It can be helpful to start a discussion in family search, asking for help in researching information on an individual. Others may be watching that individual too, and may be able to help. To start a discussion in Family Search, … Read More
The thing you are researching may have already been found and published by a distant relative on ancestry.com. Go to the ancestry.com public member tree search page, and then enter the information you know about the ancestor for whom you … Read More
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You can find contact info for local Family History consultants on familysearch.org, who can help you with your research in-person, via phone and email. To do this, Go go familysearch.org Sign In, if you aren’t already (button in the top-right … Read More
Ancestry.com can give you automatic record hints (e.g. suggesting a birth certificate for one of your ancestors) without you doing nearly anything. To get their automatic record hints, you just need to sign up for ancestry.com and enter as much … Read More
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I’m pretty sure he was an Irish Methodist minister, family search is 2MGL-2LJ.