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2011-12-05 05:53:41
2011-12-05 05:53:41

they study gene pools and DNA and stuff they study that ya know


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Society of Australian Genealogists was created in 1932.

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They study and investigate ancestry and family histories

Genealogists and historians study ancestry

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Genealogists tell us that Sally was a serious love interest of Thomas Jefferson.

No, Obama has not yet been identified by genealogists as being related to any Roosevelts.

There are professional genealogists that will do research in exchange for money. They usually charge a fee by the hour and may want travel costs and materials costs. They should be certified by one of the organizations. Most of us do it for free because we are working on our own families and we like it! It is sort of a detective story!

Fraser and Fraser are Genealogists and International Probate Researchers based at 39 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8EH.

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Scientists do not study family trees. Geneticists are scientists who study genetics and inheritance. Genealogists study family trees, but they are not scientists.

FASG is Genealogy stands for "Fellow, American Society of Genealogists" and is a particular status of honor and membership in that society.

No religion has records of all people, but the Church of Latter Day Saints, the Mormons, compile genealogical information from records worldwide on any person, not just Mormons. They gather information from gravestones, church records, newspapers, other genealogists and pretty much any source they can find. They make the database available online and it is used extensively by many genealogists.

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This depends on the jurisdiction. Some places have put historical records online for use by genealogists. Not all courts have done so, so you will have to inquire at the specific location to determine their policies and abilities.

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Zachary Taylor and James Madison were second cousins, which means they shared a great-grandfather. The two Roosevelts were distant cousins and genealogists have turned up other distant relationships. between presidents

Most genealogists consider distant cousins to be family. People who are not involved in genealogy often consider distant cousins not to be family. Where the line, if any, is drawn depends entirely upon who is drawing it.

The surname "Rogers" is of English origin and means "son of Roger". Many genealogists think that it comes from the pre-7th century Anglo-Saxon (Teutonic) name Hrothgar, which means 'fame and spear'.

You become certified in genealogy by applying to the Board for Certification of Genealogists. You submit work samples that demonstrate your knowledge of the genealogical research standards. That work sample is reviewed by a group of Certified Genealogists. If you pass the review you have the right to use Certified Genealogist (CG) or Certified Genealogical Lecturer (CGL) after your name. If you do not pass it, you do not have the right to use it.A certificate from a College, University or Institute means that you have completed a course of study. It is academic in nature.Certification is professional. It indicates that you have acquired expertise in a field, and that you have been judged so by a group of certifying professionals. In genealogy, that is the Board for Certification of Genealogist.

Your mother's sister is your aunt. Your aunt's daughter is your first cousin. Your first cousin's child is your 'first cousin once removed.' In informal conversation, many people call those relations their 'cousins' but this can create confusion for future generations of genealogists

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