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31748
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There is a family history of the William Hancock family; the Charles Harris family; the John Braxton family.
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35235
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Uprooting family mysteries can have unexpected and disappointing results, as the author illustrated in her article’s opening. What can help make the exploration easier, Gannon offered as follow up to her research journey. One was online tools, complete with an assessment for each. Another was recognizing limitations with finding particular categories of people, such as women, and limitations associated with certain types of resources, such as birth certificates.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 48 Issue 9, September 2016, p12-13
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36991
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The word keepsake may bring up images of items fragile and collectible: not for everyday use. In Castle’s case, the heirloom that has lasted the test of time weighs six pounds. The pictured heirloom, which has inspired a collection of kitchen tools, has a value beyond measure.
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35891
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Diving into her own genealogy, the author compares family tales to the archival records from the Civil War to decipher truth from tale.
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39849
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When Aung Janie moved to New York City from Greensboro, her family and friends though she would be changed forever. However, on her visits home, she seemed more refined and royal, earning her the title of “Queen” to those who knew her.