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Some Genealogy Records Have No Names - We get so used to searching for people in our family tree by name, that it might not even occur to us to search for them without a name. Join Crista Cowan as she shares some specific examples of instances when people are not recorded by name. She'll share search tips and tricks so you can find those records. Then, she will show you how those records are still of great genealogical value.

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6 'Secret' Google Search Tricks for Genealogy That'll Help You Find Your Ancestors

6 'Secret' Google Search Tricks for Genealogy That'll Help You Find Your Ancestors | Family History Daily

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