- “British World War II Tunnels Opened to Public” – Very neat!
- “Using Telegrams and Love Letters to Teach World War II” – from PBS – I love this idea!
- “Disconnected by War, Family Reunites through Student History Project” – from PBS and goes along with the previous article
- “Fashion Moments – Bishop Sleeve” – By Genealogy Lady – the next installment in a fantastic series!
- “How to Find Genealogy Information When a Record Doesn’t Exist” by Amy Johnson Crow – great information
- Thomas MacEntee presented his Genealogy Opportunities 2015, which I highlight on Tuesday for anyone who had given a thought to doing genealogy for money:
- “Hellenic Genealogy Conference in Salt Lake City on September 26” article by Dick Eastman and conference home page here.
- “Storyboard Your Family History” by Lisa Alzo – it’s an hour and a half long but FULL of some great information! You can watch this FREE until August 3rd!
- “Beautiful Scotland” – a film by John Duncan using a drone – so beautiful!
- “AncestryDNA ‘Come Find Me’ Viking Ad” – Interesting ad! I kind of like it 🙂
- The Arabella Chapman Project – There’s video, text, and pictures – This is about two photo albums by African American woman and the living interpretive project that University of Michigan is doing with the pictures.
- Old Maps Online – A very neat website!
- 30% Scrivener for Genealogy Boot Camp – goes well with the free webinar from Lisa Alzo!
- Genealogy Bargains for Today from Geneabloggers! 50% off MyHeritage 1 yr subscription ends today!
- “Book Review: Finding Your Irish Ancestors in New York City” Book review by Dick Eastman, book by Joseph Buggy
- “New Online Database of Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga, and Schenectady County, New York, Residents who Died during World War I” – article by Dick Eastman
- FindMyPast Friday new records:
- Norfolk Parish Registers Browse
- British Army Schoolchildren and Schoolmasters 1803-1932
- Royal Hibernian Military School Admissions 1847-1932
- Irish Newspaper Update
- PERSI Quarterly Index Update
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