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  • Wiki article on nobility and how that factors into people's Matai names Naming Conventions in Samoa -- Wikipedia section of Fa'amatai (the chiefly system
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • research instructions for each county. Click on the arrows next to County Name or County Code to order the list alphabetically. The map below shows county
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • laws governing the naming of babies and changes of names. An Icelandic Naming Committee (Mannanafnanefnd) maintains a list of names accepted and rejected
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • day for births; name of principal and parents; occupation and religious preference of parents; name of informant for births and names of witnesses for
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  • British Naming Conventions (category England Personal Names)
    the usual British naming convention was as follows: • The first son was named after the paternal grandfather • The second son was named after the maternal
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  • England Names, Personal (category England Personal Names) (section Given Names)
    or two given names. Some were named after parents or other relatives. (see also British Naming Conventions) For a book describing given names, see: Withycombe
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  • Dutchman named Jacob Roggeveen (1659-1729). The first European explorer was Louis-Antone de Bougainville (1729-1811) from France, and he named the islands
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  • are often several places with the same name. You may want to use a Gazetteer to help you. The spelling and even names of some towns may have changed since
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • Wikipedia handle that? Naming conventions, such as the word 'County.' In other countries, many towns are attached to a single name. How do we deal with that
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  • page? ' 4. Place-naming conventions (Michael) There are more system constraints than realized. See the "Help Talk:Naming conventions" page for a list of
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  • implementing Disambiguation links and pages: How to name a town within an article title? Place naming conventions: Including country in title of article regarding
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  • Naming new articles is an important part of helping our users locate genealogical research guidance. Please also read about naming conventions. Naming
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  • mainly of people from Iceland and an understanding of Scandanavian naming conventions is helpful in researching your ancestors. The Catholic records from
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  • rather than create another page. After reviewing the article on naming conventions, type the name of the article you want to create in the box below. Do not
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  • “ferch” as the patronymic naming convention for females. Ap and ab are used in male patronymics. If the father’s given name starts with a vowel, “ab” is
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  • ancestral surnames. See Abbreviations Lists for Personal Names (English) See British Naming Conventions for more information. _____________________________
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  • Authorities and the Family History Library Catalog (Subject Search). Naming conventions can also be helpful in creating titles and categories. To create a
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  • Topics Conditions of Use Manual of Style Naming Conventions 3. Sign in to FamilySearch Wiki. Enter your user name and password in the fields in the blue
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  • link California also has cemeteries. (Renamed link) Same target, different name. The target ("piped") text must be placed first, then the text to be displayed
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  • creating new article or page names, please take the time to learn How to Name a New Article and review the Wiki Naming Conventions. Before you can copy information
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  • same as creating any new page. 1. Choose a name for the Un-Portal Page. First learn about naming conventions, and then follow the instructions for creating
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  • be part of Utah. Led by Peter Lassen and Isaac Roop, they met in "mass convention" 26 April 1856 at Roop's house. Their main purpose was to draw up land
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  • Help:Section (section Naming)
    guidelines apply for titles of sections as for naming conventions of articles (see FamilySearch Wiki:Naming conventions). The titles should be easily recognizable
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  • The second is the Family History Library Catalog (Subject Search). Naming conventions can be extremely helpful in creating a title you won't have to fix
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  • article or patrolling, check the name against naming conventions and formats on like articles. If a page is improperly named or misspelled, the only way to
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  • importance of the Genealogical Proof Standard. She has sought to establish conventions for citing genealogical sources. She has researched and published extensively
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  • create a new project, follow the naming conventions for WikiProjects to help make your project easy to find: The name of the project should begin with
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  • the society’s objectives, membership, library facilities, magazine, and conventions. The society’s national publication is: United Daughters of the Confederacy
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  • Confederate pension records. From the index, find the name of the pension recipient. If your name of interest appears in the index, contact the State Archives
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  • information about the tribe, such as (a) migration patterns, (b) marriage and naming customs, and (c) affiliations with government agencies or churches. If the
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  • 1995 reprint: FHL Collection; digital version at Ancestry ($). [Includes Conventions of 1775-1776, the Committee of Safety, 1775; public claims (list of persons
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  • movement that eventually led to the creation of Nevada. The Nataqua Territory convention said their valley was outside California and thereby implied the Sierra
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  • record keeping conventions vary somewhat by region. Surnames may be abbreviated. Also, there are many unusual forms of given names. Name of child Baptism
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  • research in England as well as the United States. Newsletters, publications, Conventions, DNA project, and a book in progress. Facebook: Ogle/Ogles Family Association
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  • American Historical Society of Germans from Russia chapters, contact info, conventions, contribute to their database, news, products, research materials, services
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  • Birthing of West Virginia eyewitness accounts of Seccession and Wheeling Conventions, many pictures of ancestors. Civil War Medals of West Virginia. Where
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  • Virginia: To Which is Added an Appendix, Containing the Journals of the Conventions in Virginia from the Commencement to the Present Time. New York: Harper
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  • and poverty. How everybody had to behave was anchored in customs and conventions. Servants had to comply to the so called “Gesindeordnung” (servants’ guidelines)
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  • wills) followed the convention until very recently, but in modern times the formulation is more likely to be married name, née maiden name (and formerly former
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  • biographies, birth dates, parents’ names, and sometimes pictures. It also provides information on associations and state conventions. Mixon, Winfield Henri. History
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  • death information; and marriage information such as a brides’ maiden name and the names of both sets of parents. Records may include other relatives who were
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  • and also of members of the House of Burgesses, and the revolutionary conventions of the Colony of Virginia. 1902. By William G. and Mary Newton Stanard
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  • surname Ames or Eames and their descendants. DNA project, research help, conventions, and membership benefits. Anderson Facebook Group:Anderson Family Photo
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  • 1815. Records include name, rank, state and type of service, and usually give state and date of birth and death, spouse, and the name of the child through
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  • baptism, or death; and marriage information, such as the bride’s maiden name and the names of both sets of parents. Records may include other relatives who were
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  • "Members of the House of Burgesses of Lancaster County, Including Members of Conventions of 1773-1776," Northern Neck of Virginia Historical Magazine, Vol. 12
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  • Abbreviations Found in Genealogy Records (category Names Personal) (section Names)
    find in genealogy records. Main article: Abbreviations Lists for Personal Names (English) Jno or Johes = John Hy = Henry Wm = William =Willus xpher  or Xpoferus=
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  • the first Women's Rights Convention. Abolitionist and Quaker women of Seneca County met together and called for the convention. Five women organized the
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  • government signed a convention recognizing Swazi independence despite the Scramble for Africa that was taking place at the time 1894 - A convention placed Swaziland
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  • History Centers 6 Websites 7 References The county was named for Richard Ellis, president of the convention that produced the Texas Declaration of Independence
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  • Virginia Virginia Military Records Virginia in the Revolutionary War "The Convention ... passed an ordinance July 17, 1775, for raising two regiments of regulars
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  • 000 names. Each entry includes groom, bride, marriage date, county, and state. Every name is indexed so you can search for one name, or two names that
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  • sites. Since it was to be a web of genealogy sites it would be named "US GenWeb." The name had to be changed to USGenWeb because US GenWeb was a copyright
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  • christening, or birth; marriage information and maiden names; and death date. Records may include names of other relatives who were witnesses or members of
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  • indexes give no indication if they are a partial index or complete. If the name you are researching does not appear in an index, re-check the index at a
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  • captures and used as a base for the French forces. 22 August 1808, in the Convention of Cintra, the town was returned to the Portuguese. As an active republican
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  • Elvas, but evacuated it in August of 1808 after the conclusion of the Convention of Sintra. Elvas has 7 civil parishes. The population of Elvas is roughly
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  • birth and baptism; name of child; names of parents, sponsors (godparents), and the name of priest. Marriage: date of marriage; name of persons being married
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  • christening, or birth; marriage information and maiden names; and death date. Records may include names of other relatives who were witnesses or members of
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  • 1868, Japan was ruled by successive feudal military shōguns who ruled in the name of the Emperor. Japan entered into a long period of isolation in the early
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  • included in the Australian Constitution (1901) was rejected by a drafting convention and reference is made only to "subjects of the Queen" colloquially known
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  • Baptisms – name, birth date, place and date of baptism, parents names. Marriages – names of bride and groom, date and place of marriage. Burials – names of deceased
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  • soldier's name, county, pension #, unit or widow. United States Pension Bureau, List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883: Giving the Name of Each Pensioner
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  • ships bombarded Stonington for three days. In late 1814, the Hartford Convention met at the Old State House to draft anti-war resolutions. Pearson, Thomas
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  • what jurisdiction your ancestor was a part. In April 1860, an unofficial convention held in Tucson declared the southern portion of New Mexico Territory as
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  • first settlers 1793 - Île de la Réunion was the name given to the island by a decree of the Convention Nationale (the elected revolutionary constituent
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  • tribes left little in the way of influence, the name of one of these tribes, the Helvetii, has become a by-name of Switzerland. By the 2nd century BC, Germanic
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  • for each family, including husband’s name, wife’s maiden name, the names of each spouse’s parents, children’s names, dates of birth for each individual
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  • children’s names, name of father and mother, brothers’ and sisters’ names, remarks, and signature. Early books sometimes contained the name of the former
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  • their identity. Statements from local church records showing the blessing, naming, or christening of the child in their family faith may also be used to support
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  • contain the names of my ancestors. Ulamila: The only information I got was directly from my maternal grandmother's mouth. All I got are names of who is related
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  • the National Convention in 1946, reflecting efforts in self-determination among European nationalities that followed WWII. The Convention, made up of representatives
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  • Genealogy Place-name search for these and other records in the Family History Library Catalog (For instructions see FHL Catalog Place-name Search). 1820-2006
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  • the Protestant denominations. It often mentions the minister’s name as well as the names of his parents and spouse. It is well indexed. Copeley, William
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  • christening, or birth; marriage information and maiden names; and death date. Records may include names of other relatives who were witnesses or members of
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  • April 1808 from Onondaga County. The county is named after Pierre Van Cortlandt, president of the convention at Kingston that wrote the first New York State
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  • country). Information about a family may be found in a history under the married name of a daughter or sister. Relatives or clues are often found by studying the
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  • County Colored Convention 1865—Over the course of 20 years, aided nearly 1,000 enslaved people to freedom 1867—Delegate to Ohio Colored Convention 1870—27th
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  • before saving to make sure the : turns into an indent.) The Discussion Conventions template can be added to the top of talk pages to help keep order on Talk
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  • periodicals •Y10 Church periodicals •Y20 Reports of church organizations and conventions •Y30 Reports and publications of other institutions and societies •Y40
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  • corner of St. Landry Parish. The new parish was named Calcasieu in honor of the region's principal river. The name Calcasieu (pronounced Cal-ca-shoo) comes from
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  • from Rowan. It was named in honor of William Richardson Davie, a distinguished Revolutionary soldier, a member of the Federal Convention of 1787, governor
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  • Genealogy Place-name search for these and other records in the FamilySearch Catalog (For instructions see, FamilySearch Catalog Place-name Search). Fayetteville
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  • county name honors the maiden name of George Henshaw's mother. Henshaw, a Madill native, served in the 1906 Oklahoma Constitutional Convention. Marshall
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  • Websites 6 Research Guides 7 References Named for Albert H. Ellis, a vice president of the 1906 Constitutional Convention, Ellis County lies in the state's western
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  • Oklahoma. The county was named for John Charles Major, a county resident and representative to the state's 1906 Constitutional Convention. Major County Courthouse
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  • southeastern quarter of Oklahoma. Named for William H. "Alfalfa Bill" Murray, president of the 1906 Constitutional Convention. Murray County Courthouse 10th&
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  • is located in the Central portion of the Commonwealth of Virginia and was named after a suburb of London, England. For additional records, see Henrico County
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  • events in the State of New York stopped. A meeting of the National Medical Convention in Philadelphia held in 1847 changed all that when a resolution was passed
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  • County. 1983. Officials "Delegates to the North Carolina Constitutional Conventions--1788, 1789," Journal of the Genealogical Society of Rowan County, North
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  • Putnam County are kept, see the Putnam County Courthouse page. The county is named after Revolutionary War Major General Israel Putnam (1718-1790). 1825--Putnam
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  • sketches of the lives and careers of the members of the constitutional conventions of 1846 and 1847-8. With a history of early settlement in Wisconsin Tenney
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  • colony of French Upper Volta was established on 1 March 1919. The colony was named for its location on the upper courses of the Volta River. The Republic of
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  • and Discontinuity in Puritan Naming: Massachusetts, 1771" in William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Ser., 51 [1994]: 67-91. Naming practices. Digital version at
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  • full name of both parents now appears, including the mother’s maiden name, address, birthplace (hospital), date and baby’s name. The baby’s name may not
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  • spouse if married, names of parents, maiden name of mother, name of informant, if deceased was single, married, windowed or divorced, occupation of deceased
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  • Websites 9 Anderson County Tennessee Genealogy References The County was named for Joseph Anderson (1757-1847), who was at that time U.S. senator from Tennessee
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  • Museums 4 Societies 5 Websites 6 Research Guides 7 References The County was named for John Eager Howard. The County is located in the north-central area of
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  • are governed by local congregations and often organized into separate conventions or associations, such as the Baptist World Alliance and the Baptist Union
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  • maiden names for all females. You will not be able to trace your grand mother's ancestry with her married name. If you know only her first name, you might
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  • Tuscarawas counties 31 January 1810. County Seat: Coshocton The county was named from the Delaware Indian (Lenape) language meaning "union of waters" or "black
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  • soldier's name, county, pension #, unit or widow. United States Pension Bureau, List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883: Giving the Name of Each Pensioner
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  • soldier's name, county, pension #, unit or widow. United States Pension Bureau, List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883: Giving the Name of Each Pensioner
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  • soldier's name, county, pension #, unit or widow. United States Pension Bureau, List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883: Giving the Name of Each Pensioner
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  • the years, some of the names may have been lost and some of the facts have may have been changed. 3. Ask how you got your name. How did the Purcell family
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  • states would have to hold constitutional conventions to pass new state constitutions. A constitutional convention could only be called by popular vote. On
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  • As of 2015, it is spoken by about 278,000 people. The name Gola is a possible source for the name of the Gullah, a people of African origin living on the
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  • may be abbreviated as described above, there may be other date conventions that you could find in the newspaper. One of the more prevalent ones is the use
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  • for information should be addressed to the individual church. To find the name and address of a church, use the church locator feature on each denomination's
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  • It is also part of the Guild of One-Name Studies for the Carpenter (Carpentier & Charpentier) Registered One Name Study. Carter Website: The John and Hannah
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  • of Paris in 1763 was parish renamed "'Saint Patrick'" using their convention of naming administrative divisions after the local pastoral church. In the
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  • Oklahoma. The county was named for W. C. Hughes, an Oklahoma City lawyer and member of the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention. Hughes County Courthouse
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  • Clark County are kept, see the Clark County Courthouse page. Clark County is named for George Rogers Clark who was a Colonel of the Virginia militia and established
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  • soldier's name, county, pension #, unit or widow. United States Pension Bureau, List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883: Giving the Name of Each Pensioner
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  • The data fields in the index include last name, first name, year, month, and day of death, newspaper name, location of the source newspaper, an abbreviated
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  • Carolina and was named for James Iredell, North Carolina attorney general during the Revolution and delegate to the U.S. Constitutional Convention who was later
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  • of the Anglican Convention. The Protestant Episcopal Church was known by that name until 1967, when a general convention changed the name to Episcopal Church
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  • Baptism dates; children’s names; parents’ residence and names (sometimes mother's maiden name is given); witnesses’ and godparents’ names, and sometimes their
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  • England Given Name Meanings (National Institute) (category England Personal Names)
    definite conventions expected to be used, not just random picking of names the parents happened to like. In England and Wales a family usually named sons after
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  • Have each missionary read and discuss a each section through Discussion Conventions. Examples of User talk page and the parts of those pages. Show a User
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  • (1795-1960) 4 References The Portuguese claimed the islands of South Africa in name only in the late 15th century, never sending settlers to the area. The largest
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  • of the surname you are going to use. There are three standard conventions: standardized name for all the family the spelling most often used by (or for)
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  • Genealogist, Vol. 39, No. 3 (Jul.-Sep. 1995):236. Name Search at Genealogical.com is a comprehensive name index to 638 books and CDs published or reprinted
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  • also the name used in the minutes of the Davidson County court which commenced in the fall of 1783. Although Nashborough was the formal name given to the
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  • Louis Juchereau de St. Denis as part of French Louisiana, the community was named after the Natchitoches Indian tribe. The City of Natchitoches was first incorporated
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  • own black Baptist convention; in 1886 a majority of the members of these conventions joined together as the National Baptist Convention. In 1891, Charles
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  • First Names A large group of surnames has been derived from first names (of men, less often of women). As an example, we can mention the common names Jančo
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  • County are kept, see the Saline County Courthouse page. Saline County is named for the Saline River which flows through the county. The river produced numerous
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  • Alabama Section 1: Be it ordained by the people of the State of Alabama in convention assembled, That all marriages between freedmen and freedwomen, whether
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  • constitution and the name "The American Legion. Congress granted the American Legion a national charter in September 1919. The first national convention of the American
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  • military, excluding officers. They include the names of the soldiers and their birth date, birthplace, parents' names, place of residence, religion, marital status
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  • Strickland. He was, in fact, the bride’s father, but in the conventions of the time, could not be named so in the wedding document because Alice was born out
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  • commissioned officer. A first name, often from the Bible, used to identify an individual. Also called Christian name or given name. The first legal document
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  • of the history of POWs, the influence of the Red Cross and the Geneva Conventions, and the records that are available for British POWs in British Prisoners
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  • request to the proper office. Send the following: Full name and the sex of the person sought. Names of the parents, if known. Approximate date and place
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  • where they are. Knowing the name of the missionary can be a great help as often the records are catalogued including his name. These printed annuals are
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  • Louisiana. 1702: Queen Anne's War (War of the Spanish Succession) begins; The name "Queen Anne's War" is used only in the United States. It is called the War
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  • Complete List of the Dead, the Names of the Doctors and Nurses Employed, Names of All Who Contributed Money or Means, and the Names and History of the Howards
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  • downtown Lakeland in 1882 and platted the land for the town in 1884. Among the names considered (and rejected) for the town by its residents were Munnville, Red
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  • Pacific Railroad and guard and picket Jefferson City during session of State Convention. They mustered out July 21, 1861. Men often enlisted in a company recruited
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  • Records 4 Reading the Records 4.1 Search Strategies The Bay Islands, "this name was applied to the islands of Roatan, Guanaja, Barbareta, Helena, Morat,
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  • February 2008 (MST)" Context: Help:Name a new article Guidelines for nameing articles. "10. Do not start article names with "A," "The," or "An" if possible"
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  • spelling variations) to distinguish males from females either. The general conventions are: Cecil (male)/Cecile (female) Florance (male)/Florence (female) Francis(usually
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  • the province of Valentia, is conjectured by some authorities to derive its name, originally Glas-Achadh, said by them to denote in the Gaelic language, "a
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  • the same name, ... the state, province, or (sometimes) country is added." However, Chicago recommends that the state, province, or country name be abbreviated
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  • historical name of the church. If you do not find the name of the church you seek, then open the search feature in your browser to find the name you want
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  • Dawson, NM. Albuquerque Journal, May 15, 1938, page 3 “Bakers Elect, Convention Closes” Albuquerque Journal, August 7, 1954, page 6, “ 65 Former Dawson
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  • conferences. You can investigate local historical functions and other types of conventions or trade fairs where potential clients may be. Chatting with passers-by
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  • different areas of research such as German, Norwegian, and Italian, just to name a few. Ask your staff member what their specialty is! Shasta County Public
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  • construction and any significant changes or additions. They may also give you the name of the architect or contractor responsible for the building. Permits were
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  • organization superior to the elders of each local congregation. There are no conventions, annual meetings, or official publications. Congregations do cooperate
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  • where names are given in transposed order; e.g., in an index listing surnames first, one or more entries might appear with a person's given name first
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  • following: Money for the search fee, usually $10.00 Full name and the sex of the ancestor sought Names of the ancestor’s parents, if known Approximate date
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  • Reference Section of the Arthur Johnson Memorial Library in Raton, New Mexico Names mentioned in the newspaper have been listed alphabetically. Non residents
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  • joint meeting, Literary Society and Dramatic Club, 03 November 1921; indian names, Campfire Girls meeting, 03 November 1921; senior class report and photo
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  • remember that many names on the certificates are nearly illegible, and that prior to our technological age modern spelling conventions were not strictly
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  • moved to Canada at an early period (before the War of 1812). Baptist conventions in Atlantic Canada, and Ontario and Québec acted as umbrella organizations
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  • said, or have quick reference to a dictionary to clarify things. Certain conventions were used in the BMD columns of newspapers, to save space. In referring
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  • information: Money for the search fee, usually $10.00 Full name and the sex of the ancestor sought Names of the ancestor’s parents, if known Approximate date
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  • state constitutional convention. The Returns of Qualified Voters are available on film at the Family History Library include name, time if residence in
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  • history of first names. Use the search box, or by ethnic group. You can also learn about Name Days and use the fun tools like the Name Translator or the
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  • Lawrence Hence Posey, of Scots-Irish ancestry, and Nancy (Phillips) Posey (Creek name Pohas Harjo), who was Muscogee Creek and a member of the Harjo family.[3][4]
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  • form: The two family names are given with the groom’s name always first. The place is given, the date, the clergyman’s name and the names of the participants
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  • the cross examination of Henry Lutterloh on film. To the modern Briton the name immediately conjures up a desire for a re-instatement of this occupation
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  • including: FamilyName Given Name Date of Birth Place of Birth (City and District) Residence In Poland (City and District) Father's and Mother's Names Father's
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  • Methodist Church in a meeting at Surrey County, Virginia, and began using the name “Christian” and no other. Even before the turn of the century, preachers
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  • the Treasury Papers in The National Archives (T1/119). There are lists of names in Walter Allen Knittle, Early eighteenth century Palatine emigration (Philadelphia
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  • where names are given in transposed order; e.g., in an index listing surnames first, one or more entries might appear with a person's given name first
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  • volunteers to do the tasks spelled out Name your project: Following these conventions will help your project be found: The name of the project should begin with
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  • each year in conjunction with the Federation of Genealogical Societies’ convention has become a highly successful and much-anticipated event. The Association
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  • highlight a transition from one image collection to another. By general convention greens are used for births (Nati), yellows for marriages (Matrimoni),
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  • records may give birth and death dates, age at death, name of spouse, names of children, and maiden names. Birth places usually are not mentioned. Tombstones
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  • 6051296 2 Approved place names in Virginia : an index to Virginia names approved by the United States Board on Geographic Names through 1969 Topping, Mary
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  • full name of both parents now appears, including the mother’s maiden name, address, birthplace (hospital), date and baby’s name. The baby’s name may not
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  • be transcluded (embedded) inside other pages. Templates follow a convention that the name is prefixed with "Template:", assigning it to that namespace. Therefore
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  • highlight a transition from one image collection to another. By general convention greens are used for births (Nati), yellows for marriages (Matrimoni),
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  • Bond, Mary E., Canadian Directories, 1790-1987: A Bibliography and Place-Name Index, 3 volumes (Ottawa: National Library of Canada, 1989). Burrows, Sandra
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  • Education Convention Chief Quartermaster & Disbursing Officer 1256963 664 Press Copies of Letters Sent. Oct. 1865-May 1869 9 vols. (Nos. 62-70) Name indexes
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  • Correspondence 1476174 2445 Name and Subject Indexes to Part. (No. 7) of Series 2664. 2 vols. (Nos. 8 and 9) No. 8 is a name index and No. 9 is a subject
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  • be transcluded (embedded) inside other pages. Templates follow a convention that the name is prefixed with "Template:", assigning it to that namespace. Therefore
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  • soldier's name, county, pension #, unit or widow. United States Pension Bureau, List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883: Giving the Name of Each Pensioner
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