Searching the Old Man’s Registration for World War II, 1942 – Ernest H. Barnes #genealogy #familyhistory
Researching without a genealogy research plan is not a good thing. You risk unfocused and incomplete research. You risk not finding your ancestors. Learn to stay off the rabbit trails by creating a genealogy research plan before you began your genealogy research.
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A few years ago, during a family reunion, I learned for the first time that my granduncle on my father's side had fought and died in World War II. The story of his demise sparked a personal interest toward my own family history. So, I did what I always do when I have something to…
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The attached article explains how to use another country’s Google search engine to find genealogy information. This is a very under-used tool. You may want to download a quick translation program/app to help you enter the correct words or phrases for your search.