Boston-based Daily Kos group for facilitating meatspace, in-person meetups of local Kossacks. Also open for any drop-in visiting Kossacks. A smaller subset of the folks who are likely also members of New England Kossacks - don't be shy! You can join both, and participate when/where convenient!
|Genealogy and Family History Community
We are a Group interested in the research, analysis and discussion of genealogy and family histories, our own and others. We invite all those who desire guidance in getting started in their research, those who are looking for suggestions for getting past a problem in their on-going projects (brick walls), those willing to share resources, or those who simply want to talk about their projects (and we KNOW how family historians love to talk about their projects). All family backgrounds welcome an...
|Shamrock American Kossacks
Kossacks who take their Great Orange Satan with a bit o' the Green. If your appreciation of Irish geneaology, history, culture or politics informs your views, this might be the group for you.
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- We’ve been fairly quiet as a DK community lately, so I’m guessing that everyone’s pretty busy. That would explain why fewer of us have been signing up to host a Friday. No problem! This ...18 comments 12 Recs
- On my recent research trip to Scotland and Ireland, I spent lots of time in various archives and libraries. (Yeah, I managed to fit in some other stuff.... a few pictures here ....). I'm pretty ...14 comments 15 Recs
- Don't ya love it when online records from which you think you've gleaned every possible tidbit of information get updated - but you don't know what the range of information they updated or added or ...8 comments 13 Recs
- Brick walls. Ancestors who appear to have been aliens dropped from outer space. Anyone researching their family tree runs into people like these :-( My recent research trip has me thinking that it'...15 comments 17 Recs
- In the early morning hours of August 8, 1880, a young woman was murdered by her former husband near the small, peaceful town of Shutesbury, Massachusetts. My 5th g-grandparents settled in Shutesbury.10 comments 11 Recs
- I grew up believing an untruth, and it was all my grandmother’s fault. Not my mother’s mother, who’d raised six boys (Julius, Oscar, Charlie, Louie, Dan, and Bob), one girl (Mum), and one ...64 comments 26 Recs
- This is a GFHC Open Thread. Let's start with the treasured four-generations picture. The adorable little runaway toddler is your's truly. Not so grumpy, I'd say. But this picture was taken in 1949. ...15 comments 14 Recs
- Here’s a family story told to me by my grandfather's sister (Astrid Leiseth (Miller), aka "Austie") about her great grandmother Johanna (or Johanne), who was my mother's father's mother's mother's ...12 comments 28 Recs
- Last week, I promised to throw something together for today's open thread. This will be a fairly short diary, but I hope my genealogy-geek friends will find it sweet. Genealogy & Family ...31 comments 18 Recs
- I recently spent a day cozily tucked in the National Records of Scotland (a.k.a. the Scottish national archives), investigating a thief and a minister ~ not the same person ;-) Let's leave the ...16 comments 22 Recs
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