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Nick Gombash's Genealogy Blog · 1M ago

Genealogy Resources at the Harold Washington Library in Chicago

The Harold Washington Library, in Chicago, Illinois, has a collection of material that co...
Nick Gombash's Genealogy Blog · 1M ago

Adas Family Medical History

Ever since my father had his stroke last February (2013), I've been increasingly curious a...
Nick Gombash's Genealogy Blog · 1M ago

Revolutionary War Land Grant of Samuel Hays - Neighbor of Andrew Jackson & Col. John Donelson

North Carolina Revolutionary War Land GrantsRoll 10: Book G-7Page 15State of North Carolin...
Nick Gombash's Genealogy Blog · 1M ago

My Genealogical Goals for 2014

With the new year quickly approaching, I decided to make a list of genealogy goals I am going to strive to achieve in the coming year. With having begun researching my family tree well over ...
Nick Gombash's Genealogy Blog · 1M ago

FamilySearch Find Of The Day: 1803 Will of Levi Long

Winton County Barnwell DistrictIn the Name of God Amen, I Levi Long of the Distrct & County aforesd. being in a low state of health tho sound of memory do constitute and order this my last will and testament, first I desire I may have a decent burial...
Nick Gombash's Genealogy Blog · 1M ago

FamilySearch Find Of The Day: The 1908 Marriage of József Majoros & Anna Tóth in Ó-Fehértó

While doing some work on my Gombash line today, I was looking at the spouses of my great-g...
Nick Gombash's Genealogy Blog · 1M ago

FamilySearch Find Of The Day: Bohemian 1717 Reichenbach-Möltzer Marriage

I've been doing more and more research into my Bohemian lines lately (they're ethnic Germa...
Nick Gombash's Genealogy Blog · 1M ago

Greene County, Tennessee Revolutionary War Land Grant: James Rodgers, 11 May 1792

North Carolina (Revolutionary War) Land GrantsRoll 12: Book 1Ancestry.com image number 148 of 330Page 284(Greene County, Tennessee)The State of North Carolina,To all whom these Presents shall come. GREETING:Know ye, that we, for and in consideration ...
Nick Gombash's Genealogy Blog · 1M ago

Surname Saturday #28: Szük

I've been interested in this family for quite some time now, mainly because of how rare and unique the surname is. I love when I'm working with a rare and uncommon surname in Hungary, it mak...
Nick Gombash's Genealogy Blog · 1M ago

Food & Genealogy: What Did Your Ancestors Eat?

On my way home from the grocery store today, I began to wonder what foods some of my ances...