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August 21, 2009


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Wow, who would have guessed that the world of digital archiving and indexing could move so fast. I've subscribed to Genline for about 3 yrs and have researched my family history, but the finding of a beginning point in all the records was the toughest. I knew the county and parish, but had to search all the pages until I could find my family member by birthdate. At that point, even the farms weren't indexed so I learned nearly the same page number got me close in succeeding household examinations. Woo-Hoo!

The records I would really like to see indexed are the Civil Registration records from 1860-1920. I wonder if that is in the plans for indexing.

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