Category Archives: Genealogy

October 17 Meeting Program: Braggin’ Rights!

It’s that time of year again – time for “Braggin’ Rights”!  Bring an interesting tidbit of information that you’ve discovered in your research and share it with us at the meeting.  You pay $1 for the first 3 minutes that … Continue reading

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Carol Dwinnell presents “A Much Maligned Family” at the Root Seekers Genealogical Society Meeting on September 19

Was the family the maligner or the malignee? Find out what Carol Dwinnell learned about this family in her research, and much more, as she presents her program, “A Much Maligned Family” at the RSGS meeting on Monday, September 19, … Continue reading

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Carolyn Bostian Tells Root Seekers about a First Family of Henderson County, Tx, on July 18, 2016

Carolyn Bostian Tells Root Seekers about a First Family                                   of Henderson County, TX On July 18, 2016, the Root seekers met at the … Continue reading

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Ray Brown Presents “The Poor Palatines” at the RSGS Meeting on August 15

Who were the Palatines?  Where did they come from, and why did they come to America? Find out the answers to those questions and much more when Ray Brown presents his program, “The Poor Palatines”, at the Root Seekers Genealogical … Continue reading

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The first issue of the 2016 RSGS Newsletter has been posted to the Members Only section.

Congratulations to Patsy for the first issue of the Newsletter for 2016. She has done an excellent job. If you, as a member, have not received your copy, you can either send a message to Patsy or download it from … Continue reading

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Mabank Monitor Article: “2 Billion Records Available”

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The LDS Libraries, presented by Lynelle Moss

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Today we have added SteveMorris.org to our Genealogical Links

SteveMorris.org is a worthwhile site to explore with census data, passenger lists, Ellis Island data, tutorials, birth dates, and a host of other data, free.   Click here to go to our Genealogical Links page.

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The Jamestown Massacre, 1622

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Genealogical Hints Derived from Our Given Names

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