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  1. Ashley Riddle

    Good Morning!
    I recently have started looking into my family tree, after I was informed that my grandfather was a Polish refugee who escaped and lived through the Holocaust when he was a kid. I have been doing interviews with my older family members and keeping them on record. Trying to learn about my family’s history sadly, keeps bringing me to dead ends. My Great Aunt told me our family had an “unspoken code” to not bring the conversation up in front of him, and he refused to talk about what he went through, although my grandmother knew almost everything. So, I decided to try ancestry websites. I found a lot of sites that talk about how to get started and the best way to dig up family records. Your page https://regenerationnet.com/links/ gave me a lot of great ways to perfect my search.
    I also found another page on True People Search – an article called
    A Genealogist’s Guide to Tracing People from Our Past that touches a wide base of instructions on oral interviews, preserving old photos, and looking into old documents. I think it might help others out there who are just getting started, too! I know it helped me out a lot and helped me find my great-great- grandfathers restaurant, which is still standing. I’d love to know I can help other families!
    PS, I’d love to hear any other tips you have! Thanks!!

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