Genealogy Projects tagged with Lost and found on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Source Documents of Strays found in South African records 1843 - 1989

    Genealogically speaking, a stray is a person described in a record as being from, or connected with, a place outside the area in which an event took place. For example, someone dies in one place, but was born in another. Over the years and for a variety of reasons, many families were scattered around the world. Everyone has uncles, aunts and cousins whose whereabouts and fates are a mystery. ...

  • Lost and Found in Iraq (Jewish)

    Lost and found in Iraq (Jewish) This project is designed to re-unite families to lost individuals on the tree. How many of us had that "Uncle" or "Best Mate of Dads" that did not seem to have any family? How many times in your research do you find someone, who, is a mystery, you want to add him to the tree, but, have no idea where he/she belongs. Can also be used for families with the same ...

  • Lost and found - in Barbados

    There are various projects where, when you find an individual, but have no where to place them in the tree yet, you can "park" them.If you have lost track of a relative , add them to the relevant Lost and Found project, and locals may be able to assist you.This system allows other users to see those profiles, and possibly attach or merge them in to the tree, once verified.When researching we of...

  • Lost and found in Ireland

    Lost and found in Ireland This project is designed to re-unite families to lost individuals on the tree. How many of us had that "Uncle" or "Best Mate of Dads" that did not seem to have any family? How many times in your research do you find someone, who, is a mystery, you want to add him to the tree, but, have no idea where he/she belongs. This is a way to honour that person, and, a place ...

  • Lost and found in USA

    Lost and found in America This project is designed to re-unite families to lost individuals on the tree. How many of us had that "Uncle" or "Best Mate of Dads" that did not seem to have any family? How many times in your research do you find someone, who, is a mystery, you want to add him to the tree, but, have no idea where he/she belongs. This is a way to honour that person, and, a place ...