Posted: Wed Feb 19, 2014 12:02 pm
Post subject: Ray from Minnesota: His Family Search.
"Finding an ancestor is quite difficult, especially for those of us whose ancestors came long before the time when the U.S. Citizenship papers required specific information on the town in Poland from which the ancestor came..."
"I have found that most serious family researchers are among the most friendly and helpful people that you will ever find on the Internet, or in probably in person. One reason for this might be that most of us often spend long periods of times in front of a “brick wall” as they say, not learning anything. But we don’t quit.
We understand that if we keep at it long enough, we may achieve success. So one way to occupy oneself is to help others with their research. Some people have found most of what is possible to find and spend many hours helping others..."
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