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Find your ancestors' Great War service records, casualty records and more with the help of these top 10 websites for WWI research.
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Q. I'd like to transcribe my great-grandfather's journals for my family. He spelled phonetically, with no punctuation and little capitalization. Should I copy the journals exactly as he wrote them? How do I indicate an unknown word? Should I include copies of all the journal pages, or just portions?
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Q. I'm researching in records from Germany and Luxembourg, and I keep coming across “house names.” What are they and how do they factor into my research?
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Genealogists are singing the praises of volunteers for the National Park Service's Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System Web site with information from millions of soldier records.
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Cut out hours of research and instantly add branches to your family tree — here's how to find a shortcut to your roots in the pages of published family histories.
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Investigate the mysteries of your family history in county courthouse records across the country — without leaving home.
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These major publishers of genealogical CDs offer collections of courthouse records.
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Use these books to pinpoint where court records are for your ancestors' county.
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