User talk:LindaByam

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Hi again Linda,

I just talked with a very experienced family search person and she suggested that you go to the courty or the state to find their records.  Each state and county are different - but you should find what you are looking for.

joy Wyzer17 18:18, 26 May 2011 (UTC)

Hi Linda,

I am a new missionary at the Wiki Cite in SLC and I am excited about helping you solve your marriage source records finding.  I am learning, but will ask for assistance to further your search.

On Wiki's home page at the very top is a HELP link.  Click on it and it will give you a page with

video demos on Finding a Specific Record Collection.  This may help.

Good Luck and I'll keep in touch!

joy  Wyzer17 17:32, 26 May 2011 (UTC)

Hello, LindaByam!

The Welcoming Committee is here to support you and offer you a warm welcome to a Community that loves Family History. Your questions are important to us. The best place to ask for research advice is in one of the Research Advice Forums. Please post your message there to a "new thread," and let us know if you would like help finding the correct area to post your message to.

I hope your question was answered.  Here is the URL to you question page.

Talk:New Hampshire Marriages (FamilySearch Historical Records)

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Again, welcome! Vlfunk 16:56, 25 May 2011 (UTC)

Thank You!

Hi Linda! 

We wanted to send out a quick letter of appreciation for contributing to the FamilySearch Historical Record article: New Hampshire Marriages. The information you provide is invaluable to those users who are searching out further information about collections in FamilySearch; it helps them make a deeper connection with their research, especially when it has to do with their own ancestry. It’s your contributions that are keeping the project rolling forward. We want you to feel a part of our community here.

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