An Irish tease! I
can see that the 1911 census for Counties Kerry and Antrim (and another --
think it might be Down) are joining Dublin shortly. Sometimes when I go to this
site, it's just Dublin, but every once in a while, I can get in there and
search the streets of Ballymoney for my missing Shields-folk. Can't wait until
it stops playing hide-and-seek!
Feeling artsy? Here's a creative family
tree . . .
New videos on RootsTelevision.com - one on
a Jewish family in Venezuela (Una historia, dos países: la saga de la familia
Yecutieli) and another on Dan Lynch's new book, Google Your Family Tree. Enjoy!
Roots Television | Og Blog: New Roots Tuesday, December 9
Hmmm . . . maybe tri-generational
households are making a comeback.
Washington Times - Grannies take top jobs at White House
Shades of Jurassic Park . . .
NewsHour Extra: DNA Discovery May Bring Long-extinct Wooly Mammoth Back to Life | December 9, 2008|
Talk about a small world . . .
The Genealogue: Hey, That's My Car!
I wish this would happen to me! Might make
all the traveling I do a tad more enjoyable!
In an Absolut World, Everyone Would be Welcomed Home
A remarkable resource. I found myself
captivated by the names in the African Names Database.
Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
I seem to post this about once a year.
Haven't splurged myself, but I suppose it could make an interesting and highly
personal gift for that person who has everything.
DNA Portraits: as Personal as Art Can Get - PC World
Thanks to Jimmy Kavanaugh for bring this to
Look what Chris Dunham (aka The Genealogue)
has been up to!
The Genealogue: Who's Blogging Where