Friday, July 20, 2012
MSGen Web project has a great website with links to some very useful information for people doing research in Copiah County. During the course of my work I have found the cemetery indexes on the site to be especially helpful for researchers who know a relative was buried in Copiah County but they don't know when the relative died or the name of the cemetery. Check out the site and let us know how you like it.
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
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Nostalgic for days gone by? Check out this blog hosted by Molly (Sukie Carruth) Mandel, featuring "A look upon the past, present and future of the Piney Woods of Mississippi and beyond ...".
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Click here to visit LDS's online site familysearch.org.
"The collections and services of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, and its hundreds of branch Family History Centers throughout the world, are concisely described in this comprehensive book. The thirteen contributors are specialists and professionals in their respective fields. Some of the topics discussed are histories of states and foreign countries containing genealogically important facts, explanations of settlement and migration patterns, concise descriptions of record groups and what they contain, tips for accessing the collection, extensive bibliographies, and what can and cannot be accessed at the centers. Included are tables, a list of 100 genealogical reference works on microfiche, and an index." (www.amazon.com)