Monthly Archive: June 2014

Jun 25

Findmhypast buys Mocavo


Press Release, 23 Jun 2014 Please vist for details.

Jun 25

FGS 2014 – Early Bird Registration Ends July 1, 2014

Press Release June 20, 2014. “Gone to Texas” – A Conference for the Nation’s Genealogists June 20, 2014 – Austin, TX. Discounted early-bird registration for the 2014 Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference will continue only until July 1st. Early registrants receive a $50 discount for the full four days, or a $20 discount for any …

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Jun 12

FGS 2014: Exhibit Hall Tip #2


You are planning to be in San Antonio for the 2014 FGS Conference, aren’t you! Anyone who has previously attended the annual Federation of Genealogical Societies is aware many vendors donate products for the mass drawings. Registrants generally receive a number of tickets that require name and address. To save tedious time filling in the data …

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Jun 12

Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy Registration Opens Saturday


Press Release from the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy: June 12, 2014 Registration for SLIG 2015 opens this Saturday, June 14, 2014 at 9:00 AM Mountain Time! Pick your course, so that you are ready to enroll when registration opens as there are limited seats and ​the ​ courses fill fast. The following ​tracks are …

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Jun 04

December 1958: Walpole High School


I am sometimes astonish about the bits and pieces of my past that seem to surface from time to time. This newspaper article from the Keene Evening Sentinel was just waiting to be noticed again! The image was taken when I was a senior at Wapole High School, Walpole, New Hampshire.    

Jun 01

FGS 2014: Exhibit Hall Tip #1

The exhibit hall at a conference is place for learning and sharing. Knowing that it is sometimes risky to purchase historical and genealogical books, maps, and other related products sight unseen. The conference exhibit hall is a perfect place to learn about product before you spend your hard earned money. In this post, I’m sharing …

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