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Marsha Hoffman Rising CG, FASG, was a professional genealogist who specialized in problem-solving issues that arise while researching nineteenth century ancestors. She also served as vice president of the National Genealogy Society and served on the boards of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Board for Certification of Genealogists, the New England Historic Genealogic Society, and as president of the Federation of Genealogical Societies and the Genealogical Speaker's Guild. During her thirty year professional career in genealogy, she received the National Genealogical Society Award of Merit (1989), was elected a Fellow of the Utah Genealogical Society (1990), received the FGS George E. Williams Award (1991), the National Genealogical Society Award of Excellence (1992), and the FGS Malcolm H. Stern Humanitarian Award (1999).
I ordered three of these for me and family members. Now we can compare what we find, With the help of this book. Wish to be known as Happy Camper LOLPublished 24 days ago by Marjorie Souleret
The title speaks for itself. Very helpful much needed book , I highly recommend this book.Published 1 month ago by Tommie Jo Cory
This book was able to help me figure out some troubling research. TY!Published 1 month ago by Sherri
I think the best technique that I've seen is this: don't just focus your research on your ancestors surname, but also examine the records of his neighbors, siblings, spouses... Read morePublished 2 months ago by JS Rogers
This is an excellent book about solving problems in the 1800 to 1850 time frame for U.S. family history research.Published 4 months ago by David Lambert
Great book with a lot of helpful information. I am always referencing this book throughout my researchPublished 4 months ago by April K.