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Monday, May 7, 2012

Researching your female ancestors


Researching your female ancestors


I have mentioned here before that researching our female ancestors has been a priority my wife and I have each had through the years we have been doing family history and genealogy research. We hope you will too!

Today, I'm doing a double-dip with this post. I wanted to be sure you saw the article: "Three Ideas for Tracing Your Female Ancestors" by Gena Philibert-Ortega, Guest Writer, at 'The In-Depth Genealogist: a digi-mag for every genealogist' because it spells out very nicely the approaches we have used successfully over the years, and I recommend it to you, if you are not already doing so.






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4 comments:

  1. HI Bill,
    I have been following the group and your stories. I just do not post comments daily. Sometimes I have more luck with females other times I am really mired in the muck. One is the MADISON ancestor I recently blogged about. Thanks for all your writing.

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  2. Thank you, Susi. I really appreciate your comments. You are a very loyal follower! ;-)

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  3. Bill,

    Thanks so much for mentioning my blog post. I really appreciate it.

    I look forward to reading your posts on IDG.

    Gena

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  4. Thank you, Gena. It was a pleasure. I like to recommend articles that are meaningful to me - and have it be in IDG was as nice bonus! ;-)

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