We’ve transcribed this 1853 federal land patent for Augusta Newman for the next issue of Casefile Clues. We will look at what is says, what it does not say, and where to go next. Stay tuned–or subscribe today to get the […]
For those who may be interested in my ancestor table, I’ve posted a copy on this blog.
It has been a little while since I posted anything to the blog about our philosophy here at Casefile Clues and since we have some new subscribers I thought I would. Casefile Clues is not geared towards the totally new genealogist. […]
Our subscription rate for 52 issues will go up on 23 September to $23. Since we’ve gotten back on distribution, we’ve had to reevaluate our pricing structure. We’re still a great bargain for clear, organized, practical and down-to-earth research advice. […]
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The page with the list of available back issues has been updated. Recent subscribers can order back issues there. Subscribers who are missing issues they should have received can email me at email@example.com.
I maintain the following genealogy blogs: Rootdig.com—Michael’s thoughts, research problems, suggestions, and whatever else crosses his desk Casefile Clues Blog–this is the blog with updates on my how-to newsletter, articles and people I’m working on, a few genealogy methodology comments, […]
This is one of the many receipts in the partition suit that was discussed in Issue 4-2. We’re not going to discuss these receipts in an upcoming issue, but some of them had stamps of where they were signed which […]
Issue 4-2 is out–check your inbox or email me if you do not have it. If you’d like to subscribe to Casefile Clues, you can do that here.
This is a final followup to our webinar wrap up earlier in the week. If you ordered presentations and did not receive them or download them in time, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If there’s something you’d like to order, […]