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The following pages have recently been updated in the Calendar of Genealogy Events:
Online Webinars, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, and Utah
All information in the Calendar of Events is contributed by YOU and by other genealogists. You can directly add information to the Calendar about your local genealogy event.
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According to a recently-updated wiki page at https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Photoduplication_Services:
“As more microfilm and books are digitized and added to FamilySearch.org, and more links are made available to partner sites that already have this information digitized, the need for photoduplication will...
It’s simple: “Figure out the common ancestor between two relatives. Then select the relationship of the first relative to the common ancestor in the top row. Move down to the row that corresponds to the relationship of the second person to the common ancestor. The result is the relationship of the second person to the first.”
OK, so maybe that isn’t so simple after all. I am not sure if a chart is worth a thousand words or not but a cousin relationship chart at ...