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[Genealogia.org.mx] 13954 Re: 13928 Guía del archivo arquidiocesano de Durango

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si alguien me puede ayudar, no puedo entrar a arqdgo@prodigy.net.mx

On 31 ago, 09:15, "Eventos Genealogicos, de Historia y Publicaciones"
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> arqdgo@prodigy.net.mx

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[Genealogia.org.mx] 13953 gallegos-michoacan

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hola no se si alguien tenga informacion sobre antepasados de la
familia gallegos en michoacan: zamora, yurecuaro, tanhuato,
ecuandureo, gracias.

patricia gallegos

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[Genealogia.org.mx] 13952 Molecular Connections – issue 3: august 2007

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issue 3: august 2007
Editor’s Corner
Exciting things are happening at SMGF. We currently have collections going on in Panama, Mongolia, Thailand, Benin, Togo, and of course, throughout the United States and other countries. Due to the popularity of participating in the SMGF Project and the release of the mitochondrial Database this past year, we have been overwhelmed by the excitement of those willing to participate. To compensate for the high demand, we now have more lab processing equipment as well as a larger staff. If you have not been able to find your results online, we encourage you to continue checking as we are quickly getting back up to speed.
How does the Y-database benefit my genealogy?
Searching the database can be a new and complicated experience for many people who are just getting introduced to molecular genealogy. The Y-chromosome follows a father to son relationship of the pedigree. The Y-database can be used to research the ancestral roots of any unbroken male line on the pedigree chart. It doesn’t necessarily just have to be your husband, father, son, or grandfather. It can also extend to cousins. If you want to search a line, have a direct male descendant search the Sorenson Database using their genetic markers, or search by the surname of that descendant. For a more detailed tutorial, click here.
SMGF Makes ‘101 Best Family History Websites’
Family Tree Magazine named Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation on its annual list of 101 best family history websites in the September 2007 magazine. The list credited the utility of the SMGF website by encouraging readers to “Get started in the fast-changing frontier of genetic genealogy at the site for this volunteer project…You can search by test results or surname in two databases of DNA profiles and family trees from around the world”. Family Tree Editor Allison Stacy wrote “Thanks for providing such a useful resource for the readers of Family Tree magazine” in her congratulatory letter to SMGF. Click here to view the full list.
International Genealogy Traditions: Mongolia
One of the international collections going on at the Foundation is in Mongolia. The project, in partnership with the National University of Mongolia (NUM), collected more than 3,000 DNA samples and related multi-generation pedigree charts from individuals in all of the country’s geographic regions. We thought it might be interesting to share some of the unique genealogy patterns in Mongolia. Click here to learn more.
Did you See?
SMGF’s founder, James LeVoy Sorenson, was featured in a USA Today article in June. The article focuses on Mr. Sorenson’s work in genetic genealogy as well as his other companies. If you missed the article, click here to read it.
Get a Large Group to Participate
The more people who participate in the Sorenson Database, the more potential samples there are for you and others to potentially match with. Many people find it difficult to find groups to participate. The options are endless; families, boy or girl scout troops, church groups, genealogical societies, neighbors, and school classes are examples that have participated in the past. For more ideas on how to organize a collection, e-mail us at participate@smgf.org.

issue 3: august 2007
editor’s corner
how does the y-database benefit my genealogy?
smgf makes ‘101 best family history websites’
international genealogy traditions: mongolia
did you see?
get a large group to participate
Editor’s Corner
Exciting things are happening at SMGF. We currently have collections going on in Panama, Mongolia, Thailand, Benin, Togo, and of course, throughout the United States and other countries. Due to the popularity of participating in the SMGF Project and the release of the mitochondrial Database this past year, we have been overwhelmed by the excitement of those willing to participate. To compensate for the high demand, we now have more lab processing equipment as well as a larger staff. If you have not been able to find your results online, we encourage you to continue checking as we are quickly getting back up to speed. 
How does the Y-database benefit my genealogy?
Searching the database can be a new and complicated experience for many people who are just getting introduced to molecular genealogy. The Y-chromosome follows a father to son relationship of the pedigree. The Y-database can be used to research the ancestral roots of any unbroken male line on the pedigree chart. It doesn’t necessarily just have to be your husband, father, son, or grandfather. It can also extend to cousins. If you want to search a line, have a direct male descendant search the Sorenson Database using their genetic markers, or search by the surname of that descendant.  For a more detailed tutorial, click here.
SMGF Makes ‘101 Best Family History Websites’
Family Tree Magazine named Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation on its annual list of 101 best family history websites in the September 2007 magazine. The list credited the utility of the SMGF website by encouraging readers to “Get started in the fast-changing frontier of genetic genealogy at the site for this volunteer project…You can search by test results or surname in two databases of DNA profiles and family trees from around the world”. Family Tree Editor Allison Stacy wrote “Thanks for providing such a useful resource for the readers of Family Tree magazine” in her congratulatory letter to SMGF.  Click here to view the full list.
International Genealogy Traditions: Mongolia
One of the international collections going on at the Foundation is in Mongolia. The project, in partnership with the National University of Mongolia (NUM), collected more than 3,000 DNA samples and related multi-generation pedigree charts from individuals in all of the country’s geographic regions. We thought it might be interesting to share some of the unique genealogy patterns in Mongolia.  Click here to learn more.
Did you See?
SMGF’s founder, James LeVoy Sorenson, was featured in a USA Today article in June. The article focuses on Mr. Sorenson’s work in genetic genealogy as well as his other companies.  If you missed the article, click here to read it.

 

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[Genealogia.org.mx] 13951 Index to the Marriage Investigations

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I'm in need of a book that a lady at the Family
History Library in Salt Lake City says could be of
help in my research into 18th century Coahuila.

I wonder if anyone here has it, or has access to it.

Index to the Marriage Investigations of the Diocese of
Guadalajara pertaining to the former provinces of
Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, Nuevo Santander and Texas.
Written by Raul J. Guerra and published privately by
the University of Texas.

So I don't think there are too many copies, and
probably none outside of Texas. I'm told the book
cannot be borrowed.

P.S. I plan to be in Mexico City and Chihuahua,
Chihuahua later this year. My first visit to the
Distrito Federal since I drove there in 1979.
And my first trip to Chihuahua in three years. I'll be
flying this time.

Ernie Alderete
Los Angeles, California

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[Genealogia.org.mx] 13949 Re: Certificados civiles

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tambien cuando ocurre un divorcio se hacen
anotaciones al margen en el acta de matrimonio civil para que si se solicita esa
acta de matrimonio no se expida.

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[Genealogia.org.mx] 13950 Re: Guía del archivo arquidiocesano de Durango

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[Genealogia.org.mx] 13947 Youtube genealogy video

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From: "Barbara J. Mathews" <bmathews@gis.net>

The New England
Historic and Genealogical Society enews (edited by Michael
J. Leclerc and
Valerie Beaudrault) just had a very interesting link to a
Youtube video from
the Birmingham [Alabama] Public Library. It is at

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAxrLJ5nw_g

The
video is directed at people just getting started in family history and
so
probably covers information people on this list already have. I hope,

though, that you enjoy a bit of amusement here at the end of
summer.

Barbara

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