- Amy Johnson Crow had some good ones this week: “The Question You Need to Ask When You’re Stuck on Your Genealogy” and “5 Photos You Should Take at the Cemetery“
- “Famous Faces in the 1939 Register” from FindMyPast
- “Family History NaNoWriMo Contest 5-8 November 2015” from Geneabloggers
- “Fashion Moments – Jan Ernst Matzeliger” by Deborah Sweeney at the Genealogy Lady – this was quite a neat article, especially since I do love shoes!
- “50 Gifts for Genealogists – 2015” – From Diane Boumenot at One Rhode Island Family – a great list!
- “Beards and Mustaches: 5 Styles in Old Photos” from Maureen Taylor, the Photo Detective
- “Of Maps and Data” by Carlyn Osborn on the Library of Congress Worlds Revealed: Geography and Maps – a new blog that will discuss maps from the past, present, and future!
- “Adding New Source Citation in Ancestry” from Randy Seaver on Genea-Musings – A great article on how to add sources in Ancestry with Evidence Explained quality citations
- “November 2015 Webinar – In-laws and Outlaws: The Bylaws of Talking about the Family Skeletons” brought to you by the Illinois State Genealogical Society – you can watch it FREE if you catch it live November 10th, 8pm CST!
- “BCG Offers Free Webinar Tuesday November 17th” – Harold Henderson, CG, will be presenting “Do You Have the Reflexes You Need to Become Certified?” – register now and sign in early!
- Free Access to the Native American Collection from Fold3 – From November 1-15!
- “Free Access to Our Cemetery Databases” from New England Historic Genealogical Society – you have until November 7th to look through these!
- “Introducing Search Connect (TM) – every search is now a record!” On MyHeritage Blog – check out their new service!
- “InMemory: Ancestry Launches Historic WWII Canadian Records Collection and Offers FREE Access November 6 to November 11” – by Dick Eastman on his blog (EOGN) – The announcement is from Ancestry.ca so for any Canadian readers out there, this is for you!
- “Steve Morse adds 1921 Canadian Census to the One-Step Web Pages” by Dick Eastman on EOGN
- FindMyPast Friday’s:
- 1939 Register
- Additional Burials from Yorkshire, England
- Marriage Licenses from Cambridgeshire, England, 1684-1811
- Lloyd’s Register of Merchant Ships Index 1843
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