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Ancestry.com LIVE: One Question with the Barefoot Genealogist – Tips to Searching Through Passenger Lists

Posted by Nick Cifuentes on November 8, 2011 in Social Media

Join Ancestry’s own barefoot genealogist, Crista Cowan, as she shows you the answer to this week’s question: I’m trying to trace my immigrant grandparents in the early 1900s, what are some tricks to finding them in the passenger lists?

The event will be happening today, November 8, @ 1 pm EST (10 am PST).

The broadcast will be aired on the Ancestry.com Livestream channel, as well as from our Livestream Tab on Facebook.

And if you can’t make it? Don’t worry, you’ll be able to watch the event recording right after it’s over on the Ancestry.com Facebook page.

About our experts:

Crista Cowan has been with Ancestry.com since 2004; her interest in family history, however, reaches all the way back to childhood. Send Crista questions for future events at ask@ancestry.com.

Watch the Livestream broadcast below:

1 comment

Comments
1 gwen lundryNovember 3, 2013 at 8:16 pm

Dear Crista Cowen.
I need to have someone help me out, am Looking for my kin Who
were in Tn , moved up into Mo then into kansas. and my husband
side were in In also.
they were the townsley, James to Coker Lundry line.
My were Parker, Watkins.
How much would it cost to get the Complete Gwnealogist on both
side of our family? thank you Gwen

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