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« on: October 03, 2015, 08:33:12 AM »


Hello Monkey's,

I hope  Shocked I am not starting trouble  

www.Ancestry.com has added something new and that is Wills and Probate!  

If you have a ancestry.com, subscription, you can download the information, or find a library with 'in house' ancestry.com on it's computer.

  http://search.ancestry.com/search/group/us_willsprobate

  http://www.ancestry.com/will-probate-records
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« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2016, 08:56:56 AM »


U.S., School Yearbooks,   1880-2012

About U.S., School Yearbooks, 1880-2012

This is an indexed collection of middle school, junior high, high school, and college yearbooks from across the United States.

Yearbooks are one of those home sources, usually found in an attic or basement, which many people don't think of as a family history source. While yearbooks may not provide information about the vital events that are usually associated with genealogical research, they do provide other information about individuals' lives. This information helps place people in historical context as well as provides detail that helps turn individuals, sometimes only known by names and dates, into actual people. Here are some examples of how yearbooks may help you in your family history:

    -Pinpoints an individual in a particular time and place
   - Class lists usually include a photo (See what grandpa looked like as a freshman in high school)
   - Interests and hobbies (What activities, sports, and clubs did grandma participate in?)
    -Family linkage (Some yearbooks feature siblings at the same school. If not, look for other students with the same last name in other grades - they could be related.)
    -History (A history of the school or town may be included in the yearbook. General history such as world events, fads, and pop culture
               may also be found through studying a yearbook. What was "in", fashion-wise? What world events concerned and influenced students most?)

http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1265&o_xid=59133&o_lid=59133&o_sch=Social

ME : I need to go the library to use ancestry.com. I do not know if the library version of Ancestry.com, will (or will not), show the yearbook pictures?
Please keep in mind this yearbook search may not be fully loaded.  IMO
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« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2017, 06:17:11 AM »



Family History Daily

The “Secret” Codes on Death Certificates That Can Tell You How Your Ancestors Died


May 12, 2017  Comments 16

Finding death certificates for our ancestors is a critically important part of family history research. These important records contain information about when and where our ancestor lived and died and often include names of a spouse, parents, witnesses and, of course, a cause of death.

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http://familyhistorydaily.com/free-genealogy-resources/icd-codes-death-certificates-genealogy/

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The “Secret” Codes on Death Certificates That Can Tell You How Your Ancestors Died

May 12, 2017  Comments 16

Finding death certificates for our ancestors is a critically important part of family history research. These important records contain information about when and where our ancestor lived and died and often include names of a spouse, parents, witnesses and, of course, a cause of death.


http://familyhistorydaily.com/free-genealogy-resources/icd-codes-death-certificates-genealogy/

http://www.wolfbane.com/icd/index.html
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