U.S., Army Personnel and Dependent Casualties, 1961-1981

This record collection in Ancestry Library Edition (Ancestry LE) contains information relating to U.S. Army personnel and their dependents (including active duty personnel, retired or separated personnel, reservists, and civilian employees) who were casualties (either killed or wounded) between 1961 and 1981. Although this database is international in scope, about 85 percent of these records…
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Marietta National Cemetery, 1866-2010

This record collection in Ancestry Library Edition (Ancestry LE) contains digital images of all gravestones in Marietta National Cemetery, located in Marietta, Georgia. Marietta National Cemetery was established in 1866, and this collection includes burials through 2010 for more than 15,000 people. Burials include many Union Army soldiers who died during the Atlanta Campaign (May-September…
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Missouri, State Census Collection, 1844-1881

This record collection in Ancestry Library Edition (Ancestry LE) might look like just the ticket for researching mid-19th century Missouri ancestors—but looks can be deceiving. A majority of census years in this collection provide coverage for one county only. Yes, that’s correct—one county only: 1844—Calloway 1856—Audrain 1857—St. Louis 1858—St. Louis 1867—Cape Girardeau; Franklin; Greene 1868—Cape…
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RMS Titanic

RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean during the early hours of April 15, 1912. She had collided with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York City. There were an estimated 2,224 passengers and crew aboard, yet only 705 persons survived, making it…
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Illinois Land Ownership Maps

Ancestry Library Edition (Ancestry LE) includes a record collection called U.S., Indexed County Land Ownership Maps 1860-1918. Users of the Genealogy Room will be interested to learn that coverage includes many of our neighboring Illinois counties. You can locate this record collection in this manner: ·         SEARCH—CARD CATALOG—TITLE land ownership Land ownership maps range in…
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Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1966

This record collection in Ancestry Library Edition (Ancestry LE) may interest readers of this blog because it is possible to search for persons who were born in St. Louis. A record in this collection includes information recorded on a typical death certificate, and generally provides: ·         name and residence of the decedent ·         city and…
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Chicago Before the Inferno

It used to be difficult to research Chicago/Cook County ancestors if you weren’t actually in Chicago (and it wasn’t that much easier if you were in Chicago).  Now, however, Ancestry Library Edition (Ancestry LE) provides you with access to more than 15 million records of Chicago/Cook County ancestors. That total includes the following record collections…
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Library of Congress 50,000 Bibliographic Sources

This record collection in Ancestry Library Edition (Ancestry LE) consists of a list of genealogical publications and local history titles in the Library of Congress that have been cataloged since 1969. Virtually all recent U.S. local histories and many family histories are referenced in this record collection. In addition, Ancestry has included references to some…
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