Category Archive: Genea Resources

Feb 14

Happy Valentine’s Day

Valentine 2015

Dec 22

Merry Christmas


Jul 30

The Master Genealogist (TMG) to be Discontinued

The Wholly Genes Newsletter, published yesterday, 29 July 2014, carried the announcement for those of us who have loved and used The Master Genealogist over the years. “TMG to be Discontinued” As a dedicated user for about twenty years, I’m saddened. I’d jumped on board following the demise of the Ultimate Genealogist (preceded by Roots I, …

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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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Apr 30

Looking Forward to FGS 2014, San Antonio (August 27-30)


It won’t be long before we are greeting our genealogical family in San Antonio when we congregate for the 2014 FGS annual conference. It can’t get any better than that! This year the conference theme is “Gone to Texas” and will take place the 27th through the 30th of August in San Antonio. What might …

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Jun 15

Longer Hours for the Georgia Archives

Good News about the Georgia Archives may be found at As of July 1st the Archives will be increasing hours and adding staff!

Nov 14

Educational Opportunities: Building a Personal Library


It is likely that a novice or beginning family historian will need a little guidance in order to begin their new adventure climbing their family tree. It is the duty, in my humble opinion, of the novice to become educated so that their work will meet current standards. There are many educational opportunities available and …

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Mar 09

Gibbs Gardens

Gibbs Gardens

For over a year we’ve anticipated the grand opening of Gibbs Gardens here in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains. It was well worth the wait! The gardens began over 30 year ago when Jim Gibbs dreamed of developing a “world-class public garden” on his 300-acre private estate off of Yellow Creek Road in …

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Feb 03

2012 FGS Conference Registration is Open


For Immediate Release January 16, 2012 Indians, Squatters, Settlers and Soldiers in the “Old Southwest” A Conference for the Nation’s Genealogists January 16, 2012 – Austin, TX. Registration for the 2012 Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference, scheduled for August 29 – September 1, 2012, in beautiful Birmingham, Alabama, is now open. This year’s conference theme is …

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