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  2. I have begun to integrate a Familty Tree Program to the website in the hope I can integrate it with the rest of the website. I have uploaded a working Gedcom and am playing arould with features. If this works I may get serious about hosting those many family trees that I have researched over the years. On the Navigation Bar, click on genealogy, once there, click on Nielson in upper left corner to get to the tree. Seems the Gedcom is searchable as well.
  3. I worked on this last fall, then took a holiday from the family tree for the winter. Now that I am looking at it again I feel I have forgotten how I created a good source in FTM 2019 and how to consistently repeat that process. Today I will restart my sourcing journey using Family Tree Maker 2019 from Mac Kiev. Once I get comfortable with the process and the outcome I will come back and type in the process I ended up using and hope it helps others with sourcing. I am a hobbiest, so you need to decide how you are going to source.
  4. I was certain I had a book about the early polish military and cavalry. Have to go searching for it.
  5. We have been focusing on the Marne area in Schleswig-Holstein. Some of the church records are available through Ancestry. Nothing much is ready at Archion. Are there any other sources you are using?
  6. still haven't found that letter from a colonel to Washington or his staff.
  7. https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/pt/RSVP.aspx?dat=MTY3Mzk0NTQ1OzswN2E1MzdmYy0wMDA2LTAwMDAtMDAwMC0wMDAwMDAwMDAwMDA7MjAyMDAzMTUwMzU5NTU7MQ==&mac=oJ/OeL8EiqLohiwgdxQAhQ==
  8. The person listed in the Palatines book, is that your relative? Johann Georg Hähn? Maybe from Rengsdorf? How are you associating him to Alpenrod?
  9. ok, I have that book, let me see what I can pull together. Based upon the link you have quite a lot of data, are you concerned about the validity or sourcing of it? If so, which pieces? I see you are looking for the baptism of George Henn as one example.
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    Online Resources History Nebraska Photograph & Artifact Collections Search Manuscript Finding Aids Government Records Finding Aids Newspaper Index Library Search Photograph Searches Research Resources & Databases Nebraska Maps https://history.nebraska.gov/ Nebraska History Museum 10:00-5:30pm Monday - Friday 1:00-5:30pm Saturday; CLOSED Sunday Phone Number (402) 471-4782 Address 131 Centennial Mall North Lincoln, Nebraska 68508 View full record
  11. I have access to Archion. If you are willing to post as much as you know about them I can try to find the records. If you prefer, message me the information. When you say the Hank Jones books, can you be specific as to which one, he made a few.
  12. Seems every year I find a need to re-evaluate my research and the website focus. I spent the better part of last year researching my Tagge line, but that has a long way to go. I am just getting through one church's marriage records and then have to consider the baptisms and deaths. Should be enlightening as I document more sources. For the website? I think it is in a good state. In time I hope to pull a bit more infomration together for the library books, but originally thought that would occur as I used them. Not sure that will get much on line though as I am researching in European records for the foreseable future.
  13. Atlantic Middle States Association of the Sons of the American Revolution August 7-8, 2020, Washington, DC We are based at the historic Cosmos Club, home to three US presidents and 150+ winners of the Award of Freedom, Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners. The Club has 52 overnight rooms at the special rate of $149, including breakfast for two and overnight parking. It is near Dupont Circle, two blocks from the Metro. Friday night dinner reception, a photo opportunity with the gavel George Washington used to dedicate the corner stone of the US Capitol. At dinner, we will have a brief presentation from former Associate Librarian of Congress Deanna Marcum, who developed the plans for protecting our precious national documents in a post 9-11 World. Following dinner, guests will be able to take docent lead tours of the Club’s home, the “Townsend Mansion.” Saturday morning, guests can tour the adjacent Phillips Collection of Art. At lunch Saturday, our speaker will be Jack Warren, exec. director of the American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati, will discuss how they encourage appreciation of the Revolution. After lunch, we will cross Massachusetts Avenue to Anderson House, home of the Society of the Cincinnati. We will have a possibly oncein-a-lifetime chance to see the most valuable items in their priceless collection of Revolutionary War artifacts. Tours of the mansion will also be available. Our Banquet will be at The City Tavern Club in Georgetown. Constructed in 1796, the City Tavern functioned as both an inn and hub of civic life during the early Federal period. George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and other Founding Fathers frequented the Tavern. Questions? Please contact conference chair Gary Nordlinger at Nordling@gwu.edu or 202-255-2434. Room reservations: FD@CosmosClub.org or 202-387-7783. Mention “SAR” and the special rate is good for Thursday through Sunday.
  14. DATE: Saturday February 15, 2020 11:00 AM LOCATION: Eagle's Nest Country Club, 12801 Stone Hill Road Phoenix, Maryland 21131
  15. Dear Compatriots and Friends, The 130th Annual Meeting of the Maryland Society of the Sons of the American Revolution will be held on Saturday, April 11, 2019 at Dutch’s Daughter Restaurant in Frederick, Maryland. The restaurant is located at 581 Himes Avenue, with ample free parking. A hot breakfast buffet with scrambled eggs, bacon, fried potatoes, French toast, biscuits, assorted pastries, fresh fruit, and coffee, juice and tea, will be available beginning at 8:00 a.m.
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    The next meeting of the John Paul Jones Chapter will be held on Saturday, March 7, 2019, from 2:00-5:00pm at Union Jack's in Annapolis.
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    Special Guest: President General NSSAR John T. Manning and his lady Sheila Includes a talk by: Dr. Glenn F. Williams Senior Historian at the U.S. Army Center for Military History Business or festive attire.
  18. Image 109, Peter Tagge and Gretie Vietsen I will work backward in time, then return to finish towards 1743
  19. Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921 Schleswig-Holstein Marne Taufen 1690-1723 Images = 418
  20. Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921 Schleswig-Holstein Marne Heiraten 1678-1743 Images 238
  21. Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921 > Schleswig-Holstein > Marne . Heiraten 1744-1800 Images = 569
  22. https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/61456/c104_00361?pid=159011469&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D61456%26h%3D159011469%26tid%3D165386708%26pid%3D422146954532%26hid%3D1009936244578%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DbQn1660%26_phstart%3Ddefault%26usePUBJs%3Dtrue%26currentPageIsStart%3D&treeid=165386708&personid=422146954532&hintid=1009936244578&usePUB=true&_phsrc=bQn1660&_phstart=default&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=c146_00023 Working this Baptism book to see what I can find. First pass will be for Tagge and those other names I can discover. Images 1-560 Processed through image 54
  23. http://brigittegastelancestry.com/occupat.htm
  24. Interesting website with some links to chronicals written about the area and also the local villages. https://www.amt-marne-nordsee.de/startseite/ View full record
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