- “Genealogy News for the Holiday Weekend” on Genea-Musings by Randy Seaver – this includes websites that have free offerings for the holiday!
- “Resources, Projects, and More from the ALA Conference” by Amy Johnson Crow – includes a new to me map resource that I have bookmarked!
- “Genetic Genealogy and Native American DNA” on the Genetic Genealogist by Blaine Bettinger
- “Concepts – Genetic Distance” on DNA eXplained by Roberta Estes
- “Update on Our Heroes” on the Legal Genealogist by Judy G. Russell – such an awesome story
- Using RootsMagic? Randy Seaver of Genea-Musings had two great posts on using the software when it came to: “Importing a FamilySearch Family Tree Source into RootsMagic” and “Creating a List of Burials in a Specific Cemetery Using RootsMagic“
- “AncestryDNA Database Reaches Two Million” on Ancestry Insider
- “Genealogy Bargains for Wednesday 30 June 2016” on Geneabloggers
- “New Ancestry Academy Courses” on AncestryInsider – These are new, quick, and FREE on Ancestry.com! They are five minutes or less, so go and enjoy!
- The latest episode of Genealogy Roadshow is available online, which concludes season 3. Catch any of this season’s episodes here!
- FREE webinar TODAY at 6PM British Summer Time (1pm EST) on FindMyPast by Jen Baldwin called “Becoming American: Our Ancestors’ Naturalization” – be sure to check it out!
- FREE webinar on Legacy Family Tree: “Circles or Triangles? What Shape is Your DNA” by Diahan Southard – Free until July 6th!
- “University of Strathclyde and FutureLearn to offer ‘Genealogy: Researching Your Family Tree‘” on Dick Eastman’s blog – the course starts the 18th and it’s free! A wonderful opportunity for any level of genealogist!
- Randy Seaver of Genea-Musings has an updated/new list for FamilySearch and Ancestry.com!
- FindMyPast has FREE access to census and military records in honor of the Battle of the Somme – access ends on July 4th!
- FindMyPast is ALSO offering free access a number of other records in honor of the 4th of July! See Dick Eastman’s blog post for more information
- ALSO: Here’s FindMyPast Friday’s newest records:
- Canada 1911 Census
- British Army Service Records
- British Royal Air Force, Gallantry Awards 1914-1919
- “‘Colonial Justice’ – a Digital Archive of 1729-1812 Rhode Island Court Records” on Dick Eastman’s blog. Also see: “The Most Famous Historic Houses in Each State” – because who wouldn’t want to see that?!
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