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USING THE FAMILY SEARCH WIKI
We are presenting this to the Stake Librarians in our area on Thursday - thought we would give you a preview. Please click here to follow what we learned about genealogical finds to help your research
The Ghost of George Alley is leaving messages... Sally's Parents do not know who the Ghost is.
They only know that his cryptic messages he has left in the attic
may be the key to either some serious treasure, or may even lead them to documentation which could land Sally a College Scholarship, being the Great, Great, Great Granddaughter of a Civil War Hero.
Help them uncover the treasure
Complete game plan - laid out in Powerpoint, Word and all the clues - ready to put on this week if you want. You just supply the various locks and props that are in the script. Loads of fun and without realizing it, the YSA or YW/YM get some lessons in how to research using keywords and valuable life learning tools! Everything you need for only $20.00 We will give you access to all our files
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Where did I get my props?
Ebay and Amazon.com
I searched for locks and lock boxes and puzzle boxes. Then I tried them out on all my …
What one occupation is in one culture, it is completely different in another Culture and Time
When researching your family ties, you run across Census sheets. These tell you where the person lived, with whom, how long they were married, the present status of marriage, the children's names and as their occupation, it lists student or whatever job they held.
My Grandfather used to deliver for a Drug Store. That's pretty easy to understand because in America, we know what occupations we have. Now, what if your ancestor is from "across the pond" in jolly ole' London? Do you know what his occupation on another census from another century might be?
Now with this link, these people have gone throuh the amazing effort to categorize every occupation and its' definition for you to ponder. What can you do with it? Nothing. Merely marvel at what they did and how they endured it. Thank you to A Walk Through the Lens for putting this together.