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March 3, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Preserving Your Family Memories (Scrapbooking) presented by Cheryl Winter

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


March 14, 2015 - Chicago, IL

Genealogy and Local History Orientation

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The Newberry
60 W. Walton
Chicago, IL. 60610

9:30 am
Stop at the first floor information desk for meeting location.

The Genealogy and Local History staff will introduce visitors to the Newberry and explain how to use its collections at an informal orientation. Aimed at researchers new to the library and/or new to genealogical research, this session will last approximately an hour, followed by a short tour of the library. Afterwards, you are welcome to begin your research in the General Reading Room where a reference librarian will be available to provide suggestions and assistance. Reservations not required. Free.

http://www.newberry.org


March 14, 2015 - Naperville, IL

DuPage County Genealogical Society - 40th Annual Conference

NIU Conference Center, 1120 E Diehl Rd, Naperville, IL
9:00 am to 4:00 pm (registration opens at 7:30 am)

A full day conference with great speakers & topics, your favorite Exhibitors, hot buffet lunch, and an opportunity to network with other researchers. Space is limited to 250 registrants. Speakers: Stephen P. Morse, Thomas MacEntee, Marsha Peterson-Maass, Katherine R. Willson. Topics: Methodology – Organizing – Resources – Brick Walls - Search Tools – Research plans – Frugal habits - Self-publishing – Advanced tools – DNA & Genetic genealogy - Adding to your will – and more. For Details and
Registration Information: visit www.dcgs.org, select Events/2015 Conference


March 19, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Evernote for Genealogy (Webinar) presented by Thomas MacEntee

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


MARCH 26, 2015 - 7:30 p.m. -Geneva, IL

CSI: CEMETERY SEARCH AND INVESTIGATION
Speaker: Tina Beaird
Cemeteries are more than just a final resting place—they hold more information than meets the eye. Tina Beaird will share strategies on utilizing this valuable resource
Hosted by: Kane County Genealogical Society, located at 113 S. Third St. Geneva
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilkcgs


April 4, 2015 - Chicago, IL

Genealogy and Local History Orientation

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The Newberry
60 W. Walton
Chicago, IL. 60610

9:30 am
Stop at the first floor information desk for meeting location.

The Genealogy and Local History staff will introduce visitors to the Newberry and explain how to use its collections at an informal orientation. Aimed at researchers new to the library and/or new to genealogical research, this session will last approximately an hour, followed by a short tour of the library. Afterwards, you are welcome to begin your research in the General Reading Room where a reference librarian will be available to provide suggestions and assistance. Reservations not required. Free.

http://www.newberry.org


April 4, 2015 - Chicago, IL

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"Finding Your Roots in a Chicago Building" with Lesley Martin of the Chicago History Museum - Saturday, April 4, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. central

Chicago Genealogical Society (meeting at The Newberry Library, 60 W. Walton Street, Chicago, IL)

Chicago History Museum's Leslie Martin, will be on hand to share her presentation about house histories and finding architectural and other information about Chicago buildings and houses as well as answer any questions you may have about the collection at the CHM. The Chicago History Museum holds many resources for researching the history of Chicago building, whether you want to know something about your condo in a former shoe factory, a bungalow on the west side, or a downtown commercial building.

This program is free and visitors are welcome … we look forward to seeing you there! Program details: http://www.chicagogenealogy.org/event.html Pinterest poster https://www.pinterest.com/pin/451204456392927260/

Stay in touch with the Chicago Genealogical Society
Website: http://www.ChicagoGenealogy.orgBlog: http://chicagogenealogicalsociety.blogspot.com/Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChicagoGenealogicalSocietyTwitter: @ChicagoGenSoc Hashtag—> #ChicagoGenSoc … CGS FamilySearch Wiki Page: https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Chicago_Genealogical_SocietyYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ChicagoGenSocPinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ChicagoGenSoc/Mail: P. O. Box 1160, Chicago, IL 60690-1160 … Email: gro.ygolaeneGogacihC|ofni#gro.ygolaeneGogacihC|ofni


April 7, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Preserving Your Ancestors' Legacy: Writing Their Story presented by Mike Karsen

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


April 16, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Family Search presented by Sandra Trapp

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
www.elginroots.com


APRIL 30, 2015
GENEALOGY CASE STUDY: FROM A BEGINNER’S PERSPECTIVE
Speaker: Sara Taylor
Learning how to draw conclusions and research concepts is one of the most challenging aspects of family history research. Sara Taylor will walk through a case study and share with the audience various points to consider
Hosted by: Kane County Genealogical Society, located at 113 S. Third St. Geneva
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilkcgs


May 2, 2015 - Chicago, IL

Genealogy and Local History Orientation

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The Newberry
60 W. Walton
Chicago, IL. 60610

9:30 am
Stop at the first floor information desk for meeting location.

The Genealogy and Local History staff will introduce visitors to the Newberry and explain how to use its collections at an informal orientation. Aimed at researchers new to the library and/or new to genealogical research, this session will last approximately an hour, followed by a short tour of the library. Afterwards, you are welcome to begin your research in the General Reading Room where a reference librarian will be available to provide suggestions and assistance. Reservations not required. Free.

http://www.newberry.org


May 2, 2015 - Chicago, IL

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"Grant Park: The Evolution on Chicago's Front Yard" with Dr. Dennis H. Cremin, Professor of History/Director of the Lewis University History Center - Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. central

Chicago Genealogical Society (meeting at The Newberry Library, 60 W. Walton Street, Chicago, IL)

In 1836, only three years after Chicago was founded, Chicagoans set aside the first narrow shoreline as public ground and declared it "forever open, clear and free…" Chicago historian and author Dennis H. Cremin reveals that despite such intent, the transformation of Grant Park to the spectacular park it is more than 175 years later was a gradual process. Throughout the book, Dr. Cremin (Professor of History/Director of the Lewis University History Center) shows that while Grant Park's landscape and uses have changed, the public ground continues to serve as a "calling card to visitors."

This program is free and visitors are welcome … we look forward to seeing you there! Program details: http://www.chicagogenealogy.org/event.html Pinterest poster: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/451204456392928218

Stay in touch with the Chicago Genealogical Society
Website: http://www.ChicagoGenealogy.orgBlog: http://chicagogenealogicalsociety.blogspot.com/Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChicagoGenealogicalSocietyTwitter: @ChicagoGenSoc Hashtag—> #ChicagoGenSoc … CGS FamilySearch Wiki Page: https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Chicago_Genealogical_SocietyYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ChicagoGenSocPinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ChicagoGenSoc/Mail: P. O. Box 1160, Chicago, IL 60690-1160 … Email: gro.ygolaeneGogacihC|ofni#gro.ygolaeneGogacihC|ofni


May 5, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Victorian Mourning Customs: Lifting the Veil off Morbid Genealogical Treasures presented by Debra Dudek

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


May 21, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Family Trees presented by Sandra Trapp

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


MAY 28, 2015 - 7:30 p.m.- Geneva, IL
FINDING YOUR GENEALOGY INFORMATION VIA SECRET SOCIETIES
Speaker: Robert Allen
Entertainment and social activity is not a concept that belongs solely to the 20th century. Come learn about the various organizations that exist and how their records can contribute to your research
Hosted by: Kane County Genealogical Society, located at 113 S. Third St. Geneva
www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilkcgs


28 May through 1 June 2015 - Galesburg, Illinois

From 28 May through 1 June 2015 the first Carl Sandburg Institute of Genealogy will be held at Carl Sandburg College in Galesburg, Illinois. Four tracks of study over 4.5 days are scheduled. Nationally-known genealogical-research experts will present the following tracks:

*Refining Internet and Digital Skills for Genealogy (coordinator Cyndi Ingle of CyndisList)
*Advanced Methodology and Analysis (coordinator Michael John Neill of Genealogy Tip of the Day), The Advancing Genealogist: Research Standards, Tools, and Records (coordinator Debbie Mieszala, CGSM),
*Germanic Research Sources and Methods (coordinator Teresa McMillin, CGSM).

Getting to Galesburg is easy. Galesburg is:
*located on Interstate 74,
*one hour from Moline or Peoria airports,
*two hours from Springfield, and
*has four daily Amtrak trains from Chicago (and direct routes from many locations including Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, and Salt Lake City).

Registration opens in September and will be announced on the website (http://www.sandburggenealogy.com) and on social media, including the CSIG Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/sandburggenealogy).

Email Michael John Neill at ude.grubdnas|llienm#ude.grubdnas|llienm to be added to mailing list for announcements.

Hotel and meal plan information is forthcoming.

Carl Sandburg College is located in the heart of the Midwest and has received national accolades for its innovative use of technology and state of the art instructional facilities. CG or Certified Genealogist is a service mark of the Board for Certification of Genealogists.


June 2, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Using Secret Society Information for Genealogy presented by Bob Allen

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


June 6, 2015 - Chicago, IL

Genealogy and Local History Orientation

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The Newberry
60 W. Walton
Chicago, IL. 60610

9:30 am
Stop at the first floor information desk for meeting location.

The Genealogy and Local History staff will introduce visitors to the Newberry and explain how to use its collections at an informal orientation. Aimed at researchers new to the library and/or new to genealogical research, this session will last approximately an hour, followed by a short tour of the library. Afterwards, you are welcome to begin your research in the General Reading Room where a reference librarian will be available to provide suggestions and assistance. Reservations not required. Free.

http://www.newberry.org


June 6, 2015 - Chicago, IL

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"CSI Meets Genealogy" with Gerry Schmidt, President of Life Scene Investigations, Chicago - Saturday, June 6, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. central

Chicago Genealogical Society (meeting at The Newberry Library, 60 W. Walton Street, Chicago, IL)

Upon retiring from the San Francisco Police Department in late 2009, Gerry consulted on several projects involving automated identification technologies including Rapid DNA analysis. In addition, as a latent fingerprint examiner, Gerry prepared hundreds of unidentified crime scene fingerprints for search and comparison using the FBI's Universal Latent Workstation. Gerry currently devotes more and more of his time conducting genealogical research on behalf of family, friends and local clients. He will compare a CSI crime scene with limited space where you need to find every possible clue with genealogical research which often starts with a vast area from which to collect clues.

This program is free and visitors are welcome … we look forward to seeing you there! Program details: http://www.chicagogenealogy.org/event.html Pinterest poster: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/451204456393017148/

Stay in touch with the Chicago Genealogical Society
Website: http://www.ChicagoGenealogy.orgBlog: http://chicagogenealogicalsociety.blogspot.com/Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChicagoGenealogicalSocietyTwitter: @ChicagoGenSoc Hashtag—> #ChicagoGenSoc … CGS FamilySearch Wiki Page: https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Chicago_Genealogical_SocietyYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ChicagoGenSocPinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ChicagoGenSoc/Mail: P. O. Box 1160, Chicago, IL 60690-1160 … Email: gro.ygolaeneGogacihC|ofni#gro.ygolaeneGogacihC|ofni


June 18, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Clues from the Midwest presented by Debra Mieszala

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


JUNE 18, 2015 - 7:30 p.m. -Geneva, IL

ONLINE GENEALOGY FOR THE ABSOLUTE BEGINNER
Speaker: Lisa Alzo
Learn how to begin and build a family tree, what information is and isn’t online, what tools are available for recording and organizing information and sources, how to put it all together, and much more!
This session is a webinar.
Hosted by: Kane County Genealogical Society, located at 113 S. Third St. Geneva
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilkcgs


July 7, 2015 - Elgin, IL

EGS Writers' Group tells their stories

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


July 11, 2015 - Chicago, IL

Genealogy and Local History Orientation

flickr:14018871027

The Newberry
60 W. Walton
Chicago, IL. 60610

9:30 am
Stop at the first floor information desk for meeting location.

The Genealogy and Local History staff will introduce visitors to the Newberry and explain how to use its collections at an informal orientation. Aimed at researchers new to the library and/or new to genealogical research, this session will last approximately an hour, followed by a short tour of the library. Afterwards, you are welcome to begin your research in the General Reading Room where a reference librarian will be available to provide suggestions and assistance. Reservations not required. Free.

http://www.newberry.org


July 16, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Researching at the Appomattox Court House presented by Dr. Daniel Hubbard

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


JULY 23, 2015 - 7:30 p.m.- Geneva, IL

MAPPING IT: USING MAPS TO ILLUSTRATE GENEALOGY
Speaker: Sarah Kirby
Maps can provide insight and clues to aide genealogical research. Sarah Kirby will share tips and techniques to enhance your research.
Hosted by: Kane County Genealogical Society, located at 113 S. Third St. Geneva
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilkcgs


August 1, 2015 - Chicago, IL

Genealogy and Local History Orientation

flickr:14018871027

The Newberry
60 W. Walton
Chicago, IL. 60610

9:30 am
Stop at the first floor information desk for meeting location.

The Genealogy and Local History staff will introduce visitors to the Newberry and explain how to use its collections at an informal orientation. Aimed at researchers new to the library and/or new to genealogical research, this session will last approximately an hour, followed by a short tour of the library. Afterwards, you are welcome to begin your research in the General Reading Room where a reference librarian will be available to provide suggestions and assistance. Reservations not required. Free.

http://www.newberry.org


August 4, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Courthouse Finds presented by Tina Beaird

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


August 20, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Fold3 presented by Carol Primas Brennan

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


AUGUST 27, 2015 - 7:30 p.m. - Geneva, IL

HE TOOK HER NAME: UNDERSTANDING GERMAN FARM NAMES
Speaker: Teresa S. McMillin
While it is common for women to take the male surname, it is not always that way. Teresa will discuss common pitfalls associated with research associated with German farm names
Hosted by: Kane County Genealogical Society, located at 113 S. Third St. Geneva
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilkcgs


September 1, 2015 - Elgin, IL

When a Life Becomes Myth: History, Myth, and Family presented by Dr. Daniel Hubbard

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


September 12, 2015 - Chicago, IL

Genealogy and Local History Orientation

flickr:14018871027

The Newberry
60 W. Walton
Chicago, IL. 60610

9:30 am
Stop at the first floor information desk for meeting location.

The Genealogy and Local History staff will introduce visitors to the Newberry and explain how to use its collections at an informal orientation. Aimed at researchers new to the library and/or new to genealogical research, this session will last approximately an hour, followed by a short tour of the library. Afterwards, you are welcome to begin your research in the General Reading Room where a reference librarian will be available to provide suggestions and assistance. Reservations not required. Free.

http://www.newberry.org


September 17, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Internet Archive presented by Debra Dudek

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


SEPTEMBER 24, 2015 - 7:30 p.m. - Geneva, IL

MOBILE DEVICE APPS FOR THE FAMILY HISTORIAN
Speaker: Jane Haldeman
Technology has made genealogy more portable today than ever before. Find out about the apps that will help you enhance your research.
Hosted by: Kane County Genealogical Society, located at 113 S. Third St. Geneva
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilkcgs


October 3, 2015 - Chicago, IL

Genealogy and Local History Orientation

flickr:14018871027

The Newberry
60 W. Walton
Chicago, IL. 60610

9:30 am
Stop at the first floor information desk for meeting location.

The Genealogy and Local History staff will introduce visitors to the Newberry and explain how to use its collections at an informal orientation. Aimed at researchers new to the library and/or new to genealogical research, this session will last approximately an hour, followed by a short tour of the library. Afterwards, you are welcome to begin your research in the General Reading Room where a reference librarian will be available to provide suggestions and assistance. Reservations not required. Free.

http://www.newberry.org


October 6, 2015 - Elgin, IL

German Farm Names presented by Teresa McMillan

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


October 15, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Using Find-A-Grave presented by Bob Allen

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


OCTOBER 22, 2015 - 7:30 p.m. - Geneva, IL

WHERE DID I PUT GREAT-GRANDPA? ORGANIZING FOR GENEALOGISTS
Speaker: Caron Brennan
Getting organized is often a big task for genealogists. Caron will share methods to improve organization and help you decrease lost relatives
Hosted by: Kane County Genealogical Society, located at 113 S. Third St. Geneva
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilkcgs


November 3, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Sharing What We Learned at Conferences this year…panel discussion

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


November 7, 2015 - Chicago, IL

Genealogy and Local History Orientation

flickr:14018871027

The Newberry
60 W. Walton
Chicago, IL. 60610

9:30 am
Stop at the first floor information desk for meeting location.

The Genealogy and Local History staff will introduce visitors to the Newberry and explain how to use its collections at an informal orientation. Aimed at researchers new to the library and/or new to genealogical research, this session will last approximately an hour, followed by a short tour of the library. Afterwards, you are welcome to begin your research in the General Reading Room where a reference librarian will be available to provide suggestions and assistance. Reservations not required. Free.

http://www.newberry.org


November 19, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Recapping this Year's Research presented by members

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


December 1, 2015 - Elgin, IL

Annual Meeting and Holiday Luncheon

GBPL 270 N. Grove Elgin, IL 60123
Elgin Genealogical Society
http://www.elginroots.com


DECEMBER 3, 2015 - 7:30 p.m.- Geneva, IL

HOLIDAY SOCIAL / YEAR IN REVIEW
Hosted by: Kane County Genealogical Society, located at 113 S. Third St. Geneva
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilkcgs


December 5, 2015 - Chicago, IL

Genealogy and Local History Orientation

flickr:14018871027

The Newberry
60 W. Walton
Chicago, IL. 60610

9:30 am
Stop at the first floor information desk for meeting location.

The Genealogy and Local History staff will introduce visitors to the Newberry and explain how to use its collections at an informal orientation. Aimed at researchers new to the library and/or new to genealogical research, this session will last approximately an hour, followed by a short tour of the library. Afterwards, you are welcome to begin your research in the General Reading Room where a reference librarian will be available to provide suggestions and assistance. Reservations not required. Free.

http://www.newberry.org


+ 2015 Meeting Schedule - Northbrook, IL

North Suburban Genealogical Society

meets at 1pm on Saturdays, except where noted at

+ Northbrook Historical Society

1776 Walters Ave
Northbrook, IL
Lower Level, ramp for Handicap accessibility

Jan 10 — Laura Cosgrove Lorenzana, Who Will Look at Your Genealogical Collections?
Feb 14 — Caron Brennan Primas, Ancestry.com Primer
Mar 14 — Dr. Daniel Hubbard, Researching at the Appomattox Courthouse
Apr 11 — John Stryker, Genealogy Apps , Google Tools
May 9 — Tina Beaird, Pinning Down Your Past: Adding Social Media to Your Genealogy Repertoire
June 13 — note: meeting location change to the Glenview Public Library, Brian Kinney, Unbroken - the Story of a WWII MIA/POW Survivor
July 11 — Tom Reimer, Why We Should Write
Aug 1 — Michelle Bray Wilson, Genes for Genealogists
Sept 12 — Patricia Desmond Biallas, Cemetery Sleuthing
Oct 10 — Ginger Frere, Sound Research Practices: Source and Citations

For more information visit us at http://NSGSIL.org


December 9, 2014 through Dec. 8, 2015 - Online Webinars from the Illinois State Genealogical Society

The Illinois State Genealogical Society (ISGS) continues to offer free webinars on the second Tuesday of every month at 8 p.m. (Central). A webinar is a comparatively new term; it has been defined as "a live lecture/presentation that you can attend via a computer with an Internet connection." ISGS webinars are accompanied by handouts that have been provided by the speakers.

The sessions are recorded and ISGS members may also access those recorded sessions as well as the handouts through the Members Section of the ISGS website at http://www.ilgensoc.org/. (Past webinars are also available to members.)

The final 2014 ISGS webinar, to be held online on Dec. 9, is titled, "Heritage Quest Online — The Ins and Outs." G. Ann Staley, CG, CGI, will be the presenter. "HeritageQuest Online contains much more than just the Federal population census. If you are searching for immigration, naturalization, land grants, monetary claims, pension, public works projects, military matters, vital records, parents, etc., you should take a look at this collection."

(Many public libraries subscribe to HeritageQuest Online; anyone with a library card from that library can access this database from home.)

The ISGS webinars scheduled for 2015 are:

— Jan. 3: Using Google Earth for Genealogy.

— Feb. 3: Basic Scandinavian Research.

— Mar. 10: Finding Your Femme Fatales: Exploring the Dark Side of Female Ancestors.

— Apr. 14: Using Evernote as Your Primary Tool for Capturing Notes

and Ideas.

— May 12: Need Direction? Try City Directories!

— June 9: Understanding Our Families, Understanding Ourselves.

— July 14: Dissect Obituaries for New Clues.

— Aug. 11: School Daze — Finding and Using School Records to Trace Our Ancestors.

— Sept. 8: Using Tax Records for Genealogical Problem Solving.

— Oct. 13: Polish Genealogy — Four Steps to Successful Research.

— Nov. 10: In-laws and Outlaws: The Bylaws of Talking About The Family Skeletons.

— Dec. 8: The U.S. Federal Census: Good, Bad, and Ugly for Genealogists.



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