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what does abuelos seigneron ... mean?

what does the phrase "Abuelos seigneron fueron padrinos ..." mean in a baptism document. Are they both abuelos and padrinos? I would have attached the document, but I don't see a way of doing that. With the email system it was easy to do. Well, that's progress.

MOVING THE PHOTOS FILE

WITH ALL YOU HAVE BEEN DOING HERE I GO AGAIN ADDING TO THE PILE. I HAD
ASKED ALBERTO TO TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF THE BUGARIN PHOTOS BUT I
DISCOVERED THE PICS ARE NOT ON THE NEW SITE. ARE YOU GOING TO BE ABLE

Wildcards and the IGI

Dear friends and cousins,

I just uploaded a little file that lists all the valid queries you can make when searching the Birth/Christening records in the IGI.

To see the file you have to log-in first and then select "Files" from the top menu. Next click "Reference Materials" and then select the folder "Searching the IGI". To open the file click on "Using Wildcards"

The IGI & Padre No Conocido

I don't know if this is appropriate to address to those planning to go to Salt Lake City in October, but I have a question about the way the IGI works as far as finding the children of women where in the record it says hijo natural or padre no conocido. Maybe someone at the main FHC or Mr. Ryskamp can answer the question.

The IGI & Padre No Conocido

I don't know if this is appropriate to address to those planning to go to Salt Lake City in October, but I have a question about the way the IGI works as far as finding the children of women where in the record it says hijo natural or padre no conocido. Maybe someone at the main FHC or Mr. Ryskamp can answer the question.

Ghengis Khan's 16 million Descendants

Knowing of my interest in genealogy and genetics a friend just sent me a link to this article which is very interesting.

From damninteresting.com
A Big Footprint on the Steppe

Posted by Cynthia Wood on March 5th, 2006 at 8:27 pm

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