- Find My Past Fridays-New Records: Jersey, Lancashire, Connecticut and New Jersey
- (UK) National Archives Announces the Opening of Prisoner of War Archives
- NIH wants 1 Million Americans to Contribute to a New Pool of Genetics Data
- ArkivDigital Will be Free this Weekend
- Genome of Man Who Died in 1827 Has Been Reverse-Engineered Without Any Remains
- What can Your Ancestry Tell You about Neurological Diseases?
- Update: the Journal of Genealogy and Family History
- Another Humorous (?) Tombstone
- This Newsletter is Sponsored by MyHeritage
- Elkhart County (Indiana) Historical Society Receives a $37,000 Grant to Digitize Parts of Its Collection
- Who’s in Your Family Tree?
- Overgangsdatums indexering
- The Art of Remembering: 9 Tips for Capturing Personal and Family Stories
- 18 Writing Tips for 2018: How to Tell Personal and Family Stories with Confidence
- A Sacrifice of Time: Indexing
- What’s New: FamilySearch Places
- What’s New: Search Records at Home
- Using Obituaries to Find Your Family
- Who Is on Your Family’s Ofrenda?
- Consultant-Specific Training Available at RootsTech 2018
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Join us on Wednesday, January 17 at 7:00 pm for our next Family History Roundtable event. This event is free and open to all.
Preserving our memories is something many family researchers do. However, it can occasionally seem time-consuming and expensive. Years ago, as part of a Christmas present, an Irish friend sent me a recording on cassette tape. It includes some of my … Continue reading
Our library recently received a donation of LaSalle Military Academy yearbooks for the years 1930-1933. For those who might be unfamiliar with the LaSalle Academy, it was a Catholic military boarding school in Oakdale, New York, which closed in 2001. … Continue reading
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Back in June, I posted that FamilySearch.org was discontinuing its microfilm distribution services. Because significant progress was made in their digitization work, FamilySearch.org decided it was unnecessary to continue the microfilm program. There was some concern by researchers that this … Continue reading
At our last genealogy program, Rick Fogarty showed us the International Society of Genetic Genealogy Wiki comparison charts, which can be very helpful in selecting DNA tests. If you did not take notes or were unable to attend, here are … Continue reading
Because a number of people have expressed confusion over search results for New York City marriages in the Ancestry.com database, “Birth, Marriage & Death,” I thought that topic would be worthy of an article. The confusion occurs when, depending on … Continue reading