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Italy's oldest family business has been creating bells for churches and cathedrals for 26 generations. It’s a skill that has been handed down to each generation since AD 1000. The Marinelli brothers can immediately identify the sound of one of their bells wherever in the world they might hear it. Maybe your family doesn't have a tradition that has been inherited since the Middle Ages, but...
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05/24/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Family photos and videos are an important part of family history. They offer a better view of our ancestors’ lives and personalities. But how do you make these resources last longer? Take a look at five different apps that can help you preserve these memories.
Family photos and videos are an important part of family history They

Five Apps That Make Including Photos in Your Family Story a Cinch

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Diane Orrvar Stone
Lori Livingston Hanby
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05/23/2017 at 20:27. Facebook
Living memories are more than just family photos and family stories. Take a look and read about how FamilySearch is capturing them all around the world, then use these 6 tips to get started making your own living memories!
Living memories are more than just family photos and family stories Take

Does Your Family Keep a Memory Scrapbook?

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Debra Young Liening
Nancy Branham
Jeanine W. Bell
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05/21/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
When we look at the life of an ancestor, we can be inspired and influenced by his or her example. Who are some ancestors who have been instrumental in shaping your life? Tell us more using #familysearch.
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Steven Fleckenstein
Leslie Jean Moore
Mary Susan Carlson Scott
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05/20/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
What are some of the stories you loved hearing from your mother’s youth? From your grandmothers’ younger days?
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What are some of the stories you loved hearing from your mothers
Trevor Williams
Roni Budde
Elizabeth Steele
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05/19/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
Do you have a family photographer—someone who is always behind the lens at get-togethers or who has a vast collection of old family photos?
Do you have a family photographersomeone who is always behind the lens
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Rich-Allana Nichols
Kevin Tolman
This is the first-ever photograph captured of humans. Louis Daguerre, the inventor of the #daguerreotype, took this photo in Paris. The technology took 10 minutes to capture a photo, so it couldn’t capture fast-moving subjects, like the street traffic. However, a man getting his shoes shined in the bottom left corner stood still long enough to show up in the photo.
This is the firstever photograph captured of humans Louis Daguerre the inventor

This is the oldest photo of Paris and the first ever photo of humans

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Julie Ashley
Sara Brower
Caron Gonthier
Once you’ve digitally uploaded your photos, now what? With the availability of high-speed internet almost everywhere, it makes sense to use a cloud platform for storing your old #familyphotos. Learn what cloud-based storage options are available and a few more options available when uploading your photographs.
Once youve digitally uploaded your photos now what With the availability of

How to Use Virtual Photo Storage

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Ryan Ross
Robin Neff
Have you been avoiding digitizing your old #familyphotos because you feel overwhelmed? Sorting your photos into smaller piles can help you get organized. Take a look at five big reasons you should digitize your photos today:
Have you been avoiding digitizing your old familyphotos because you feel overwhelmed

Five Reasons to Digitize Your Family Photos

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Mandy Farr
Jennifer Ireland
"Did you ever think that while you’re raising your children or caring for a parent that you’re actually creating family history?" — Linda K. Burton
Did you ever think that while youre raising your children or caring
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Joan Record
Lauralee Lester
What lessons have you learned from your grandmothers’ life experiences?
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What lessons have you learned from your grandmothers’ life experiences
Joy Henry
Richard Monk
June Fairhurstfay
When you were growing up, did you have slideshows? Have you been able to preserve those slides?
When you were growing up did you have slideshows Have you been
Garry Bryant
Cathy Cadd
Karl Anderson
This mother is preserving memories and strengthening bonds with her daughters with these great photos of them matching each other. Preserving moments and memories is all part of family history! What is your favorite way to make a moment memorable?
This mother is preserving memories and strengthening bonds with her daughters with

Photos of Mom and Daughters in Matching Outfits Capture Their Unspoken Bond

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Rossana Karunaratna
Linda Wesche
Whether through natural disasters, accidents, or everyday wear and tear, it’s easy to understand why family photos don’t last forever. Discover what you can do to better preserve your photos and six reasons digitizing them can help.
Whether through natural disasters accidents or everyday wear and tear its easy

Six Steps to Digitizing Your Family Photos

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Glenda McKenzie
Rhonda Michelle Smith
Janette Monson
Millions of passport applications have been collected through the years of 1795 and 1925. These applications contain vital information that can help you in your research – such as date of birth, name of a parent, location, occupation and much more! How has a passport application helped you in your family research?
Millions of passport applications have been collected through the years of 1795

These Old Passport Applications May Hold the Missing Genealogy Info You Need | Family History Daily

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Andrew Horning
Shawn Vernon Lloyd-Genealogist
Michelle Kline Dinges
Many people bake by creating a list of ingredients they need to buy and then following the recipe. Thom's grandma Theora, on the other hand, grew up making recipes that included a popular town crop, the sweet potato. This resulted in a delicious tradition in Thom's family: sweet potato pie. What recipes have been passed down in your family?
Erika Lawson
Irene Smith-Rice
Whitney Garner James
Despite tragedy in her family, Eliza Luella Stewart Udall remained strong and tried to do what was necessary for her family. Now, generations down the road, her example is still recognized.
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Drew Schmidtlein
Staci Lindholm Wray
Margaret Pace Herrick Domm
In addition, new searchable indexes and images are available for more historic records from England, Ghana, South Africa, Italy, Poland, Sweden, and Pennsylvania
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New Historic Records On FamilySearch

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Liza McCalla
Cindi Cote
Norm Crowther
How has your mother or your experience being a mother enriched your life? Use #52Stories to help record your personal history: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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How has your mother or your experience being a mother enriched your
Irene Smith-Rice
Jen Hansen Cieslewicz
Joli Arnoldsen Brenchley
What is your favorite family photo? Why is it your favorite?
What is your favorite family photo Why is it your favorite
Julie Mancini
Kathleen Newberry Killgallon
Linda Woody