- If you don’t have Facebook, you may have missed the fun pedigree charts that popped up all over! My feed was full of them and I created one as well, which I shared in a post yesterday. If you’d like to make one, Miriam from AnceStories created a how-to: “Birthplace Pedigree Fun” – this also includes a link to the Google doc! Have fun and share on Facebook! 🙂
- “Genealogy Bargains for Thursday 24 March 2016” on Geneabloggers
- “Do I Really Need to Join My Local Society? I Have No Ancestors from My Area…” by Peggy Clemens Lauritzen on her blog – such a good question and a wonderful answer!
- “Loneliness in Waitrose” on the blog Fabulous Oldies by Duncan Raban – such a lovely story!
- “Zeroing in On the House’s Construction Date, Part 1” on Home Scribe History – great for those of us who like House History Research
- “Don’t Trust the Ancestry.com Will and Probate Record Indexes” by Randy Seaver on Genea-Musings
- “US Women in World War I in Photographs” on Dick Eastman’s blog
- “Introduction to German Parish Records” by Gail Blankenau on Legacy Family Tree Webinars – free until 30 March!
- “ESM’ QuickLesson #2” by DearMyrtle – Dear Myrtle is studing the works of Elizabeth Shown Mills, beginning with her QuickLessons. Watch to learn more about citations and analysis!
- “New or Updated Record Collections at FamilySearch.org – 13 to 19 March 2016” AND “Added or Updated Databases at Ancestry.com – Week of 13 to 19 March 2016” both on Genea-Musings by Randy Seaver
- “Florida Database of Car Registrations 1905-1917” on Dick Eastman’s blog
- FindMyPast Friday‘s new records:
- Billion Graves Cemetery Index for Wales, Scotland, England, Canada, United States, Ireland, New Zealand, and Australia
- British Royal Navy Seamen 1899-1924
- London, Westminster Marylebone Census 1821 & 1831
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