- “Armistice Blouse” – This week’s Fashion Moment from the Genealogy Lady
- “Ancestry Launches Largest Online Collection of Wills and Probate Records in the United States” by Dick Eastman
- “State Soldiers Home – A Different Place to Look” by Amy Johnson Crow
- FREE webinar by Lisa Alzo: “Break Down Brick Walls in Eastern European Research” – free until September 9th!
- FREE Access this weekend! Here are some websites participating:
- Ancestry.com – offering free access to U.S. birth, death, marriage records, AND to it’s new updated wills! Goes from the 2nd to the 7th!
- American Ancestors/NEHGS – FREE access to some of their taxes, census, and voter records! Go here for more information.
- FREE e-book! The 15 Habits of Highly Frugal Genealogists by Thomas MacEntee – this is what I wrote a book review on yesterday. Get it while it’s free!
- Genealogy Bargains for today from Geneabloggers – includes this weekend’s free access websites!
- “FamilySearch Makes 2.7 Million Historic Records from the 1915 New Jersey State Census Freely Searchable Online” by Dick Eastman
- FindMyPast Friday’s – New Records:
- Prisoners of War 1715-1945
- A video with former POW Dr. Bill Frankland
- A post by Joshua Taylor: “Their Working Lives: Joshua Taylor Explains Why the U.S. Census is your go-to for your Ancestor’s Employment History“
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