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I do genealogy research in Bucks County PA and maintain a website dedicated to the history and genealogy in Bucks County, one of the three original counties in Pennsylvania. Where William Penn settled and Washington Crossed the Delaware. Bucks County History and Genealogy

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20 years as a family researcher and web page historian. Executive Board member of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania,, Advisory Board member of the USGenWeb Project. State Coordinator for the Pennsylvania GenWeb, County Coordinator for PAGenWeb Bucks, Montgomery and Northampton County.


Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, executive board USGenWeb project, Advisory Board, PA State Coordinator Haycock Historical Society, Executive Board


Student of Bucks County History and Bucks County Family History.

What do you like about this subject?

It is like reading a great mystery novel but it never ends.

What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

Professional Genealogist

Something controversial or provocative about this subject

You never know what you might find in your family tree.

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Recent Answers from Nancy Janyszeski

2016-05-11 Genealogy q's regarding research and privacy protection of DNA.:

Hello  -   There are now autosomal DNA tests that test all of your ethnicity and ancestry.  There is no requirement to be male or female, and these tests can find relatives within the "genealogical time

2014-11-19 Genealogy q's regarding research and privacy protection of DNA.:

Hello - I have been working on getting you addition information on the DNA process.  This is not something I have expertise in.    It appears that you have done significant research on the subject.   

2013-04-04 Family Tree Maker and ethical genealogy:

Jon - this is a personal decision.      I personally think that EVERYONE, if possible, has the right to know their parentage. That is what genealogy is all about finding and knowing our heritage.  Your

2012-04-09 Changed surname?:

Sam - he of course may have changed his name. The Social Security act was not signed until 1935 and ID's were not as we know them today.    in addition, as an American Indian he may have had an additional

2012-03-10 family search:

Tanya, there is no reason to believe that these records are not accurate.  These things happened they just were not discussed as much in public.     There was also the issue of taking the time to get married


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