2021.11.24 – Free Roadmap Report

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Seekerz CoursezFreeRoadmap to Family HistoryReport This may be My Big Mistake I was talking to a friend about Family History. He suggested I ought to offer the Roadmap to Family History Report totally for free. It was already at a very low price, so I wondered why he thought that would be a good idea. We continued discussing other topics, but at the end of the conversation, he again insisted that I offer the Roadmap for free. So I’m going to take a chance and trust that he knows what he’s doing. The Roadmap to Family History is a report […]

2021.11.17 – Seek for Fun 4

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Seek for Fun 4By Dale E. Lee2021.11.17 Keep it Fun.See if you can find all of the Words listed in the Word Search puzzle below. SeekerzSearch – Indexing Terms used in Indexing AbbreviationAdd additional recordsAdditional ColumnsAliasBabyBirthBlank LinesCanceledCensusChildCompare charactersCopyCorrectedCrossed-outDateDate formatDate HierarchyDeathDelete blank recordDitto marksDuplicatesEnlistEnlistmentEntries per pageFatherGiven namesHandwritingIncarcerationsInstructionsInternational charactersLand RecordLegibleListMaiden NameMarriageMilitary RecordsMost recent dateMotherMrMrsMuster RollNameNeeNo extractable dataOverlaidParentPlacePlacesPlace-NamesPageRecords spanning imagesRegistrationsRosterRotateRulerSeekerzSICSpouseStillbornSurnameTaxTitleUnreadableVital RecordsVoidedWriting styleZoom Seekerz LLC ©2021

2021.11.10 – Through Ancestors Eyes

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Through Ancestors’ EyesBy D. E. LeeCopyright (c), 1998 The past is not as dry as it seems, when seen through ancestors’ eyes, When viewing battles and events, their knowledge may be wise, For history comes alive when seen, from diaries, journals and such, By those who shared their daily lives, by writing in their hutch, Though writing may be crude and rough, the feelings they had are true, And things they’ve felt are much more strong, because they’re related to you, The things you’ll find you didn’t know, will surprise you as you read, You’ll find that others made it […]

2021.11.03 – My Ancestor’s Letter

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My Ancestor’s LetterBy D. E. LeeCopyright (c), 2004 My ancestor wrote me a letter, ‘Lo these many years,Something to remember him by, Throughout this veil of tears,He told me of his earth life here, Of things he truly sought,He told me of his heart aches then, And what he really thought,And though it wasn’t directly to me, He had my welfare in mind,He wrote the letter thoughtfully, With words so very kind,He spoke of challenges I’d come across, And how to meet them well,And pointed out a safer path, A better way to dwell,He wrote of many things and when, […]

2021.10.27 – Cousin Relationships

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Cousin RelationshipsBy Dale E. Lee2021.10.27 Summary: Confusion Explanation Charts Detail: Confusion Most of us know what we’re referring to when we talk about Parents, Children, Grandparents, Grandchildren and Cousins. But what in the world is a Second, Third, or Fourth cousin? And beyond that, how do you locate a Third Cousin Twice Removed in the family tree? We know that a cousin is someone that is the child of an Aunt or Uncle, but what are second and greater cousins? Explanation It turns out that there are good reasons for being confused about how the cousin designations are described. They […]

2021.10.20 – The Genetic Detective

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The Genetic DetectiveBy Dale E. Lee2021.10.20 Summary: About the The Genetic Detective Locations Activities Wrap up Detail: About the The Genetic Detective Every once in a while Seekerz writes articles about shows that have a Family History bent. Not everything in Family History has to be cut and dried. Entertainment can be an important part of increasing people’s interest and ability in Family History. As you watch to be entertained, you can pick up tips and clues you may be able to incorporate in your own research. The Genetic Detective is a show put on by ABC which features a […]

2021.10.13 – The Gift That Lasts

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The Gift That LastsBy Dale E. Lee2021.10.13 Summary: My Box A Suggestion My Treasures Things to Collect Detail: My Box Once as I was growing up I was given a special gift. I’m not talking about a Christmas gift that came in a box. It was the box itself. (We all know that kids like gifts that come in boxes almost as much as the box they came in.) This was a special box, not because of its contents, but because of the things I could put in it after I received it. The box was the size of an […]

2021.10.02 – Writing Personal Histories

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Writing Personal HistoriesBy Dale E. Lee2021.10.02 Summary: Personal Histories Organization Examples Suggestions Summary Detail: Personal Histories One of the most enjoyable parts of Family History is reading the personal histories of your own ancestors. These stories bring history to life, and they do so because they were part of you! The events your ancestors went through, the emotions they had, and the things they did, directly impacted where you were born and the circumstances of your life. Think of how important your own story could be to your descendants now and in the future! As you read your ancestor’s accounts […]

2020.10.04 – Special Report – Liver and Gall Bladder cleanse

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We don’t normally include material outside the boundaries of arena of Family History. However, I am aware of several people that have saved themselves from having gall bladder operations, including two of my own family, by using the following cleanse. We are not physicians, and cannot prescribe any medical treatments. If you have any questions, check with your doctor before using. Note that the diet includes grapefruit juice, which has the potential to block the effectiveness of some medications. So check to see if this is true of medications you are currently taking before using, as it will be at […]

2020.09.21 – Announcement: 2.4 Million Rolls of Microfilm digitized

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The following is a summary of the announcement this morning in the Deseret News of Salt Lake City, Utah. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has completed the digitization of 2.4 Million Rolls of Microfilm. Originally slated take 50 to 100 years, it only took 15 years, due to the efforts of volunteers and the pace of technical innovation. The rolls contain more than 11.5 billion people from over 200 countries. Although the microfilms have now been digitized, the indexing effort continues. Indexing means to use the digital images taken from the microfilms and extract data manually from […]

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