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Remembering Halvor Moorshead
Edward Zapletal looks back at the life of the man who brought us Family Chronicle and so much more

Planning a Family History Research Trip to Ireland?
Joe Grandinetti offers some advice for making the pilgrimage to the ancestral Irish homeland

“The Cause of Death Was …”
George G. Morgan sheds light on four possible places where you might find information relating to your ancestor’s death

Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference 2014 Preview
Sandra Crowley invites us to join the FGS for Gone to Texas!

Herbert Hilton: Lost and Found
Jackie Feldman finds a picture of a young man in a policeman’s uniform and sets out to prove his place in her family history

Getting the Dirt on the Family Farm
David A. Norris looks at how soil maps can help in your genealogical research

Correcting Long-Accepted Research In the Internet Age
John Laird looks at the challenge of correcting misinformation in online
family trees

Eliminating The Boundaries of Time And Place
Marianne Perry looks at the various ways you can still connect with your ancestor through genealogical research after they are gone

Beyond the Book: Calendars and Planners
In part three of her series, Janice Nickerson looks at innovative ways to share your family history

Researching the Age of a Family History Treasure
George Matheson uses carbon dating techniques to research the age of the home in Guernsey where his grandfather was born

So Much in a Name!
Diane L. Richard reviews Lloyd de Witt Bockstruck’s The Name IS the Game: Onomatology and the Genealogist

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