Sharing What We Know... My Genealogy Tip for Mar 24

@Hate2Iron (7356)
Canada
March 24, 2016 10:50am CST
Yes, I'm still working on the family tree, but I will probably bounce around a lot, but I thought that I would share while it's fresh on my mind. If you are researching a California birth record, they are only available from 1905 to 1995. Before or after... just isn't going to happen... at least right now! Hope that I didn't burst anyone's bubble! :(
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@LadyDuck (122584)
• Switzerland
24 Mar 16
My ancestors were all born in Italy, all in the north. There is a possibility that my very ancient ancestors were of Celtic origin. I have checked the map and in fact the Celts populated the area where my ancestors were born.
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@Hate2Iron (7356)
• Canada
24 Mar 16
I haven't worked on an Italian family tree yet, but my niece just married into an Italian family, so I might be in the near future!!
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@LadyDuck (122584)
• Switzerland
24 Mar 16
@Hate2Iron It's hard to obtain old documents in Italy, it's almost impossible to obtain your own full certificate of birth.
@Marcyaz (36111)
• United States
24 Mar 16
I am not looking for a California birth record but for those who are hope you will still be able to find what you are looking for.
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@Hate2Iron (7356)
• Canada
24 Mar 16
There are always lots of little ways around it but I just didn't want anyone wasting their time looking when they would never be found!!
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@Marcyaz (36111)
• United States
24 Mar 16
@Hate2Iron Yep that would be a waste of time.
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@Corbin5 (82143)
• United States
24 Mar 16
No bubble burst here. All my ancestors never made it past IL. Whew.
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@Hate2Iron (7356)
• Canada
24 Mar 16
Now you are one of the lucky ones. Mine are all over the place. I even found one in Constantinople, My husband swears that is where my coloring comes from! The rest of me all across Europe. It seems that my family never settled down for long.