- “Drunk and Riotous: Troubled and Troublesome Inebriate Women” by Lesley Hulonce of Workhouse Tales – an interesting part of history
- “Obituary for Toronto Woman, 94, lights up social media” from thestar.com – a look at a lighthearted obituary that’s making the rounds!
- “Ancestors, Inc.: Inside the Remarkable Rise of the Genealogy Industry” by Neal Ungerleider of Fast Company – Interesting look at what is my new profession!
- “Ginnifer Goodwin featured on Who Do You Think You Are Sunday on TLC” by Geneabloggers – it’s back!
- “The Different Camera Icons on FamilySearch.org” by Dana McCullough – I’ve wondered about this!
- “10 Really Funny Genealogy Records” by RootsBid – just for laughs!
- “Genealogy Fairy” by GeneaBloggers – An awesome new grant opportunity brought to you by GeneaBloggers!
- “DNA and the Next Generation” from NextGen
- “Fashion Moments – Hobble Skirt” from Genealogy Lady – I’m always amazed by what women used to wear!
- “Ancestors Please! How to ask for help online” by Marian Pierre-Louis on Legacy Family Tree
- “U.S. National Archives opens an Innovation Hub” by Dick Eastman – great news for those going to the U.S. National Archives!
- “Cemetery Scavenger Hunt Brings Waterloo Region History to Life” from TheRecord.com – a neat look at how to get others interested in such history
- “Have Swedish Roots and Don’t Know How to get Started?” FREE Legacy Family Tree Webinar by Kathy Meade! Free through 29 July so watch it quickly!
- “Brooklyn Public Library just made New York history buffs very happy” from Technical.ly – 107 years of city directories and telephone books easily searchable online!
- FindMyPast Friday!
- Victoria, Convict Register 1842 – 1854
- New South Wales, Convict Death Register 1828-1879
- Queensland Convict register index 1824-1839
- Queensland, St Helena Convict index 1863-1936
- Australia Convict Tickets of Leave 1824-1874
- New South Wales, butts of convicts’ certificates of freedom 1827-1867
- Irish Army Census 1922
- British Army, List of Half-pay Officers 1714
- “London Jewish Synagogue Seatholder Records Go Online” by Dick Eastman – This post highlights an announcement from TheGenealogist
- “New FamilySearch Collections: Week of July 13, 2015” by Dick Eastman – the list is quite long so check out his blog post for links and more information!
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