The KCGS Newsletter is published regularly

and is written & edited by

Janeice Crosson

Issues Are Available Here By Clicking On The Following Dates:

 

  • 2017 – March
    • Ireland Parish Records
    • Irish Quaker Congregational Records
    • Other Irish Repositories
  • 2017 – February
    • Museum After Hours Series at Kansas Historical Society
    • Delaware Newspapers Online
    • The Journal of Genealogy & Family History
    • Who Was St. Valentine?
    • How Lithuanian Descendants Can Obtain Dual Citizenship
  • 2017 – January
    • The Manhattan Public Library
    • Dennis Metz Talk (Sumner County)
    • Pittsburgh, PA Cemetery Records Online
    • Armenian Genealogy Conference in Detroit, MI
    • U.S. Budget May Affect Genealogists
    • 7 Facts About Ancestors Found in Obituaries
  • 2016 – March
    • 5 Tips For Finding Your Ancestors’ Occupations
    • Online Graves and Graveyards Finder for Ireland
    • Map of US Ancestries by County
    • The Irish Family History Foundation
    • Pascagoula, Mississippi Local History Digitized Records
    • The Irish Are Not Celtic! by Dick Eastman
    • Finding Maiden Names
  • 2016 – February
    • African American Recipients of the Medal of Honor
    • Finding Cemeteries With Your Computer
    • Index of the Men Who Died for France in Verdun (WWI)
    • African-American Genealogical Research Group Launched in Oklahoma
    • Historical Records Survey of the WPA
  • 2015 – October
    • Witches In Your Family Tree
    • Google News Archive
    • Historic Newspapers Online
  • 2015 – September
    • Poughkeepsie Journal Newspapers Online
    • London Council’s Burial Records Online
    • Irish Family Saves Their Ancestors Pub
    • Ancestry Collaborates with Gannet to Archive 40 U.S. Papers
    • Drumming Out of the Army
    • Are You Counterfeit Fit?
  • 2015 – August
    • Sumner County Historical & Genealogical Society Meeting
    • Biographical Sketches on GenealogyMagazine.com
    • Saving the Classic User Interface on Ancestry.com
    • Using GenDisasters
    • From My Overstreet Family Website
    • Cat Videos Are Good For You
  • 2015 – March
    • Limitations of Familial DNA Searching
    • Women’s Army Corps
    • Kansas Supreme Court Proposed Ruling to Restrict Access
    • More About Surnames
    • Angie Harmon Featured on Who Do You Think You Are?
  • 2015 – February
    • Kentucky Death Index Online
    • Companion Companion
    • The Island at the Center of the World
    • The Simon Brothers Baseball Team of Pottawatomie County, Kansas
    • FamilySearch Opens Discovery Center in Salt Lake City
  • 2015 – January
    • WGS Research Trip to Allen County Public Library
    • I Have My Family Tree Back to Adam and Eve
    • How Census Date Collection Changed Race in America
    • Proceedings of the Old Bailey Central Criminal Court of London Online
    • Last Wills & Testaments of British Soldiers
    • CD’s Are Not Forever
    • 94-Year Old Can’t File Tax Return Because IRS Says He’s Dead
    • GenealogyBank.com
    • Aunt Mary Joins The Greek Gods & Changes Genealogy
  • 2014 – November
    • King County, Washington Database Unveiled
    • Dept. of Veteran Affairs Expanding Requests for Tombstone Markers
    • Irish Potato Famine Pathogen Identified
    • A Way to Find Alternate Surname Variations
    • Preserving Historic Cemeteries
  • 2014 – September
    • I Don’t:  A Contrarian History of Marriage
    • Irish Emigration Database
    • A Tip for Web Searching:  Use Another Search Engine
    • Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy Conference
    • 5 Tips For Finding Your Ancestors’ Occupations
    • Kaninhoppning
    • Twenty Thousand Words
    • Theda Richards Family Notes (Matthias Trace 1757)
  • 2014 – May
    • Must-Search Collections on Mocavo
    • 3 Tips For Overcoming Spelling Variations
    • Emporia Public Library to Celebrate 150th Anniversary
    • Paraprosdokians
  • 2014 – March
    • Uncover German Heritage With Surnames
    • What Did Our Ancestors Face?
    • Arlington National Cemetery Goes Digital
    • New Enhanced Irish Genealogy Service Now Available
    • Gale Genealogy Connect
    • Earning A Living in the 18th & 19th Centuries