<![CDATA[NHGenealogist.com & NewEnglandGenealogist.net - Blog Archives]]>Wed, 07 Oct 2015 12:24:11 -0500Weebly<![CDATA[New Class & Dates: Tips & Treasures: Navigating Ancestry & FamilySearch]]>Wed, 19 Aug 2015 21:39:55 GMThttp://nhgenealogist.com/2/post/2015/08/new-class-dates-tips-treasures-navigating-ancestry-familysearch.html

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<![CDATA[Genealogy Classes in NH - The Next Sets of Dates Have Arrived!]]>Fri, 14 Aug 2015 22:19:47 GMThttp://nhgenealogist.com/2/post/2015/08/genealogy-classes-in-nh-the-next-sets-of-dates-have-arrived.html
Londonderry Historical Society's Parmenter Barn,  Londonderry, NH
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What does the Beginner Class offer?Course Description: This course offered by Amylynne Murphy, MS of NewEnglandGenealogist.com, will explore key components of genealogy for the new family researcher. Students will begin to learn what & how to find both online & offline records, as well as have a basic understanding of sourcing & staying organized. 

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Getting Started
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Tips & Treasures Online:
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<![CDATA[Mystery Monday - Mourning Cards for Amos Heston d. June 31 1890 & Jehiel Annis d. May 7 1896, both of St. Joseph County, Indiana]]>Mon, 10 Aug 2015 13:11:15 GMThttp://nhgenealogist.com/2/post/2015/08/mystery-monday-mourning-cards-for-amos-heston-d-june-31-1890-jehiel-annis-d-may-7-1896-both-of-st-joseph-county-indiana.html
Recently my husband inherited these 1890's Mourning or Memorial Cards. So far, I haven't figured out why we have them. I thought I'd share them and maybe they'll help someone who has them in their tree.

They are black cardboard with gold lettering, on the back of Amos Heston's card it is written very faintly "Amos Heston died July 31 1890". I have no idea why that differs from the front, but I have a few guesses. Perhaps, the cards were printed incorrectly, the notation on the back is incorrect or maybe they jumped the gun printing them & he lived an extra month. Both men appear to be from St Joseph County, Indiana.

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<![CDATA[New England Genealogist - Researching New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut & more. Serving your genealogy needs in New England & beyond.]]>Fri, 31 Jul 2015 15:28:52 GMThttp://nhgenealogist.com/2/post/2015/07/new-england-genealogist-researching-new-hampshire-maine-vermontmassachusettsconnecticut-more-serving-your-genealogy-needs-in-new-england-beyond.htmlPicture
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New Hampshire State Archives & Vital Records, Concord, NH
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University of New Hampshire Special Collections, Durham, NH
Rockingham County Courthouse, Brentwood, NH
Hillsborough County Courthouse, Manchester & Nashua, NH
Strafford County Courthouse, Dover, NH
Merrimack County Courthouse, Concord, NH
Cheshire County Courthouse, Keene, NH
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Coos County Courthouse, Lancaster, NH
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Maine State Archives, Augusta, ME
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Maine Historical Society, Portland, ME
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<![CDATA[New on Ancestry.com! U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007]]>Sat, 25 Jul 2015 22:48:30 GMThttp://nhgenealogist.com/2/post/2015/07/new-on-ancestrycom-us-social-security-applications-and-claims-index-1936-2007.htmlPicture
OMG, can you guess what I'll be doing for the next week?!?

This index of applications list applicant's names, parents (sometimes), SSN, birthdate, birth place, death date, and more. They do not list residence in the index, so be sure to use the details above to aid in your search instead. Remember not everyone will be listed. This what Ancestry.com says about not being able to find some people & some other information.
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Why can't I find the person I'm looking for?
It could be that the person you're looking for does not meet the criteria for inclusion in the database. For example, you will not find living people. It is not an index to all deceased individuals who have held Social Security Numbers. It is not a database of all deceased individuals who have received Social Security Benefits, or whose families have received survivor benefits. Also, deaths reported by the states rather than other institutions may be not be included. This database contains basic information about people with Social Security numbers whose deaths have been reported to the Social Security Administration or who would be more than 110 years of age if still living.

Why can’t I see certain parents' names in the records?
Ancestry follows publishing guidelines similar to the approach used by the Social Security Administration when individuals request related records. Unless the deceased would be at least 75 years old today, we do not publish the parents' names in these records.

Why can’t I see the Social Security Number?
If the Social Security Number is not visible on the record index it is because Ancestry.com does not provide this number for any person who has passed away within the past 10 years.

How can I get a copy of the original records?
The Social Security Administration makes copies of the original Social Security application form (the SS-5) available to third parties who request information on a deceased individual. The SS-5 form contains some additional information not found in the computer extracts in our database (such as the individual’s employer when he or she first applied for a Social Security number). It may also contain the individual’s actual signature.

The Social Security Administration charges $27.00 for each SS-5 form requested.

To request this information, use the Social Security Administration’s online request form. Be sure to include the Social Security number if known. Without the Social Security number, the fee is $29.

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<![CDATA[Michele Santoro & Rosina Calogero, Italy & Waterbury, CT]]>Sat, 04 Jul 2015 11:38:23 GMThttp://nhgenealogist.com/2/post/2015/07/michele-santoro-rosina-calogero-italy-waterbury-ct.html
Michele Santoro of Italy & Waterbury, CT
The other night we were given a photo/painting of Michele Santoro of Italy & Waterbury, CT & a note handwritten by his son, Dr Joseph Louis Santoro of Waterbury, CT:

"My Grandfather Donato Santoro born in town of Avigliano, Providence of Potenza, Italy - by trade a blacksmith and did a great deal of artistic iron work. He decided to move to Genzano, Italy and opened a blacksmith shop there. After sometime he decided to get married (wife's name unknown). From this marriage he had 1 son called Joseph. Joseph had 3 sons- Domenioli, Donato, Michele and one daughter Carmella - {circled in the side margin is Del Buono

Year later wife died and remarried to Grazia Maria Muscillo - They had one son, Michele & 4 daughters. 1) daughter went to France 2) daughter married a man by name of [Boucello?] T. Braggio of Potenza Italy 3) daughter married Falanga whose son was a druggist named Donato came to Brooklyn NY 4) daughter married Angelo Pallotti- issue Don Cano - Palotti - a lawyer in Italy 5) Caterina married had a daughter died

Grandfather died in 1914 - Genzano, Italy"

Another note says:
My mother Rosina Callogero daughter of Donna & Luigi Calogero only daughter - Rosina Cologero -Year later - her father died and grandmother remarried - She married a man named Gentile - from this marriage had one daughter - and one boy Gaetano Gentile was a shoemaker) - daughter Maria Rose Gentile - who married Salvatore Mastandrea - in Waterbury"

In another note he says Rosina was his grandmother but then goes on to talk about Donna & Luigi Calogero, so it seems it may just be a mistake.

Dr Joseph Louis Santoro's father was Michele (son of Donato). J.L. Santoro's siblings were Dr. Grace M. Santoro; Philomino Phyllis Marie Santoro m: Augustine Gustavo M. Parisi; Margaret m: John Arthur Cunningham; Donato Mario Santoro m: Orphia "Helen" removed to Los Angeles, CA; Daniel Santoro; William Anthony Santoro m: Ethel E. removed to Dayton, Ohio

Dr Joseph Louis Santoro married Lucille Marguerite Johnson - 

<![CDATA[Beginner Genealogy Classes Londonderry NH]]>Tue, 23 Jun 2015 16:49:44 GMThttp://nhgenealogist.com/2/post/2015/06/beginner-genealogy-classes-londonderry-nh.htmlMonday Nights
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 Londonderry NH 03053 

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<![CDATA[Susan Helen (Santoro) DeRoche, Port Charlotte, FL]]>Sat, 20 Jun 2015 12:02:56 GMThttp://nhgenealogist.com/2/post/2015/06/susan-helen-santoro-deroche-port-charlotte-fl.html
Susan Helen (Santoro) DeRoche, 71, of Port Charlotte, FL passed away Tuesday June 16 2015 at the Fawcett Memorial Hospital in Port Charlotte after a long illness. Susan was born November 29 1943 in Waterbury CT, a daughter of the late Joseph Louis Santoro & Lucille Margaurite Johnson. Susan grew up in Waterbury CT & was later a longtime resident of Windham NH & Greenville SC.

Susan had a feisty and funny spirit full of life, and love for family.  She was a longtime employee of the Digital Corporation in Salem, NH. She was a former member of the Friends of the Library in Windham, NH, and was a Speech teacher at Golden Brook School. She loved games of chance, and the lights of the best casinos with her mother by her side for many years.

She is survived by her husband of 23 years, John DeRoche of Port Charlotte FL, her daughter & son-in-law, Polly Louise & David VanTassell of Londonderry, NH, her son & daughter-in-law Romeyn Todd & Amylynne Murphy of Hampstead, NH, children by marriage - Michelle Mencer, of Mystic, CT, Gina Despres, of Windham, NH, Nicholas DeRoche, of Plaistow, NH, John DeRoche, Jr,  of Plaistow, NH, Stephen DeRoche of Braintree, Ma; Grandchildren - Brandy C. Mulhare of Gales Ferry CT, Alexander D. Murphy of Norwich CT, Mandy & Hannah Foster of Florida, & one great grand-son, Brayden Allen McCoy of Florida. As well as, her brother Louis Santoro of Waterbury CT, & her sister Mary Ellen (Walsh) Small of California.  A memorial service and gathering of friends & family will be held at the home of Romeyn & Amylynne Murphy, 20 Starwood Dr., Hampstead, NH on Sunday July 12 2015 at 11am.

The family requests that donations be made in lieu of flowers to the COPD Foundation, 3300 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Miami, FL 33134.

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