MyHeritage releases SuperSearch search engine From MyHeritage (www.myheritage.com): This week we've officially released SuperSearch, a brand new search engine for historical records. This is an exciting moment for lovers of genealogy worldwide. It's found on www.myheritage.com/research. SuperSearch includes 4+ billion genealogy records from our acquisition of WorldVitalRecords last year, such as birth, marriage, death, burial, census, military, immigration, yearbooks and other types of records, plus scans of original documents.
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Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States A spectacular historical atlas refashioned for the 21st century Here you will find one of the greatest historical atlases: Charles O. Paullin and John K. Genealogy Laois- L Carroll, born Queens County, Ireland, 1835, was superintendent of the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Works, Washington and in 1863 he married Miss Honora J Mc Mahon of Ohio. Daniel Hannagan, born Queens County, Ireland in 1815 son of Hugh & Margaret (Duley) married Margaret Miller of Queens County. Margaret Miller was born in Queens County in 1825 and the had 11 children. Laois Castles; Aghamacart Castle; Carrigan cites the castle to fall in 1801.One of it's walls stood to a height of 20ft circa 1900.
The Importance of Given Names In genealogy we usually concentrate on surnames since they are the most important way of identifying people who are related. A surname is usually inherited and, while it may be changed, some form of it is usually retained. Given names are more important in a way because they represent a voluntary choice by the parents or, sometimes, by an individual. A name is usually not given lightly. It represents thought and feelings and can be significant to the researcher. Naming Patterns
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