- “The Holocaust’s Youngest Survivors: Three People Born in a Concentration Camp on Their Incredible Bond,” This is just an incredible story.
- “In Detroit, A Jewish Cemetery Survives within a GM Auto Plant” – I had no idea it existed! Interesting story.
- Right in time for Mother’s Day: “1941: Inside the Demanding Life of an American Mother” – a neat picture story of what the daily life was like for a mother before the war.
- The second installment of Genealogy Lady’s “Identifying Everyday Clues in Photographs” is out! Her first article can be found here and the second can be found here. There is wonderful information found in both! A must-read for those with old family photos!
- Can’t get to NGS? You can follow news on Twitter by following #NGS2015GEN and you can read about day 1 from Dick Eastman (EOGN) here and day 2 here. It isn’t the same as being there, true, but at least it keeps you informed!
- “Reading Swedish Birth and Christening Records 1893” by the Swedish Genealogy Guide. Short video, only a little over 7 minutes but if you have Swedish ancestry, this is great to see what you’d be looking at when looking at Christening records!
- FREE Webinars! “Make Your Ancestry Come Alive Using Your DNA” by Peter J. Roberts, which will be presented on 20 May and brought to you by the Georgia Genealogical Society. AND Judy G. Russell’s “Martha Benshura – Enemy Alien” on 20 May as well and brought to you by Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
- Top 100 Genealogy Sites Mega-Search – from Many Roads. Gives the top 100 Genealogy Websites of 2015 (from Genealogy in Time) with links to everything and tells you if it’s a free or pay site. Great information to have!
- FindMyPast Friday’s has new records for you! They include Dublin Workhouses Admission and Discharge Registers 1840-1919; Dublin Poor Law Unions Board of Guardians Minute Books; British Newspapers; Nottinghamshire baptisms and burials; Northern Territory Birth Index 1870-1918, marriage index 1870-1913, and death index 1870-1913. Enjoy!
- Irish Lives Remembered is an e-magazine that is FREE! Check out a write up about the magazine from EOGN here and subscription information (and more about the magazine) here.
- Kalkaska County, Michigan has digitized some of their newspapers and is now available on their library’s website! Check out an article by EOGN here and check out the library’s website here.
- New FamilySearch records added! There’s too many for me to list here but EOGN has a lovely table of all their new records which you can find here!
Enjoy your weekend everyone!
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