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Illegitimacy was not uncommon in earlier centuries. About 5% of all children born in England and Wales between 1837 and 1965 were illegitimate, which means they were born out of wedlock. Many family tree researchers will find during their research that there is at least one illegitimate ancestor in their family. Illegitimacy is no longer

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Pat Schinkel
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Looking for free printables to aid in your genealogy research? The right chart, form, template or worksheet can do wonders for any family historian hoping to get organized or trying to break down a frustrating brick wall. Here are 10 places you'll find them for free. Looking for free printables to aid in your genealogy research? The right chart, form, template or worksheet can do wonders for any family historian hoping to get organized or trying to break down a frustrating brick wall. Here…

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Heide Elson
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Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. I have been doing a TON of Amazon shopping thanks to the pandemic and I thought I'd share some of the things I've found for genealogy. I feel like we all have our copy of Evidence Explained and our favorite photo scanner but there are a lot of other things offered on Ama

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Charles A Stewart
McCain's Corner: Scots-Irish Surnames; a list of families in the Scots-Irish DNA Project Irish, Irish Last Names, Irish Names, Scots, Family Genealogy, Surname List, Surnames, Dna Project, Unique Surnames

The Scots-Irish DNA Project now has 761 participating families. Below is a roster of the participating families. As you can see the families are a combination of Lowland and Highland Scottish surnames with a few native Irish surnames. All these families self identify as being Scots-Irish. Most of these families participated in the 18th Century Ulster Migration to English Colonies and early Republic, or in the 19th Century Ulster migration into Canada. The majority of the Lowland Scottish…

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