DNA testing is trendy among Latinos?
WHAT'S IN YOUR GENES? - New York Post
Hmmm . . . mtDNA?
Relative welcomes Fromelles DNA tests
New book by Dan Lynch!
Google Your Family Tree Book — New Genealogy & Family History Resource
Interviews with Elizabeth Shown Mills and
Irish guru John Grenham done during the recent Wholly Genes cruise. And get a
look at one of the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are? episodes.
Roots Television | Og Blog: New Roots Tuesday, November 11
Roots Television | Og Blog: It's Time to Sharpen Your Research Skills!
Your chance to get up close and personal
with Elizabeth Shown Mills.
Free Genealogy Conference Videos on Roots Television: Lectures, education, presentations, workshops,
Big charts on present lists this year . . .
Frugal Christmas Shoppers Turn to Gifts from the Heart for Family Members - International Business
I think those of us who dwell in
genealogy-land are very familiar with this issue, but I was startled to find it
among the top stories on CNN.
Holocaust survivors to Mormons: Stop baptisms of dead Jews - CNN.com
We need more folks like David De Jonge.
Photographer races clock to honor last few World War I vets - CNN.com
More good stuff coming for those
researching Canadian roots.
Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter: Library And Archives Canada Partners With Ancestry.ca
I knew this was coming. If you meet anyone
named Barack a few decades from now, there's a good chance he was born in 2008.
Oh . . . my . . . gosh. Where does Chris
(The Genealogue) find this stuff?
The Genealogue: Genealogue Challenge #139
A great summary of where the Genographic
A Lecture by Spencer Wells » The Genetic Genealogist
Cyndi Howells told me about this remarkable
memorial to the Irish Famine which I definitely have to go check out the next
time I'm in NYC. She and her son Evan explored it shortly before the recent
Wholly Genes cruise. And while you're taking a look, check out the website these photos are hosted
on -- by a fellow who walked every single street of New York City. Pretty cool.
IrishFamine | Images | New York City Walk
This is the kind of story I like to read.
24-7 Family History Circle » WWI Awarded Last Posthumous Medal for Service his Family Didn’t Even Know