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Genealogy Transcriber--Daily · 9M ago

And Yet Another German Declares

Who signed this declaration of intention to become a citizen in the 1850s in Illinois?
Genealogy Transcriber--Daily · 9M ago

Webinar Closeout–Don’t Wait

The download service I use for the webinars only allows me so much space and I’m at the limit. I need to decide which ones to keep selling, which ones to no longer offer, and–I need a change...
Genealogy Transcriber--Daily · 9M ago

Upcoming Webinars and Classes

We still have room in our May 2016 webinars: Irfanview for Genealogists Digital Media Organization American Court Records Federal Land State Property Descriptions: Sections, Townships, Base ...
Genealogy Transcriber--Daily · 9M ago

Another German Declares

This native of Germany declared his intention to become a United States citizen in teh 1850s.
Genealogy Transcriber--Daily · 9M ago

A German Declares

This German native declared his intent in Illinois in the 1850s. What is his name?
Genealogy Transcriber--Daily · 10M ago

A German Signs

Who signed this mid-19th century declaration of intention in Illinois?
Genealogy Transcriber--Daily · 10M ago

What’s That Last Name?

What is the name of this German native who signed a declaration of intention in Illinois in 1860?
Genealogy Transcriber--Daily · 10M ago

A Dane No More

This native of Denmark signed his declaration of intention to become a United States citizen in Illinois in 1860.
Genealogy Transcriber--Daily · 10M ago

25 Brick Wall Strategies

New webinar! 25 Brick Wall Strategies Date/Time: 20 April 2016 at 7:00 pm central time If you’ve enjoyed our “Brick Wall” series, this one will revisit some of our more popular approaches al...
Genealogy Transcriber--Daily · 10M ago

An Englishman Declares

Who signed this 1850 era declaration of intention in Illinois?