Raymond Hinton

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Hobbies bring ancestors to life

When writing about yourself or your family, don’t forget to talk about hobbies. Hobbies can say a lot about a person. They reflect personality and character traits that are often missing when you focus solely on the tactical side of life. Talking about day-to-day routines, jobs, military service, or childcare are important, to be sure, … Continue reading

Do-it-yourself Family History, Part 4: Census Records

The most frequently referenced genealogical document is the United States Federal Census. If you are over the age of 10, you’ve probably participated in one (or at least I hope you did). Federal Censuses are taken in the United States every 10 years. The first one was taken in 1790 and the most recent in … Continue reading

My Roots: I need to start somewhere

I was born in the city of Buffalo, New York on June 28, 1965. I have one sister, Karen, who was born in Albion, New York about a year and a half later. We share one half-brother named Charles. He was born in 1963 to my father and his second wife but neither my sister … Continue reading

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