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2016-09-28T11:04:40ZLearn the meaning and origin of the last name Garcia, plus find genealogy and family trees for the Garcia surname.
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2016-09-28T11:04:40ZLearn about the English, Scottish and French roots of Harry Potter author, J. K. Rowling, also known as Joanne Rowling. Surnames include Rowling, Rawlings, Hill, Westwood, Holmes, Bulgen, Warner, Card, Volant, Smith and Campbell.
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2016-09-28T11:04:40ZHandy list of abbreviations and their meanings, gathered from census forms and census taker instructions for the US, Canadian and British censuses.
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2016-09-28T11:04:40ZExplore the Illinois and Irish ancestors of Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States.
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2016-09-28T11:04:40ZAmerica's 38th president, Gerald Rudolph Ford, was actually born Leslie Lynch King, meaning that his ancestors were Kings, not Fords. Learn more about the ancestry of the former U.S. president in this genealogy and family tree of Gerald Ford.
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2016-09-28T11:04:40ZLearn how and where to obtain birth, marriage, and death certificates and records in Alberta, Canada, including the dates for which civil registration records are available in Alberta, where they are located, and links to online Alberta vital records databases.
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2016-09-28T11:04:40ZWhether you're new to genealogy, or have devoted a lifetime to it, celebrate Family History Month with your family this October by trying one (or more) of these ten wonderful ways to craft and commemorate your past.
2016-09-28T11:04:40ZLearn the meaning and origin of the last name Mills, plus find genealogy and family trees for the Mills surname.
2016-09-28T11:04:40ZLearn how to apply for Irish citizenship by descent and/or an Irish passport based on your Irish ancestry. Page 2.