The 75th annual reunion for the Boyds of Montgomery County, NC will be
Sunday September 17, 2006 at Parsons Grove United Methodist Church
beginning at 12 p.m. The church is located 8 miles south of Troy,
NC on Troy-Pekin Road.
For directions and information contact: Cecil Campbell 910- 572-6016,
Neil Boyd 256 828-1156 email@example.com, Sherry Boyd 336-622-7040, or
Kay Mims 704-535-4290.
Y. and Barbara Shetler Boyd, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania (Off
Site) Click Here
Martha A. Boyd~William Wheeler-Vermont
Boyd - Daniel C. Kennedy-St. Louis/Springfield,
Catherine Boyd ~ Samuel M. McCurdy
M. D. Port Townsend, Washington Click
and John Boyd, Cumberland Valley - Letterkenny Township, Franklin Co., Pennsylvania
James Boid, John Boid, Thomas Boid, Nathaniel Boid, Nathan Boid
Old Chester, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire Click
Joseph Boyd, Antrim, Hillsborough Co.,
N. Hampshire Click
of the Name and some notable Boyds Click
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expense of keeping the web site on-line would be very much appreciated. As a
"Thank You", if you would like, your name will be added to the list
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to Richard G. Boyd at the address at the
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The Minnesota Historical Society has launched an online Minnesota Veterans Grave Registration Index with information on more than 72,000 veterans' burials.
The information comes from US Veterans Affairs Dept reports compiled between 1930 and 1969. Veterans who died during those years account for most of the data, but the compilation includes a handful of listings as early as the War of 1812 and as late as 1975.
You can search on your relative's last name (including a Soundex option) or on his year of death, county of burial and conflict he served in. Results show the veteran's full name, death date, county of burial, and the war(s) in which he or she served.
The original report may have even more information: date and place of the veteran's birth, enlistment, discharge, death and burial....plus his address, serial number, rank, unit and next of kin. After obtaining your search results, you can click on "Add to Order" to request a copy for $8.
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has redesigned their Web site. The redesign came about due to comments they had received from researchers.
The old web site contained tons of useful information, but it was difficult to navigate. The new home page features three columns of links. On the left are those that tell you about NARA. The center of the page contains changing content such as news. On the right, you choose the links based on who you are (General Public, Genealogist, Educator, Journalist). Below those are links to databases and tools such as Archival Research Catalog, Access to Archival Databases,
eVetRecs, and how to order records on-line.
The main genealogy page links you to online finding aids and research overviews. There are also links to FAQ's, guides to resources, microfilmed records, and pages about record groups such as census, military and immigration.
GOOD DEAL FOR SCOTLANDS PEOPLE
Last month, the Scottish family records Web site
Scotland's People (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk) teamed up with the
National Archives of Scotland
(http://www.scottishdocuments.com) and the Court of
the Lord Lyon (http://www.lyon-court.com) to add millions of records to what's
already available on Scotlands People. (The Court of Lord Lyon, Scotland's
heraldic authority, maintains the Scottish Public Registers of Arms and
Scotlands People is the genealogy data site of the General Records Office for
Scotland. The site, which currently contains nearly 40 million records and has
215,000 registered users, will get the Scottish archives' historical wills and
testaments, as well as armorial and genealogical material from the Court of Lord
Lyon. It's scheduled for launch in spring 2005 as a new, rebranded site.
The three organizations also are collaborating on a Scottish Family History
research facility near the General Register House and the New Register House
buildings in Edinburgh. It's slated to open by the end of 2006.
Reprinted with permission from Family Tree Magazine
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Update: West Virginia Vital Records Online Database
Researchers no longer have to register to use the database. The birth records are up now for all six of the counties currently entered. Statewide death records are available for all 55 counties from 1917 thru 1954. Additional records will be added each year as records pass the 50-year mark. County death records dating from 1853, or the inception of each county, whichever date is later, are included as each county is entered into the database. Marriage records are also available for several counties. West Virginia researchers may want to check back periodically for future additions to the database.
Here's just four of the many interesting topics the web site includes:
A Brief History of the Civilian Conservation Corps
The CCC Museum and Research Center in St. Louis, Missouri
How To Acquire CCC Records
This site is a member of WebRing.
To browse visit
you use this site, please keep in mind the difference between
primary and secondary sources and the importance of checking those
sources. Accept nothing without further checking. It is our hope
that through this collection of data from many sources, you will
find a piece of the puzzle that you are working on and that may
lead you to other discoveries.
Boyd Trees has been updated. The new file includes
individuals and over
Boyd Trees is a data base devoted to any family tree that includes the surname BOYD. Stop by and take a look at what we