First Thursdays Genealogy Support Group

2020-08-18T14:19:30-04:00December 3rd, 2020|Tags: |

Family history researchers find that historical artifacts and documents become pieces of a complex and fascinating puzzle that shows you where you came from and who you are. Inevitably, experienced as well as inexperienced genealogists [...]

First Thursdays Genealogy Support Group

2020-08-18T14:12:00-04:00November 5th, 2020|Tags: |

Family history researchers find that historical artifacts and documents become pieces of a complex and fascinating puzzle that shows you where you came from and who you are. Inevitably, experienced as well as inexperienced genealogists [...]

First Thursdays Genealogy Support Group

2020-09-22T14:13:53-04:00October 1st, 2020|Tags: |

Family history researchers find that historical artifacts and documents become pieces of a complex and fascinating puzzle that shows you where you came from and who you are. Inevitably, experienced as well as inexperienced genealogists [...]

First Thursdays Genealogy Support Group

2020-08-22T13:02:02-04:00September 3rd, 2020|Tags: |

Family history researchers find that historical artifacts and documents become pieces of a complex and fascinating puzzle that shows you where you came from and who you are. Inevitably, experienced as well as inexperienced genealogists [...]

First Thursdays Genealogy Support Group

2020-01-03T16:40:18-05:00March 5th, 2020|Tags: |

Family history researchers find that historical artifacts and documents become pieces of a complex and fascinating puzzle that shows you where you came from and who you are. Inevitably, experienced as well as inexperienced genealogists [...]

First Thursdays Genealogy Support Group

2020-01-03T10:36:28-05:00February 6th, 2020|Tags: |

Family history researchers find that historical artifacts and documents become pieces of a complex and fascinating puzzle that shows you where you came from and who you are. Inevitably, experienced as well as inexperienced genealogists [...]

Founders’ Series: John Hoskins, Paper Trail vs. DNA

2020-01-17T16:25:50-05:00January 17th, 2020|Tags: , |

When John Hoskins sailed to the New World, he was a middle-aged family man. The paper trail that establishes his English background is shaky, but has recently been fleshed out using advancements in DNA technology. Hoskins’s story is of interest not only to descendants, but also to anyone whose family research might benefit from similar genetic study.

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