Here’s the table of contents for the new issue.
Researching English Criminal Ancestors
Michelle Dennis presents the evidence used to reveal the life and fate of her criminal ancestor
Written in Stone: Accessible Online
David A. Norris looks at online sources for locating gravestone inscriptions for ancestors who served
Research on the Run? Try MobileFamilyTree!
Tony Bandy reviews Synium Software’s mobile app for family research
Searching For Florida Ancestors?
Leslie Michele Derrough recommends online
resources available at the State Library and Archives
A Web of Oral History
Sue Lisk looks at online collections of oral histories and why they can be valuable to family historians
Immigrant Colonies of North Carolina
Diane L. Richard examines the period of the late 19th and early 20th century
Exploring City Directories Online in England and Wales
Ed Storey offers suggestions for researching your ancestors from across the pond
The Stories of General Stores
Sue Lisk suggests online sites that help you understand how general stores played a role in our ancestors’ lives
Deciphering Elusive Surnames
David A. Norris looks at coping with troublesome handwriting and smudged letters
Internet Genealogy looks at websites and related news that are sure to be of interest
Back Page: Perils of Deciphering Old Handwriting
Dave Obee says be flexible in interpreting the results of document translations
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