Archives: April 2015

HeritageQuest Online–Now improved and powered by Ancestry

One month ago, ProQuest LLC, an Internet database provider based in Ann Arbor, MI, announced a new version of its popular HeritageQuest Online (HQ). The company makes the service available through public libraries that pay a subscription fee. Since then, I have worked with HQ as it is offered by the Cuyahoga County Public Library

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What Happens to Your Genealogical Estate?

I’m looking forward to the April meeting of the Cuyahoga Valley Genealogical Society, chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. At that meeting, Carla Cegielski, asks and answers the question, “What Happens to Your Genealogical Estate?” I’ve thought about this situation, but haven’t put anything definite into action. I hope to learn more about what my options

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Clues to Identifying an Unknown Vehicle

Family historians often are faced with the issue of trying to identify an automobile depicted in a snapshot in a family photo album. Today, I attended a workshop presented at Western Reserve Historical Society by the Genealogical Committee, an auxiliary of WRHS. The presenter was Derrick Moore, curator of the Crawford Auto Aviation Museum at

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