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  1. Q & A April 12th Meeting

    from the May 2008 issue

    At the April IGG meeting President Marilyn Verna turned the meeting over to Marie Pastore to moderate the Question and Answer portion of the meeting Listed below are some of the interesting questions that were presented to our panel of experts The panel members were Anthony DiBartolo John Martino Linda Carco Marilyn Verna and Phil Figario Question on SSDI Can I apply for an application for Social Security card Form SS- even though the insured is not listed in the death index Answer Yes you can apply as long as you have a Social Security Number Question on Trenton aturalizations...

  2. Queries

    from the September 2015 issue

    Members who live in the New York City area have the benefit of attending meetings where they can seek help from our experts or just throw a question or a problem out to the membership and have immediate answers This year we will institute a Query column in our newsletter whereby members can pose questions or have problems solved by other members or our experts Gather your genealogical questions and problems and submit them to Joe Battagliese at jbattag aol com Those who do not have email should mail them to our post office box with attention to Joe Battagliese...

  3. Queries

    from the October 2015 issue

    Members who live in the New York City area have the benefit of attending meetings where they can seek help from our experts or just throw a question or a problem out to the membership and have immediate answers This year we will institute a Query column in our newsletter whereby members can pose questions or have problems solved by other members or our experts Gather your genealogical questions and problems and submit them to Joe Battagliese at jbattag aol com Those who do not have email should mail them to our post office box with attention to Joe Battagliese...

  4. Queries

    from the November 2015 issue

    Members who live in the New York City area have the benefit of attending meetings where they can seek help from our experts or just throw a question or a problem out to the membership and have immediate answers This year we will institute a Query column in our newsletter whereby members can pose questions or have problems solved by other members or our experts Gather your genealogical questions and problems and submit them to Joe Battagliese at jbattag aol com Those who do not have email should mail them to our post office box with attention to Joe Battagliese...

  5. Queries

    from the September 2016 issue

    A member recently inquired about why we no longer post an annual volume index for our published newsletters With the latest website upgrades the index is no longer required The website Members Area now has a Index and Search section Simply log-in to the members login area using your email address and password Click on Newsletters and scroll to the newsletter article search area Enter the name of the article that you are searching for and click Submit Your Search You can search for the full title part of the title a key word or the authors name You can...

  6. Queries

    from the November 2016 issue

    Last month Patti Crispo requested help from our genealogy experts She knew that her ancestors were married at a church in Brooklyn at Lawrence Street by the Rev G Garofalo Patti requested help in finding the name of the parish so that she could obtain a copy of her ancestors marriage record We received several replies from our readers and they pointed to the parish of St Michael Archangel located in Fort Green Brooklyn The tools the researchers used to determine the parish are very interesting Janet Bonica searched for the Rev Garofalo on Google books and St Michael Archangel...

  7. Queries (new Newsletter column & How to Submit Your Queries)

    from the September 2016 issue

    Members who live in the New York City area have the benefit of attending meetings where they can seek help from our experts or just throw a question or a problem out to the membership and have immediate answers In our newsletter we have instituted a Query column whereby members can pose questions or have problems solved by other members or our experts Gather your genealogical questions and problems and submit them to Joe Battagliese at Jbattag aol com Those who do not have email should mail them to our post office box with attention to Joe Battagliese...

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