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December Genealogy To-Do

I can’t believe that it is already December!  This year is going so fast!  November passed nicely, with a lovely Thanksgiving family get-together just last week, and a few genealogy tasks accomplished. For this month I have just a couple

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One World War I Veteran

This is Abe Max Scheier, MD.  He was commissioned as a first lieutenant in the Medical Reserve corps in Chicago on July 26, 1918 by the War Department.

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November Genealogy To Do

Well, although I got my “new family” chart finalized (and printed beautifully), I haven’t made a decision about a way to share all the information with the couple.  In the past, I have made a sharable CD from RootsMagic but

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August Genealogy To-Do

Well, the family reunion in July came and went, and was a great time.  There is new information and there are new pictures to integrate into the family tree.  The bonus is that I re-connected with a cousin who is

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Finding my Revolutionary War Ancestors in the DAR

I happened to read the Eastman Online Genealogy newletter yesterday morning (on the Fourth of July, in the U.S.) as I was drinking my first cup of coffee and one of the articles was about finding your Revolutionary War patriots

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