Family Chronicle – July/August 2012, edited by Edward Zapletal; Published July/August 2012 by Moorshead Magazines Ltd.; PDF (download only) edition; 56 pp; 8.5x11; Full Color; PDF downloadable eBook, Downloads are available immediately upon placing order; Item # FCJA12-PDF
This Magazine is also available in printed format.
Digital Cameras, and Your Genealogy
- Have You Got A Revolutionary War Ancestor?
- Researching Channel Islands Ancestors!
- The Extraordinary Story of Jane Enwood
- Using Multiple Sources to Overcome a Problem
- Kissin’ Cousins: Consanguineous Marriages
- Swedish Genealogy Research
- and More!
In This Issue
- Case Study: Clifford James Loney, George Matheson details how finding an old photo of a farm in the Channel Islands led him back to his roots
- Jersey To Gaspé: Expanding Trade, Arthur Lamy explores the migration of Jersey Traders to Gaspé in the 1600s
- Revolutionary War Ancestors, Craig R. Scott explains what to do when you can’t find your Revolutionary War ancestor
- Giddy Up! Horse-Drawn Transport, David A. Norris examines the most popular mode of transportation for our ancestors
- Consanguineous Marriages, Timothy R. Boyer looks at the effect of consanguineous and affinal marriages on your research
- Digital Cameras And Genealogy, Ed Zapletal offers some tips on how to best use your digital camera for your genealogy research
- The Amazing Story Of Jane Enwood, James B. Hibbard recounts his research in documenting one woman’s extraordinary story
- Using Multiple Sources, Ed Storey shows us how to use different sources to solve a problem ancestor
- Following The Wolperts, Melody Amsel-Arieli details the travels of one family from Eastern Europe to Duluth, Minnesota
- FGS Conference 2012 Preview, Thomas MacEntee previews the upcoming FGS Conference in Birmingham, Alabama
- UNESCO: Memory Of The World, Diane L. Richard looks at a unique online resource for preserving our archives
- Extending The Swedish Family Tree, How a single phone call from a stranger helped Leslie A. Huber continue her research for her elusive ancestor
- Family History Library Of LA, Amanda Epperson reviews what is available at the Family History Library of Los Angeles
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