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Happy Birthday, Louis Armstrong! - MyHeritage.com - English blog

Shared by MyHeritage

blog.myheritage.com - This month marks the birthday of musical icon Louis Armstrong, known by his nicknames Satchmo or Pops. As an American jazz trumpeter and singer, he was one of the most influential jazz musicians in...

Reviewing the Irish registers

cassmob.wordpress.com - The days have ticked along and I imagine many of us have crossed eyes from staring at the digitised Irish Catholic parish registers…I know I have! Hasn’t the National Library of Ireland done us all...

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog: Why Canadians Missed Out on JK Rowling Episode of Who Do You Think You Are

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olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com - August 4, 2015 Why Canadians Missed Out on JK Rowling Episode of Who Do You Think You Are Last week Canadians saw many promos for the upcoming episode on Who Do You Think You Are? featuring J.K. Ro...

Free webinar — Canadian copyright for family historians

Shared by Celia Lewis

genealogyalacarte.ca - Tonight’s Ontario Genealogical Society monthly webinar will be open to OGS members — as well as the general public. Kathryn Lake Hogan will present Canadian Copyright for Family Historians at 7:00 ...

Why Canadians didn’t see the JK Rowling episode of WDYTYA?

Shared by Ruth Blair

genealogyalacarte.ca - A number of Canadians were disappointed Sunday night when they tuned into TLC’s Who Do You Think You Are? to watch the BBC episode with J.K. Rowling. Instead, we saw a repeat of the Cynthia Nixon e...

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Weekly Blog Update | Genealogy Tip of the Day

genealogytipoftheday.com - Every week (usually on Sunday), I send a summary of my blog posts during the week to: There are a few additional items in the update that are not posted to the blogs, including: This update is sepa...

The British GENES blog: Bringing back websites from the dead

Shared by Chris Paton

britishgenes.blogspot.com - Bringing back websites from the dead One of the most frustrating things that we can encounter in our research is a website that seems to be a gift from the genealogical gods, only for that site to ...

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