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About MeMy name is Carol Hill and I'm a professional genealogist.
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Here are 3 videos to help you with your research in North Carolina.
Take a look at this new app to look at your descendants on your tree in FamilySearch.
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Woohoo!! Great news for all you FamilySearch Tree users. You can import pictures from FaceBook and Instagram with a click of a button. Check out this video. It’s super easy.
This is an update of Find-A-Record. Check this out to see how it can become your research assistant for FamilySearch Tree.
ARe your ancestors hiding in a book on Google Books just waiting for you to find them? Check out this video to see the power of Google Books.