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Finding the Ladies in Your Family Part II

Last month I began a discussion on finding the ladies in you family. This month I will continue the discussion with a look at...

Female Lines

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg Any of you who have been researching for more than a year know how difficult it can be to trace the female...

Chautauqua County Alms House

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg Some of you may know the Alms House by other names: County Poor House, County Home or maybe the Dewittville Poor House....

City Directories

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg Census records track your family every ten years, but City Directories track them every year allowing you to track your family more...

The Broadhead

Article Contributed by Joan V. Cusimano Lindquist The Broadhead name holds a place of prominence in Jamestown’s manufacturing history. In 1843 William Broadhead came to Jamestown...

Census Records

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg Census records are one of the most basic resources for doing genealogical research. As most of you are aware, the Federal Census...

Board of Supervisor Records

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg This month I am continuing my quest to point out some of the more obscure records available at the Hall House Library....

Newsletters

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg How many of you have used Newsletters from various Historical and Genealogical Societies for research? These are a bit more labor intensive...

Adoption

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg A little over 2 years ago my DNA presented me with a second cousin who was adopted. He and I have been...

The Printed Word

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg  A large percentage of genealogical research done today is done via the Internet. This makes sense as there are several large web...

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Smart Ways to Embrace Retirement

Retirement is on the horizon for a significant number of people. Around 10,000 people retire each day in the United States, according to a...
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