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Mark your calendars for an excellent genealogy seminar coming to Victoria on Saturday, Oct. 9, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the comfortable and accommodating facilities of the Victoria College Student Center, 2200 E. Red River St. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Sponsored by the Victoria County…

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By Martha Jones

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Monday is Memorial Day, a time when we reflect upon the sacrifices of those who served our country in the past and are serving today. As we remember our service men and women, we are reminded that each day our U.S. World War II veterans, who once were 16 million strong, are dying at a rate o…

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Are you searching for a Texas death certificate? Here are some facts to consider in your pursuit. First, Texas did not begin statewide registration of deaths officially until 1903 and many counties did not comply at that time. In fact, some county clerks did not begin recording them until as…

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I have returned from the mountain top. Last week my husband and I were in Salt Lake City for the National Genealogical Society's 2010 Family History Conference.

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By Martha Jones Recently, following a genealogy workshop, a man asked me in hushed tones about how to find out more about his great-grandfather who changed his name because as family legend goes, he once rode with an outlaw gang similar to the Quantrill Raiders or James Brothers. Needless to…

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Genealogists and family history researchers looking for early Kentucky records take heed: Recently discovered land, census and marriage records from the late 1700s to the early 1900s have surfaced and can provide a treasure trove of information.