Genealogist, Mary Sue Green Smith (1933-2009)

Prominent Nashville, TN genealogist, Mary Sue Green Smith (1933-2009) has passed away. She was President of the Middle Tennessee Genealogical Society. She published eight books between 1994 and 2006; mostly reference works to be used in tracing one’s roots in Nashville. She indexed tens of thousands of pre-Civil War civil court records, which added... (Read More)

GenealogyBank adds 67 newspapers from 22 states

GenealogyBank is expanding the back issues for 67 newspapers from 22 states. 27 of these newspapers are new to GenealogyBank.ArkansasJonesboro. Jonesboro Evening Sun. 1907 to 1920. Historical NewspapersCaliforniaBerkeley. Fuego de Aztlan* 1976. Historical NewspapersColton. Chicano. 1968 to 1974. Historical NewspapersLos Angeles. Cinema* 1935. Historical NewspapersOakland. American Sentinel. 1823 to 1833. Historical NewspapersOakland. Mundo* 1971... (Read More)

Cincinnati, OH Newspaper archives 1802-1890, 1990-Today now online

GenealogyBank has put the Cincinnati, Ohio newspaper archives: 1802-1890, 1990-Today online. Click here to search Cincinnati, Ohio newspaper archives 1802-1890 onlineOr click on the individual titles below to search a specific Cincinnati, OH newspaper:Cincinnati Commercial Tribune 1869-1890Cincinnati Daily Enquirer 1862-1876Cincinnati Daily Gazette 1867-1883Cincinnati Enquirer 1999-TodayCincinnati Post 1990-2007Spirit of the West 1814-1815Whig 1802-1882Did you know... (Read More)

Warren, RI Newspaper archives 1792-1849 now online

GenealogyBank has put the Warren, Rhode Island newspaper archives: 1792-1849 online.Click here to search Warren, RI newspaper archives 1749-1849 onlineOr click on the individual titles below to search a specific Warren, RI newspaper:Bristol County Register 1809-1810Herald of the United States 1792-1793Telescope 1800-1849Find and document your ancestors in GenealogyBank – the best source for old... (Read More)

Patriot’s Day – Read the news as they read it.

“Bloody News – This town has been in a Continental Alarm since Mid-day ….. the attack began at Lexington (about 12 miles from Boston) by the regular troops, the 18th Infantry before sunrise…From thence they proceeded to Concord where they made a general attack…”Stirring news – as gripping as a bulletin on TV. Thanks... (Read More)

Linda Fay Kaufman, genealogist, 1940-2009

Remembering one of our own: Linda Fay Kaufman, genealogist, 1940-2009Enthusiastic genealogist Linda Fay Kaufman (1940-2009) has passed away.She put her family history research online and actively corresponded with genealogists across the country. A search of the genealogy lists shows her posts as recently as the last few months. Star Tribune: Newspaper of the Twin... (Read More)

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Nantucket, MA Newspapers 1816-1849 Now Online

GenealogyBank has put the Nantucket, Massachusetts archive of historical newspapers: 1816-1849 online.Click here to search Nantucket, Massachusetts Newspapers 1816-1849 onlineOr click on the individual titles below to search a specific Nantucket, MA newspaper:Inquirer and Mirror 1822-1832Nantucket Gazette 1816-1817Nantucket Inquirer 1821-1849TIP: Other Handy Massachusetts Sites:Search over 275 Massachusetts newspapers: Click Here to Search All Massachusetts... (Read More)