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Research Notes 2019-10-14

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October is a busy month in our family. There’s a number of birthdays to celebrate and our family snowbirds start heading south. It’s also time for members of the St. Augustine Genealogical Society to share their family history in a number of creative ways. Saturday’s member meeting is all about your ancestors. If you haven’t requested table space to show your family history, contact Pat Tanner (sags.secretary@yahoo.com) right away.

Need some inspiration? No problem! You will find a number of creative ideas for sharing your family history at the Storytellers Studio blog on Tumblr (https://storytellers-studio.tumblr.com). FYI . . . Tumblr blogs are free and easy to use and they make it easy to share photos, stories and even videos. You can see Tumblr in action Saturday at the Faire.

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Do you have ancestors who served in World War I? If so, you might find the World War I Genealogy Research Guide quite useful. You can download the first edition (PDF) at no cost at the WWI Centennial Commission’s website. A second edition has just been published. This print book is available at Amazon for $12.99.

Final Notes

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