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Could you tell me if there are any volunteers that might be able to search
looking for info on a Jennie or Jane Abigail Patterson/ Standish
any records 1845 Birth up through May 1872
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Recent Blog activity on our Upstate New York Genealogy website at
www.unyg.com has an easy to understand article about DNA testing for
genealogical purposes. There is also a Blog about Ephemera for genealogy,
and a full description about how to take advantage of all of the features of
unyg.com. Tomorrow we will have a year's end review and predictions for
2008. Happy New Year to all of our readers, Dick Hillenbrand.
Upstate New York Genealogy
Read a 1931 newspaper account of the Daughters of the American Revolution
(DAR,) marking the graves of 595 Revolutionary War Soldiers that were buried
in Onondaga County. The soldiers names and burial locations are listed
Go to www.unyg.com, click on the "UNYG Blog" at the top of the page to read
Dick Hillenbrand - Upstate New York Genealogy - www.unyg.com
If you are interested in good maps, or plan on doing any land research
anywhere in New York State, then you will likely want to read my review of
one of the very best New York State Atlases available.
You will find the article on the Upstate New York Genealogy Blogsite, by
going to www.unyg.com and clicking on the "UNYG Blog" tab at the top.
Dick Hillenbrand - www,unyg.com
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