Interesting -- it
looks as if we've got that last-survivors phenomenon going on here. You know
how the general public tends to become interested when they realize there are
only a few WWI survivors left (pick any conflict for that matter)? Now it's
happening with orphan train riders. Whatever the cause, though, I'm glad this
is getting attention beyond the genealogical world.
He rode the 'Orphan Train' across the country - CNN.com
Very interesting site that was new to me.
Funeral Planning / Memorial Help: Free Tributes, Community, Funeral Home Rating - Otrib.com
Long overdue honors . . .
Army to honor soldiers enslaved by Nazis - CNN.com
A Christmas shout-out to all my Slavic
Genealogy - Tourist Guide - Slovakia - Kosice - Bratislava - Guide to Travel Trip Hotel Info Roots F
Congrats to my Canadian cousin, Michael
Enjoyed this except for the missing website
at the end -- a bit of a tease!
North Bay Editorials, Columns and Opinions on BayToday.ca
Have long been a big fan of Joe Beine!
Online Searchable Death Indexes and Records
Am I the only one who finds this to be a
horrific juxtaposition? Perhaps the fact that I live just a few miles from
Camden is affecting my perspective, but what editor thought it would be a good
idea to put these two stories next to each other simply because they share a
Man Shot, Killed in Camden Cemetery | NBC Philadelphia
The X chromosome is really tricky, but
Blaine does a nice job with this summary.
Unlocking the Genealogical Secrets of the X Chromosome » The Genetic Genealogist
Chris finds the best stories . . .
The Genealogue: Piecing Together the Past
Just like to remind folks about this worthy
group from time to time . . .
More genealogical goodies . . .
Genealogy gifts--totes, journals, t-shirts & more
See you in London!
That's an impressive majority!
80 Percent of Americans Favor Making Genetic Testing MORE Available » The Genetic Genealogist
Check out the article on Unclaimed Persons
in the new issue of Ancestry Magazine (just click on the .pdf link here). If
you'd care to join us, everything you need is on the Facebook page.
Unclaimed Persons - locate the next of kin for unclaimed persons - every life is worth remembering
What folks are saying about the terrific
Bob Velke article.
Genea-Musings: "Making history personal" article about Bob Velke
Tim's happy we're commercial-free for the
Genealogy Reviews Online: Roots TV - Commercial Free!
Read this. You won't regret it.
Old document's recovery yields clues to man's storied start - The Boston Globe