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10 Apr How to Apply to Lineage Societies: Tips from NEHGS



Recorded Webinar:
How to Apply to Lineage Societies: Tips from NEHGS
Presented Live: September 30, 2014

Description:Want to join a hereditary society, such as the Daughters of the American Revolution or the General Society of Mayflower Descendants? Don’t know where to begin? Join genealogist Lindsay Fulton as she provides a step-by-step look at the application process, tips for when you can’t find vital records, and case examples from our research services team.

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4 Comments
  • Simply Impish
    Posted at 00:17h, 10 April

    What an excellent presentation.
    I’m gathering my documentation for several lineage societies and this has been most helpful.
    Thank you!

  • robert rossomando
    Posted at 00:17h, 10 April

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  • Robert Gerrity
    Posted at 00:17h, 10 April

    1.) ArchiveGrid shown as Lindsay's research starting point but is NOT explained. I've never heard of it before.
    2.) Re statement in questions regarding "previously approved lineage documentation" of Mayflower Society. The GSMD may not make them available, but I was able to research such a file at the Massachusetts State Mayflower Society (when it was on the 5th floor). The write up on the family documents submitted may have been by the Cushman applicants or Bowman, but the note did say the family Bible & etc had been sent back to the.  Whether the MSMD still allows this, I don't know, but it was invaluable to me. Thus, if applications are through the state historians, a researcher should always ask, if the its not mentioned in the how-to-apply instructions.
    3.) I look forward to ordering the The Portable Genealogist card on this subject.

    RMG

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