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The Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn now has a website titled Locate a Loved One, that has a searchable database of interments. Cemeteries covered in the database are St. John (Middle Village), St. Charles / Resurrection (Farmingdale), Mount St. Mary (Flushing) and … Continue reading
The long-awaited day for Irish genealogists has finally arrived. The National Library of Ireland’s collection of Catholic parish registers are now available online. You can view them at http://registers.nli.ie.
Join us on Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. when Dorothy Doherty, National Archives Program Specialist, will discuss the records which can assist you in your genealogical research that are often missed or overlooked. This program is free and … Continue reading
Someone recently sent me the following information: Mocavo, a FindMyPast company, announced that they have made US Federal Census images free for everyone. They also provide a search engine for all the years from 1790 to1940. To view the website click … Continue reading
Join us on Wednesday, May 13 at 7:00 p.m. for a lecture on German Surnames. This program will provide some insight into the meaning and cultural significance of German names, including the context of genealogical research. This program is free … Continue reading
The National Library of Ireland has announced that the online collection of Catholic parish registers will be freely available on July 8th. To read the announcement click on the following link www.nli.ie/en/list/latest-news.aspx?article=2345487b-12cb-4de2-91dc-f43bed57a577
National DNA Day is April 25 (but being celebrated on Friday, April 24). I admit that my technical knowledge of DNA is very limited, so I’ll leave the scientific discussions to those more qualified. Instead I will tell you a … Continue reading
If you are researching a Lutheran family in America, you might be interested in checking out the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, Records, 1875-1940, added last week to Ancestry.com. The collection consists of an index and images of baptisms, marriages, … Continue reading
Join us this Tuesday, April 7 at 7:00 p.m. for a genealogy program about deeds. This program is free and open to all.
I learned from Laura DeGrazia, who spoke at our library last week, that Familysearch.org has recently added indexes to New York City vital records. You probably already know that for quite some time indexes to New York vital records are … Continue reading