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Recently one of our researchers delved into Danish records which had no parish registers. Not having birth, marriage and death records can bring quite a challenge when searching for ancestors. – Continue Reading: http://www.pricegen.com/our-researchers-are-the-best/

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Obituary proves attorneys can be loved by ALL! – – Price & Assoc. Inc.

This obituary is one that must be shared. It is for a fairly young attorney who died from a sudden illness. In our current day, attorneys and lawyers are often the brunt of jokes regarding dishonesty and fraud, so it is heartening to read of an honest attorney who was loved by all.

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LAWSON (LAW SOME of the time) FRANKLIN EARLES PART 3 – Price & Assoc. Inc.

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And now we pick up again with the law sliding antics of Lawson. Shortly before his death in 1931, Lawson applied for a confederacy pension in Oklahoma for the Civil War military service. But, remember, Lawson was born in 1862 so he would have had to been a gun toting toddler in order to have participated in this war.

Lawson applied for this pension under the name of Richard N. Earls and was eventually approved. Richard N. Earls, the one being impersonated, was actually Lawson’s half cousin and he DID participate in the Civil War and also received a pension in Texas.

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Summary of BEST KEPT SECRETS – Price & Assoc. Inc.

This is a summary of the BEST KEPT SECRETS thread posted on Price and Associates Facebook page.
    

UNITED STATES

ALABAMA  WPA Alabama Writer’s Project includes 6,900 pages of material including ex-slave tales, life histories, short stories and folklore of Alabama life. (Digitized by Genealogical Society of Utah in 2007).  The website also has a Civil War Soldiers database, 1867 Voter Registration database and a digital archive with all name search engine.   http://www.archives.alabama.gov/searchcoll.html

ALASKA   The Alaska State Historical Library has had a Newspaper Project underway for a number of years with the object of capturing all the newspapers from 1866-1998 on microfilm.  http://www.library.state.ak.us/hist/newspaper/newspaper.html

Also see the Digital Collection available at the Sealaska Heritage Institute website http://www.sealaskaheritage.org/collection/digital%20collections.htm

ARIZONA  Arizona is one of the few states with free online access to birth and death records.  Births 1855-1936 and deaths 1844-1961.  http://genealogy.az.gov/

ARKANSAS  Genealogical “diamonds” in Arkansas.  Their website CARAT (Catalog of Arkansas Resources and Treasures) includes:

Biodex (a file which provides access to much of the state archives’ holdings including obituaries, vertical files and the small manuscript collection), Arkansas land records, Arkansas confederate pensions and home records, World War I discharge papers, and an index to County records. http://www.ark-ives.com/

CALIFORNIA  The virtual Museum of the City of San Francisco has online information regarding those who perished in the San Francisco Earthquake of April 18, 1906.  They also have records of the California Gold Rush, interment of the Japanese during World War II and more.  http://www.sfmuseum.org/

COLORADO  The Colorado State Archives has an online index of records including marriage, military, inheritance tax, penitentiary, divorce, probate records and more!  (http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives/online.htm )

CONNECTICUT  Connecticut Historical Society Unveils “New” Resources for Historians & Genealogists http://www.chron.com/business/press-releases/article/Connecticut-Historical-Society-Unveils-New-3595050.php

NORTHERN NEW YORK  This website has fully indexed historical newspapers for the counties of Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Jefferson, Lewis, Oswego and St. Lawrenve. http://news.nnyln.net/

OKLAHOMA The Indian-Pioneer Papers oral history collection spans from 1861 to 1936. It includes typescripts of interviews conducted during the 1930s by government workers with thousands of Oklahomans regarding the settlement of Oklahoma and Indian territories, as well as the condition and conduct of life there. Consisting of approximately 80,000 entries, the index to this collection may be accessed via personal name, place name, or subject.  http://digital.libraries.ou.edu/whc/pioneer/

WASHINGTON   The Washington State Digital Archives “the nation’s first archives dedicated specifically to the preservation of electronic records from both State and Local agencies that have permanent legal, fiscal or historical value.” http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov/Home

EUROPE

AUSTRIA AND PASSAU, GERMANY Online church records for Austrian and Passau,Germany at Matricula http://www.matricula-online.eu

SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND  Sheffield (England) Indexers.  Their mission is to “provide, via the internet, accurate indexed transcriptions of genealogical records for access by all, free of charge.” Projects include the 1841 Census index, parish registers, school admission registers, BMD certificates. http://www.sheffieldindexers.com/

GERMANS FROM RUSSIA  AHSGR.org  and Volgagerman.net  provide a wealth of information surrounding the villages and inhabitants of the Volga River Germans who emigrated from Russia. (www.ahsgr.org and www.volgagerman.net  )

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Professional Genealogy Blog: LIFE WITH HERMAN – How To Find Ancestral Village

For many years the Herman’s German village of origin was unknown. His father, Joseph’s military record was consistent in stating he was from Koln, Germany. A search for records of Joseph’s birth in Koln produced nothing. It appeared that saying he was from Koln was like someone saying they were from Dallas, when in actuality the town was in the general vicinity.

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Professional Genealogy Blog: LIFE WITH HERMAN – His Parents

Professional Genealogy Blog: LIFE WITH HERMAN – His ParentsHerman was born 17 June 1906 in Christopher, Franklin County, Illinois to Joseph Steinbuchel (Steinbeigle) and Elizabeth Ann Wallwork. Both parents were immigrants with Joseph arriving from Germany around 1883 as a young boy of about five, and Elizabeth “Lizzie” arriving 6 June 1887, about 9 years old, on the ship Alaska. Elizabeth came with her mother, Jane, brothers Joseph and George and sister, Victoria. Their father, Joseph Wallwork, came a month later in July. – Continue Reading Here:

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Price & Associates professional genealogy researchers have been helping people discover their heritage for more than thirty years. As one of the United States’ largest genealogical firms, we have assisted thousands of families to organize, chart, and verify their ancestral lines. Price & Associates uses the best software and genealogy resources available, and even provides access to free databases and researching aids to everyone interested in their family history.
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Professional Genealogy Researchers – We Paper the Living Room

Professional Genealogy Researchers - We Paper the Living RoomMa says to Pa. “The holidays are coming. I think we should paper the living room. I think it would be nice.”

He agrees. “Come on kids, we are going to paper the ceiling. Ray, fetch two step ladders and a board; we will use that as a scaffold. Donnie, bring the two saw horses and two boards; we will use it to cut the paper and paste it. Grandma, you mix the paste. Iris, fetch the scissors and yard stick. Ma, you hand me paper and brush when grandma gets the paste on.”

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