Sultan is a small city located in Snohomish County, Washington. The city is located on the north end of the Puget Sound, and is part of the Seattle metropolitan area. The city has a population of over 8,000 people, and is known for its picturesque views and proximity to numerous outdoor recreational activities. The city is also home to a number of local businesses and restaurants. Sultan is a great place to live, work and play. Below you can find the latest news, articles, and videos about Sultan.
Currently, many individuals around the globe are presenting The Family History Guide as a way to help Latter-day Saints in their involvement with family history work. To assist in these efforts, we have created a slide deck that can be used, along with the website, to describe how the website works and how it can be used by Church members to achieve their temple and family history goals. The presentation is titled The Family History Guide: Helping to Gather Israel and is available in the Consultant Training Tools page of the Trainers menu. It can be delivered in about 50 minutes, with time for a brief Q&A session at the end. The slides can be downloaded and customized for individual use as needed. The slides have speaker notes with instructions for switching between the live website and the slide deck. Here is a summary of the topics that are covered in the presentation: About Gathering Israel What Is The Family History Guide? How Does The Family History Guide Help? The Tour For Consultants Sharing The Family History Guide Q&A Session We hope you enjoy The Family History Guide: Helping to Gather Israel and find it useful in helping others deepen their love of family history and temple work.
Book Title: The Hussar’s Duty Series: The Winged Warrior Series Author: Griffin Brady Publication Date: May 18, 2023 Publisher: Trefoil Publishing Page Length: 538 Genre: Historical Fiction The Hussar’s Duty by Griffin Brady Blurb: Poland’s most valiant winged hussar is called to fight in a campaign ripe for disaster. But he must also protect those he loves from jackals waiting to pounce. How does he choose between duty and devotion when death is on the line? When Sultan Osman II sends Poland'
Note: This article was published previously on the Granite FamilySearch Center blog site. One of the new sources added to FamilySearch this year is NUMIDENT which stands for “Numerical Identification Files.” The U.S. Social Security Administration created NUMIDENT files to record the earnings of US workers and to determine what benefits each person was authorized to have. The index only contains information for deceased individuals and was gathered from three record types—Social Security applications, deaths, and claims. Each compiled record includes the following fields: Name of the deceased person Birth date Gender Birth city Social security number Birth state or country Parents’ names Death date Because the NUMIDENT file contains information about a person from different times in his/her life, often there are multiple name variants listed in the NUMIDENT file. These files record a verified death of people born between 1936 and 2007 or who would have been over 110 years old by December 31, 2007. This makes the records useful because they may contain the complete death dates of people who have been found in the 1940 or 1950 census and do not yet have other published death records. If researchers only have a census record to document family members, the NUMIDENT record also provides the complete birth date, birth location and parents’ names of the person. NUMIDENT records for some women will show multiple surnames indicating more than one possible spouse. For some people, name variations, nicknames and aliases may be included in the NUMIDENT record. As an example, I found the following NUMIDENT record for my mother-in-law, Winifred Wilkinson Bates: The record shows that when she first applied for a Social Security card, her name was Winifred Wilkinson (her maiden name). After her marriage in 1955, she applied again using her married name Winifred Wilkinson Bates. She made another application in 1977 using that same name after the death of her spouse, and her death record shows a slight variation, Winifred W. Bates. Her exact birth date and location, death date, sex, race, and parents’ names are also provided in the file. NUMIDENT provides a valuable new source that will be especially helpful for those just beginning to work on their family history and who know little about their roots. I recently was able to help a man find three of his grandparents’ names using NUMIDENT. It was an exciting and moving discovery for him! You can learn more about NUMIDENT records from the following sources: https://aad.archives.gov/aad/content/aad_docs/rg047_num_faq_2018Dec.pdf https://www.familysearch.org/en/wiki/United_States,_Social_Security_Numerical_Identification_Files_(NUMIDENT)_-_FamilySearch_Historical_Records -Marianne Bates, Consultant, Granite FamilySearch Center
An archaeological expedition from the University of Gothenburg recently discovered tombs outside the Bronze Age trading metropolis Hala Sultan Tekke in Cyprus. The precious tomb artifacts indicate that their occupants ruled the city, which was a center for the copper trade in the period 1500–1300 BCE.