- “Genealogy Bargains for Friday 16 September 2016” on Geneabloggers
- “Win a Copy of Guide to DNA Testing and Genetic Genealogy from Shop Family Tree” presented by Geneabloggers – ends on the 19th at 2am CDT!
- “The Surprisingly Long List of Things that Can’t Be Copyrighted” infographic from Who Is Hosting This – A wonderful thing for ALL genealogists to read through, especially those of us who blog.
- “A Place in the County: Living at the County Home” by Amy Johnson Crow on the Ancestry blog
- “How to Find Your Ancestor by Researching Other People” by Amy Johnson Crow
- “The Archive Lady: ‘What is an Archive?’” by Melissa Barker on Geneabloggers
- “FGS Next Project – #FGS2016” on the Ancestry Insider – the War of 1812 Pension Records may be funded, but there’s a lot more out there that still needs money! Here’s what’s next!
- “Reserve Your Spot Now: 2016 Salt Lake Christmas Tour Genealogy Research Trip” by Lisa Alzo on the Accidental Genealogist
- Registration for RootsTech2017 is now open!
- “The Treasure Trove in Legislative Petitions” by Judy G. Russell on Legacy Family Tree Webinars – Free until 21 Sept!
- “2016 Virtual Genealogy Fair” presented by the National Archives – this is FREE and no registration is required! 26 & 27 of October – Also see Angela McGhie’s blog post about it as well
- “Publications – Wayne Research” from Debbie Parker Wayne’s website, this is a list of references for DNA documents and references for DNA analysis – book mark it!
- “Buy This Book!” by Judy G. Russell on her blog, The Legal Genealogist
New and Updated Resources
- “FREE ACCESS – All 111 Million Irish Records on FindMyPast!” This is good until 18 Sept at 11:59 BST
- Randy Seaver of Genea-Musings has the listings of new and updated records for Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org
- FindMyPast Friday’s New/Updated Records:
- Original Will Registers 1858-1920
- Ireland, Catholic Qualification & Convert Rolls 1701-1845
- Ireland Merchant Navy Crew Lists 1863-1921
- Ireland Valuation Office Books
- Lincolnshire Baptisms, Banns, Marriages, Burials, Parish Register
- British Newspapers
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