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Lost Roanoke Colony’s Ft. Raleigh? New Find on Roanoke Island Creates Stir

The following excerpt is from m.obsentinel.com Scott Dawson, a native of Hatteras Island and now a resident of Colington, has shared the location of a discovery he made on National Park Service property with that agency, which has now secured the area and posted surveillance to insure that intruders don’t disturb the site. Doug Stover, […]

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New Volumes now Available on White Slave Children in Colonial Maryland & Virginia – Bundled at 15% Off!

As I blogged in 2014, soon after Dr. Richard Hayes Phillips wrote his first book on the topic, if you’ve got Maryland or Virginia Colonial roots, you really need to see the results of his research. He’s just written two new books on White Slave Children – many of whom many be our ancestors! Following […]

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Archeologists Pursue New Evidence Pointing to What May Have Happened to the Roanoke Island ‘Lost Colony’

The following excerpt is from the August 11, 2015 edition of csmonitor.com: In 1587, a group of 115 men, women, and children made the first attempt to found a permanent English colony in the New World. Led by Englishman John White, the group settled on Roanoke Island off the coast of North Carolina. Later that […]

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Scots-Irish Genealogy Research Bundle of 2 Quick Reference items at 20% Off + a FREE eBook Download!

Scots-Irish research is extremely popular in the United States. It should be, considering that there’s a good chance that if we have colonial ancestry, we may very well have Scots-Irish ancestry. These two quick reference guides – one being Scots-Irish Genealogy Research Genealogy at a glance, and the other Dollarhide’s Colonial Wagon Roads to 1750 […]

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Research Your Colonial American Ancestors with a 20% Discount on a Colonial Research Package at Just $14.32!

This weekend FRPC is offering a bundle of two items specific to Colonial American research as our FRPC Exceptional Bargain offer. The bundle is made up of David Norris’ Tracing Your Colonial American Ancestors, and William Dollarhide’s Colonial Wagon Roads to 1750 InstaGuide. A normal value of $17.90 plus $7 U.S.A. p&h, the package is […]

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