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Just popping in to say that Ancestry have given free access to war medal cards till 31st December 2014 - British Forces only I believe but it may help someone...




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Confederate POW Graves at
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery

Prisoners From Other States and Unknown







The following is a compilation of names of Confederate soldiers, citizens of the Confederacy, and other pro-southern political prisoners that are buried at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, having died under the inhumane conditions in the Federal prisons in St. Louis, Missouri. Soldiers are organized by the State their regiment represented. The location of the grave is designated by the initials "JBNC" followed by grave number. See the associated note for those prisoners who are listed without a grave number. Information on POWs thanks to the efforts of Sterling Price Camp member, Capt. Doug Harding.

The soldiers are listed below by State in alphabetical order, except those from MISSOURI, Civilian, or other named unknowns.

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lots of different & not often thought of places to look for that elusive ancestor.

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Somebody posted this website on Facebook:

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Old Medical Terminology

Ablepsy - Blindness
Ague - Malarial Fever
American plague - Yellow fever
Anasarca - Generalized massive edema
Aphonia - Laryngitis
Aphtha - The infant disease "thrush"
Apoplexy - Paralysis due to stroke
Asphycsia/Asphicsia - Cyanotic and lack of oxygen
Atrophy - Wasting away or diminishing in size.

Bad Blood - Syphilis
Bilious fever - Typhoid, malaria, hepatitis or elevated temperature and bile emesis
Biliousness - Jaundice associated with liver disease
Black plague or death - Bubonic plague
Black fever - Acute infection with high temperature and dark red skin lesions and high mortality rate
Black pox - Black Small pox
Black vomit - Vomiting old black blood due to ulcers or yellow fever
Blackwater fever - Dark urine associated with high temperature
Bladder in throat - Diphtheria (Seen on death certificates)
Blood poisoning - Bacterial infection; septicemia
Bloody flux - Bloody stools
Bloody sweat - Sweating sickness
Bone shave - Sciatica
Brain fever - Meningitis
Breakbone - Dengue fever
Bright's disease - Chronic inflammatory disease of kidneys
Bronze John - Yellow fever
Bule - Boil, tumor or swelling

Cachexy - Malnutrition
Cacogastric - Upset stomach
Cacospysy - Irregular pulse
Caduceus - Subject to falling sickness or epilepsy
Camp fever - Typhus; aka Camp diarrhea
Canine madness - Rabies, hydrophobia
Canker - Ulceration of mouth or lips or herpes simplex
Catalepsy - Seizures / trances
Catarrhal - Nose and throat discharge from cold or allergy
Cerebritis - Inflammation of cerebrum or lead poisoning
Chilblain - Swelling of extremities caused by exposure to cold
Child bed fever - Infection following birth of a child
Chin cough - Whooping cough
Chlorosis - Iron deficiency anemia
Cholera - Acute severe contagious diarrhea with intestinal lining sloughing
Cholera morbus - Characterized by nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps,elevated temperature, etc. Could be appendicitis
Cholecystitus - Inflammation of the gall bladder
Cholelithiasis - Gall stones
Chorea - Disease characterized by convulsions, contortions and dancing
Cold plague - Ague which is characterized by chills
Colic - An abdominal pain and cramping
Congestive chills - Malaria
Consumption - Tuberculosis
Congestion - Any collection of fluid in an organ, like the lungs
Congestive chills - Malaria with diarrhea
Congestive fever - Malaria
Corruption - Infection
Coryza - A cold
Costiveness - Constipation
Cramp colic - Appendicitis
Crop sickness - Overextended stomach
Croup - Laryngitis, diphtheria, or strep throat
Cyanosis - Dark skin color from lack of oxygen in blood
Cynanche - Diseases of throat
Cystitis - Inflammation of the bladder

Day fever - Fever lasting one day; sweating sickness
Debility - Lack of movement or staying in bed
Decrepitude - Feebleness due to old age
Delirium tremens - Hallucinations due to alcoholism
Dengue - Infectious fever endemic to East Africa
Dentition - Cutting of teeth
Deplumation - Tumor of the eyelids which causes hair loss
Diary fever - A fever that lasts one day
Diptheria - Contagious disease of the throat
Distemper - Usually animal disease with malaise, discharge from nose and throat, anorexia
Dock fever - Yellow fever
Dropsy - Edema (swelling), often caused by kidney or heart disease
Dropsy of the Brain - Encephalitis
Dry Bellyache - Lead poisoning
Dyscrasy - An abnormal body condition
Dysentery - Inflammation of colon with frequent passage of mucous and blood
Dysorexy - Reduced appetite
Dyspepsia - Indigestion and heartburn. Heart attack symptoms
Dysury - Difficulty in urination

Eclampsy - Symptoms of epilepsy, convulsions during labor
Ecstasy - A form of catalepsy characterized by loss of reason
Edema - Nephrosis; swelling of tissues
Edema of lungs - Congestive heart failure, a form of dropsy
Eel thing - Erysipelas
Elephantiasis - A form of leprosy
Encephalitis - Swelling of brain; aka sleeping sickness
Enteric fever - Typhoid fever
Enterocolitis - Inflammation of the intestines
Enteritis - Inflations of the bowels
Epitaxis - Nose bleed
Erysipelas - Contagious skin disease, due to Streptococci with vesicular and bulbous lesions
Extravasted blood - Rupture of a blood vessel

Falling sickness - Epilepsy
Fatty Liver - Cirrhosis of liver
Fits - Sudden attack or seizure of muscle activity
Flux - An excessive flow or discharge of fluid like hemorrhage or diarrhea
Flux of humour - Circulation
French pox - Syphilis

Gathering - A collection of pus
Glandular fever - Mononucleosis
Great pox - Syphilis
Green fever / sickness - Anemia
Grippe/grip - Influenza like symptoms
Grocer's itch - Skin disease caused by mites in sugar or flour

Heart sickness - Condition caused by loss of salt from body
Heat stroke - Body temperature elevates because of surrounding environment temperature and body does not perspire to reduce temperature. Coma and death result if not reversed
Hectical complaint - Recurrent fever
Hematemesis - Vomiting blood
Hematuria - Bloody urine
Hemiplegy - Paralysis of one side of body
Hip gout - Osteomylitis
Horrors - Delirium tremens
Hydrocephalus - Enlarged head, water on the brain
Hydropericardium - Heart dropsy
Hydrophobia - Rabies
Hydrothroax - Dropsy in chest
Hypertrophic - Enlargement of organ, like the heart

Impetigo - Contagious skin disease characterized by pustules
Inanition - Physical condition resulting from lack of food
Infantile paralysis - Polio
Intestinal colic - Abdominal pain due to improper diet

Jail fever - Typhus
Jaundice - Condition caused by blockage of intestines

King's evil - Tuberculosis of neck and lymph glands

Kruchhusten - Whooping cough

Lagrippe - Influenza
Lockjaw - Tetanus or infectious disease affecting the muscles of the neck and jaw. Untreated, it is fatal in 8 days
Long sickness - Tuberculosis
Lues disease - Syphilis
Lues venera - Venereal disease
Lumbago - Back pain
Lung fever - Pneumonia
Lung sickness - Tuberculosis
Lying in - Time of delivery of infant

Malignant sore throat - Diphtheria
Mania - Insanity
Marasmus - Progressive wasting away of body, like malnutrition
Membranous Croup - Diphtheria
Meningitis - Inflations of brain or spinal cord
Metritis - Inflammation of uterus or purulent vaginal discharge
Miasma - Poisonous vapors thought to infect the air
Milk fever - Disease from drinking contaminated milk, like undulant fever or brucellosis
Milk leg - Post partum thrombophlebitis
Milk sickness - Disease from milk of cattle which had eaten poisonous weeds
Mormal - Gangrene
Morphew - Scurvy blisters on the body
Mortification - Gangrene of necrotic tissue
Myelitis - Inflammation of the spine
Myocarditis - Inflammation of heart muscles

Necrosis - Mortification of bones or tissue
Nephrosis - Kidney degeneration
Nepritis - Inflammation of kidneys
Nervous prostration - Extreme exhaustion from inability to control physical and mental activities
Neuralgia - Described as discomfort, such as "Headache" was neuralgia in head
Nostalgia - Homesickness

Palsy - Paralysis or uncontrolled movement of controlled muscles. It was listed as "Cause of death"
Paroxysm - Convulsion
Pemphigus - Skin disease of watery blisters
Pericarditis - Inflammation of heart
Peripneumonia - Inflammation of lungs
Peritonotis - Inflammation of abdominal area
Petechial Fever - Fever characterized by skin spotting
Puerperal exhaustion - Death due to child birth
Phthiriasis - Lice infestation
Phthisis - Chronic wasting away or a name for tuberculosis
Plague - An acute febrile highly infectious disease with a high fatality rate
Pleurisy - Any pain in the chest area with each breath
Podagra - Gout
Poliomyelitis - PolioPotter's asthma - Fibroid pthisis
Pott's disease - Tuberculosis of spine
Puerperal exhaustion - Death due to childbirth
Puerperal fever - Elevated temperature after giving birth to an infant
Puking fever - Milk sickness
Putrid fever - Diphtheria.

Quinsy - Tonsillitis.

Remitting fever - Malaria
Rheumatism - Any disorder associated with pain in joints
Rickets - Disease of skeletal system
Rose cold - Hay fever or nasal symptoms of an allergy
Rotanny fever - (Child's disease) ???
Rubeola - German measles

Sanguineous crust - Scab
Scarlatina - Scarlet fever
Scarlet fever - A disease characterized by red rash
Scarlet rash - Roseola
Sciatica - Rheumatism in the hips
Scirrhus - Cancerous tumors
Scotomy - Dizziness, nausea and dimness of sight
Scrivener's palsy - Writer's cramp
Screws - Rheumatism
Scrofula - Tuberculosis of neck lymph glands. Progresses slowly with abscesses and pistulas develop. Young person's disease
Scrumpox - Skin disease, impetigo
Scurvy - Lack of vitamin C. Symptoms of weakness, spongy gums and hemorrhages under skin
Septicemia - Blood poisoning
Shakes - Delirium tremens
Shaking - Chills, ague
Shingles - Viral disease with skin blisters
Ship fever - Typhus
Siriasis - Inflammation of the brain due to sun exposure
Sloes - Milk sickness
Small pox - Contagious disease with fever and blisters
Softening of brain - Result of stroke or hemorrhage in the brain, with an end result of the tissue softening in that area
Sore throat distemper - Diphtheria or quinsy
Spanish influenza - Epidemic influenza
Spasms - Sudden involuntary contraction of muscle or group of muscles,like a convulsion
Spina bifida - Deformity of spine
Spotted fever - Either typhus or meningitis
Sprue - Tropical disease characterized by intestinal disorders and sore throat
St. Anthony's fire - Also erysipelas, but named so because of affected skin areas are bright red in appearance
St. Vitas dance - Ceaseless occurrence of rapid complex jerking movements performed involuntary
Stomatitis - Inflammation of the mouth
Stranger's fever - Yellow fever
Strangery - Rupture
Sudor anglicus - Sweating sickness
Summer complaint - Diarrhea, usually in infants caused by spoiled milk
Sunstroke - Uncontrolled elevation of body temperature due to environment heat. Lack of sodium in the body is a predisposing cause
Swamp sickness - Could be malaria, typhoid or encephalitis
Sweating sickness - Infectious and fatal disease common to UK in 15th century

Tetanus - Infectious fever characterized by high fever, headache and dizziness
Thrombosis - Blood clot inside blood vessel
Thrush - Childhood disease characterized by spots on mouth, lips and throat
Tick fever - Rocky mountain spotted fever
Toxemia of pregnancy - Eclampsia
Trench mouth - Painful ulcers found along gum line, Caused by poor nutrition and poor hygiene
Tussis convulsiva - Whooping cough
Typhus - Infectious fever characterized high fever, headache, and dizziness

Variola - Smallpox
Venesection - Bleeding
Viper's dance - St. Vitus Dance

Water on brain - Enlarged head
White swelling - Tuberculosis of the bone
Winter fever - Pneumonia
Womb fever - Infection of the uterus.
Worm fit - Convulsions associated with teething, worms, elevated temperature or diarrhea

Yellowjacket - Yellow fever.

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GENEALOGICAL & HISTORICAL GROUPS/PAGES ON FACEBOOK (in English)

This site is arranged by order of location. The first list is US sites arranged first by state & then by location in that state. The entire list is 110 pages long.

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Top 100 genealogy websites for 2014

Some of these are pay sites but many are free. Can't hurt to check them out.


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www.castlegarden.org/

CastleGarden.org is an educational project of The Battery Conservancy. This free site offers access to an extraordinary database of information on 11 million immigrants from 1820 through 1892, the year Ellis Island opened. More than 100 million Americans can trace their ancestors to this early immigration period.

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https://www.findarecord.com/

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www.mundia.com is a free global genealogy research site sponsored by Ancestry

Edited by: STLOUISWOMAN at: 3/24/2014 (23:06)
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Top Ten Free Genealogy Websites

1 - Family Search www.familysearch.org
2 - Find a Grave www.findagrave.com
3 - World GenWeb Project www.worldgenweb.org
4 - US GenWeb Project www.usgenweb.com
5 - National Archives www.nationalarchives.gov
6 - Genealogy Today www.genealogytoday.com
7 - Google www.google.com
8 - Access Genealogy www.accessgenealogy.com
9 - Family Tree Searcher www.familytreesearcher.com
10 - GeneaBios www.geneabios.com




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The census forms say VA and that includes their parents, etc. On the OTHER side of the family I went back far enough to get a ship record for an ancestor named Patrick Risbon from County Meath, Ireland born 1814 . His name was spelled three different ways!

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SEDONACAT, on the census forms, where do they say they were born? Some of the early ones even asked where their parents were born.

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I just joined this grp after starting my genealogy quests last wk. I always heard my great-grandparents were from Ireland. My grandpa & his siblings & my mom both were redheads and looked very Irish. However, I'm just not finding it on Ancestry.com. Do you think that sometimes they kept that heritage secret do to prejudices when filling out census forms?

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Some of you have asked about free family tree software & other resources. One place you might consider is Legacy Family Tree. They have both free & paid memberships. For your free membership you can build your family tree & access other resources as well. One of the resources that I like & recommend checking out is their free Genealogy Webinars. You have to join that area of Legacy, but there is no charge. If you aren't available at the time of the webinars, you can access them at a later time.

This week I signed up for 2 of them - (1) Using Court Records to tell the Story of our Ancestors' Lives (2) Ancestry Trees Can Jump Start Your Research.

Just thought I'd pass the information along in case you're interested.

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We also have not been able to trace our Irish ancestors.


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Mary Beth, I totally understand your Ireland problem. My father's mother came here from Ireland as a young woman. His father was born in Canada on his parent's way here from Ireland.

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I have been searching my family since '95 where I started at the family history center at the Latter Day Saints church. I was able to find a "book" written at the turn of the 20th century with many names. I then connected my family back to the family in VT in the early 1800's and instantly went back to the mid 1600's in Boston. It was so neat to do it so quickly. I have talked to and meet many long lost cousins over the years. Alaskan, that was quite an extensive list you gave everyone. I have used some of those over the years. Ancestry.com is a real good site and they offer free searches on occasion for different things. As for my record keeping, I use Legacy and like it very much.
It has been a few years since I have done much searching but hope to get back to it real soon. My father's side is pretty much complete other than updating new family members. However, my mother's side I gave up on a long time ago. Both sets of her grandparents came from Ireland and they have very common last names. Any ideas for Ireland searching that doesnt cost anything? Thanks and happy searching to all.
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I have used findagrave in the past. Thanks for the reminder.

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The St. Louis county libraries have great resources. If you get a chance, visit the Genealogy Dept. at the St. Louis Main Library downtown. It's amazing!

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I love findagrave. It feeds the both the sleuth and the helper in me. When I get tired of researching the roadblocks in my own tree I work on taking photos for others in the cemetery local to me.

I'm in St. Louis and my favorite free sites are currently:

Find A Grave
www.findagrave.com

Missouri Death Certificates (Images from 1910-1962)
http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources
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Family Search
www.familysearch.org

St. Louis County Library Genealogy Databases (you need a library card but it's all free)
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this week (April 17 - 21 ) www.ancestry.com/ is allowing free marriage look-ups
I'm using this time to add the links to my free family tree I have on that site.

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There are a lot of local histories on line that can be read for free. I have identified some of my ancestors and the towns they settled in and have used local histories to cross check my facts as well as learn new things!

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There are a lot of town history books on line that can be read for free. I have identified several of my ancestral families and the NE towns they settled in. These local histories are a great source of info and often give details about a person or family that cannot be found in a census or on a grave marker. Check it out!

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I just finished re-reading all the messages.

Some new ideas for me are to look at Cyndi's list again for updates.

.wikitree.com

Geni.com

KMVBBAM- gave info on ship list

Genealogyarchives.com (death)

Mytrees.com

I did know about findagrave and the historical socirety sites.
Minnesota has a good site and I have gotten a lot of information from them.

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Was looking for some Alabama civil war records and ran across this site.
I forgot states might have historical records sites that are on-line and free.
www.archives.alabama.gov/searchcoll.
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A friend sent me this site to help with common nick-names that might be confusing when searching for ancestors.
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Was looking for a decent family group sheet to use, and came across this website.

http://misbach.org/pdfcharts

The neat thing, besides being 100% FREE, is that we can fill it in and save it as completed...as well as print it! I had gone looking for a printable blank form to take with me when out researching, but this is SO much better! And the other charts are great too!

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It's not a genealogy site, but I have inherited some family papers that are in French and am finding that google translate a great help in deciphering those papers.

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Hi,
That is a great way to help others save some money, as well as you. As I don't have a car, that would not work for me, but there are lots of cemeteries here in the city of Hot Springs, AR.

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I discovered a new site and pictures of the graves of several family members there. findagrave.com It is amazing that people will photograph and record information about the graves of people who are not even related. There is also a way to request the picture of a grave from someone who lives near the cemetery and to help others out by responding to requests for cemeteries near you.

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Alaskan, what a great list! I wasn't aware of all these places to research.

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"Yesterday, I put a message in ancestry.com about an obit my in-laws had kept, no relation I can find. I got one response and he wanted a date, place, etc. This was a different obituary because the notice had information and names of the honorary pallbearers, active pallbearers, soloist, organists and the ministers names. He was buried next to his wife, again no name or date. I did get two Lutheran churches, one ?? and the other in Milton, N.D..
This was different to me.
Leona"
I put this in another message before seeing the info about Norwegian site, I think I will send it to the man, Jim, who contacted me about the man who died. He sent me a message yesterday and thinks it may be his realtive. I will send him the original obit from the paper also.
Irma- my husband waters and I know the problem. He has a neurological disease and the exercise is good for him even he is really tired when he finishes.Have to beat the sun and heat.


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Good morning,
I have not had time to do anything of Genealogy. Between my garden things needing to be watered in the morning, before the sun gets to them & some other things besides it beening so very hot.
I am glad for the ones who are able to work on their Genealogy & found out things, they had not known.

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HI LADIES
HOW ARE YOU ALL DOING ON THE SITES I LISTED BELOW? MY SON FOUND OUT FROM HIS AUNT THAT SOME OF THEIR ANCESTORS RODE ON THE MAYFLOWER. THAT IS WHAT SURPRISED ME WHEN HE TOLD ME. AND SO HE WAS WORKING ON HIS TO HELP ME. MY OTHER SON FOUND OUT THAT HIS GREAT GRANDPA WAS IN THE WORLD WAR 1 AND 2. ALONG WITH HIS GREAT UNCLES ( GREAT GRANDPA'S BROTHERS).


WORKING ON YOUR FAMILY GETS MORE AND MORE INTERESTING AS YOU GET MORE INFORMATION. I JUST LIKE I HAD FOUND OUT THAT MY GRANDMA(ON DAD'S SIDE) WAS FROM HAMBURG, GERMANY AND MY GRANDPA WAS FROM STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN FROM MY DAD BEFORE HE PASSED AWAY IN 1/2000.

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I was reading on a team someone needed a Norwegian site. I made a note of it. Thanks for the info.
Leona

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DIGITALARKIVET - is a free website for Norwegian genealogy. Lots of parish records!!

Was trying to remember some Norwegian, but the basics are:

Dopt - baptised
Fodt - born
Dod - died

Other than that, I can only count to 10...LOL

Beyond that I would suggest using 'babble fish' for translations.

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and here is another one: Austria seems to be quite advance when it comes to online research.
The diocese Vorarlberg put it's church records online for research: www.vla.findbuch.net

I am just hoping that "my" areas are getting online in my lifetime, too ;)

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Is anyone of you searching in Bavaria or Austria, the diocese Passau to be exact? It is incredible but they put ALL their church records for baptisms, marriages and deaths online for FREE. I just found them in the myheritage.com blog. Too bad I am not looking in the south of Germany.. ;)
www.matricula-online.eu that's the link and they have an english version of the website, too.

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www.findmypast.co.uk

This is a British website where I found Army records for my Irish ancestors. You can see the listing, without paying. But if you want access or a copy of the original document, then you need to pay (which was about 4.38 per record - depending on current days exchange rate).

Since I have other ancestors from England - I opted to get a one year subscription to the website. At $70 is was still cheaper than purchasing records "as you go".

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Here is another site for emigration...
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Thanks! Just checked out this website....unfortunately my ancestors arrived during their "gap" in immigration....1806 to 1823. Drat!!

Was researching the 'Battle of Waterloo', as my ancestor & his brothers were part of the 37th Foot Soldiers (part of Wellington's Army). However, I can't find where the 37th was even part of that battle. This is all so frustrating! lol

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Found a site last night with emigration list for Irish ancestry.
freespace.virgin.net/alan.tupman/sit
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One of my favorite (go to) places, from your list, includes: Cyndi's List

While I do have a paid subscription to Ancestry and am able to obtain many resources through their website, I have used a couple of your resources....have obtained a few hits off the newspaper website, just this week.



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LADIES,

ANYONE USING THE SITES I POSTED ? HOPE THEY ARE USEFUL AND THAT YOU ARE FINDING YOUR RELATIVES OR INFORMATION YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR. IT'S LIKE A BIG MAP OR PUZZLE PUTTING IT TOGETHER. I REMEMBER WHEN MY SONS WERE IN SCHOOL, THEY HAD TO FIND SOME SITES TO LOOK UP THEIR FAMILIES. AND THEY ENJOYED LOOKING THEM UP. IT'S FUN AND NEVER ENDS, B/C YOU FIND SOMETHING EVERY TIME YOU GO TO ANOTHER SITE. ONE OF MY SONS FOUND OUT THAT HIS GREAT GRANDPA RODE ON THE MAYFLOWER AND MY OTHER SON FOUND OUT THAT HIS GREAT GRANDPA WAS N THE WORLD WAR 1 AND 2. SO ENJOY AND HAVE FUN

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ALASKAN, that is quite an impressive list. You certainly have no need to apologize to me for taking so long to post the sites. We really appreciate your contribution & I had no idea you were going to give us so much to work with. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!

I've been doing genealogy for about 30-35 years now & I've got to say that - for me - digging in old paper records was a difficult thing to give up. I'm still not up to par on all the computerized information that's out there, but I'm trying.

There's so much available via computer, but I really miss digging through the old records even if it was a lot slower because I'd get sidetracked reading about people that I found interesting even if they were'nt connected to my research.

Oh well. Times they do change.

ALASKAN, thanks again for all the information you gave us. And thanks to all the rest of you who have contributed information to make our lives a little easier & our search a little more productive.

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THANK YOU LADIES. I WANT TO POST THEM SOONER, BUT I HAVE BEEN VERY BUSY LOOKING THEM UP. HOPE THAT THEY WILL BE USEFUL TO YOU ALL. I HAVE BEEN USING THEM TO LOOK UP MY FAMILY AND BOTH OF MY SON'S SIDES OF THEIR FAMILIES. I HAVE GOTTEN THEM INVOLVED LOOKING UP THEIRS TOO.

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Wow....that's quite an impressive list! Thank you for taking the time and sharing with the team!!!!

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Thank you very much. They look very useful.

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Thank you. There are really a lot of them.

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HELLO MEMBERS

I HOPE ALL THESE SITE WILL WORK FOR YOU. YOU CAN CLICK ON THE LINK AND IT SHOULD TAKE YOU THERE. IF YOU WANT TO COPY THEM, THAT 'S FINE TOO. HOPE YOU WILL FIND THESE SITES USEFUL IN YOUR RESEARCH AND HAVE FUN. IT TOOK ME ALONG TIME TO FIND THESE FOR YOU.

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Sandy & Genealogists

There may be some that are repeats that had been posted on the page that other members have posted. Just letting you know ahead of time. I will try to be more active in this team if I get caught up on my others. Thank you for letting me post them.



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hello Members,

1st - I need to apology to Sandy. I'm so sorry it's taking long for me to post these I have been busy with so many different things. Don't know if I'm coming or going. I have been trying to be active with my team.

But here are some sites that I have been looking at and hope you will like using them. I have been working on my family tree forever, but I like finding out about my family and both of my sons.

www.ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-
b


www.cyndilist.com/finding.html

www.zabasearch.com/peoplefinder.com

www.archiver/roorweb.com/th/readkyR

www.ancestorhunt.com

www.usgeneweb

www.gendex.com

www.ellisislandrecords.com

www.hometown.aol.com

www.review100.com

www.mama.com

www.genealogy.com

www.myrootsplace.com

www.family/search.org

www.genereunited.com

www.Reunion.com

www.legacy-tree.com

www.creativememories.com

www.familytreemagazine.com

www.newspaperarchive.com

www.OneGreatFamily.com

www.Kindredconnections.com

www.dnaancestryproject.com

www.accessgenealogy.com

www.usgenweb.com

www.archives.gov

www.castlegarden.org

www.Genebare.com

www.smartdraw.com
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www.geneolinks.com/states

www.progenealogists.com/free

www.genelogy/a/free/sites/4html

www.lewisgenealogy.com/relate/htm

www.ssdi.genealogy.root

www.sweb.com/cgi-b

www.sweb.com/cgi-b

www.FreeGenealogyArchives.com

Sorry for taking the page, but I wanted to share these with all members. Enjoy and happy searching for your families. Copy and paste these links. If you want to, you may go to my blogs if you need to. I would like your opinions on these sites.
HAVE FUN WITH THE SITES.......


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Thanks to everyone for sharing their resources. Genealogists are truly some of the most generous people in the world.

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GenealogyWise is a free social website for genealogists. It has many different groups covering countries, occupations, surnames etc. Also, for those with Australasian links the national libraries of Australia and New Zealand have free on-line access to newspaper archives at trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper and paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/pa
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I'll have to visit some of these sites, have been stuck for a while and took a break.

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