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We are presenting an interactive work space that allows us to mingle with others that are researching or are passionate about genealogy, history, or their family tree. In researching our own family tree, we quickly learned that there is a lot of information that can be found on the internet, some good and accurate, some not. Therefore, we thought to integrate our passion for history and ancestry with another, web development and the internet.

Our features will enable interaction with others, while keeping your personal information private. For some, you may wish will to link to your personal Facebook or Twitter accounts and participate on this site while sharing on those at the same time. All of these choices are left up to you as an individual. Please review our Privacy Policy which is found on the bottom right hand corner of each page. You can personalize your experience even more once you CREATE AN ACCOUNT . Rest assured, having an account does not permit any of your personal information to be shared, and we keep all records private. We will NEVER willingly share your information with any other entity. We don't send emails to members, but there is an integrated option that will allow you to sign up for some type of notification. To understand other features of the site, please visit our FEATURES page.

Additional aspects of our site include the various ARTICLES, BLOGS, FORUMS, and additional content pages. Our ARTICLES will focus on aspects of research and "How To" information that will hopefully help you build your own success. The BLOG section is more of a journey describing various aspects of our efforts. I hope you will find them interesting. Please browse around to see what we offer and consider joining our collaboration space. We will be happy to help you with your family research if we have the knowledge and ability to do so. We also encourage you to share your information and help others via the FORUMS.

Well, I hope you find something interesting. If you are not ready to join today, come back in the future and see how we are doing. Happy researching!


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National Archives And Records Administration

District of Columbia 02 Mar 2014
Address: 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20408-0001   Home: http://www.archives.gov/   Research: http://www.archives.gov/research/   About: The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the nation's record keeper. Of all documents and materials created in th...
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Vermont, Rootsweb

Vermont 01 Mar 2014
http://www.rootsweb....vhgix/index.htm
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Ecclisiastical Records of the State of New York

New York 03 Aug 2014
Seems there are 6 volumes.  I have not been able to get the right digital version so I must keep looking.
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Florida Genealogical Society

Florida 29 Sep 2014
Address: P.O. Box 18624 Tampa, FL 33679-8624   Website: http://fgstampa.org/   About: The Florida Genealogical Society is the oldest genealogical society in Florida, founded in 1958.
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Ancestry.com

America 29 Dec 2013
Enough said really.   We are members and enjoy using the site.  There are so many digital resources they provide and many more relationships they seem to develop with other up and coming sites.
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Maine State Archives

Maine 17 Aug 2014
A selection of online resources from the Secretary of State.   http://www.maine.gov/online/archives/   .. and a specific area of the website for genealogical researchers.   http://www.maine.gov...rch/geneal.html
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Articles

2 Months Later

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I guess it is really hard to describe what we are trying to do. 1. We both really enjoy performing our own family research and finding those long lost facts somewhere. I have had a great time tracing family through Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin and New York as my family came from Denmark, Sweden, Ge...
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About Us

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We are Interested in history and researching ancestral lines. Our primary focus has been upon the eastern United States and European heritage.
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