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Roanoke students use online tools to research history, including their own - Roanoke Times: Education

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Genealogy Ninja

roanoke.com - Whether it’s their own family or lesser known figures from the Colonial era, a group of Roanoke students are learning about the past beyond what can be found in a book. An online service is needed ...

The Israel State Archives are heading online

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Ottawa Family Tree

bloodandfrogs.com - The Israel State Archives has announced that they are close to launching a new web site with digitized versions of some of the millions upon millions of documents they hold from the history of the ...

Diary of an Australian Genealogist: Talks, articles & webinars - Genealogy notes 22-28 Feb 2015

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sonya ash pryor

diaryofanaustraliangenealogist.blogspot.com - Hard to believe that it is the end of February already. Having only 28 days doesn't help but it seems to have gone by in a blur but I have been busier than normal with my nursing duties on top of e...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): British GENES podcast launch

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UK Genealogy

britishgenes.blogspot.com - British GENES podcast launch Well I've been toying with this as an idea for a while, and have finally bitten the bullet - the British GENES Podcast is born! The aim of the new monthly podcast will ...

Australian Family Tree Connections – March 2015 Issue Out Now

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lyn friswell

gouldgenealogy.com - March has arrived, and there sitting in our letterbox on Friday was the March 2015 edition of Australian Family Tree Connections magazine … just in time for some weekend reading. Along with all the...

Nutfield Genealogy: March 2015 Genealogy and Local History Event Calendar

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UK Genealogy

nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com - March 27, Friday, 9am – 12:30pm, Digitizing Basics: Editing, Preserving and Sharing Family Photographs, at the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 99 – 101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachuse...

Carolina Girl Genealogy: This Week On My Family History Calendar

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Genealogy Ninja

carolinagirlgenealogy.blogspot.com - Sunday, March 1, 2015 This Week On My Family History Calendar March 1-March 7 March 6~     My maternal 4th Great Grandmother, Martha (Parnold) Brazell (1795-1876 ) died 139 years ago in Richland Co...

Aunt Barb's Papers: Asking For Help The Right Way

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Nan & Biff Barnes

auntbarbspapers.blogspot.com - Asking For Help The Right Way In general, genealogists are very helpful people.  Most genealogists love putting on their detective hat and helping others solve a mystery.   I belong to several gene...

Paul Anthony : Scougal

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Paul Anthony

paulanthonys.blogspot.com - To penetrate the Scougal heritage the Battles of Carham, Bannockburn and Flodden are examined. Along the way we examine the oldest Royal Charter in British history to find a Scottish King who ceded...

Your Genetic Genealogist: Switched at Birth: Unraveling a Century-Old Mystery with DNA

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JGS of Toronto

yourgeneticgenealogist.com - The following is a guest post by Alice Plebuch demonstrating the potential of DNA testing. When Alice first contacted me about two and a half years ago with the beginning of this incredible tale, I...

500 Best Genealogy and Family History Tips

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Lynn Heiden

gen-ebooks.com - '500 Best Genealogy and Family History Tips' could be be described as a 'brain dump' of me, Thomas MacEntee, and my many years of knowledge about genealogy and family history.  Basically what I've ...

From Yorkshire to America

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Jan Newsom

familyhistorydaily.com - Mosey, my married name, is an unusual American surname, with no obvious ethnic origin.  But I have learned that it’s English in origin—Yorkshire, to be specific.  My husband’s great-grandfather Rob...

Jana's Genealogy and Family History Blog: Follow Friday ~ Fab Finds for February 27, 2015

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Kassie Nelson

janasgenealogyandfamilyhistory.blogspot.com - Thanks for mentioning my blog post on your list this week, Jana! Thanks Jana for including my blog on this great list! Thanks for including me Jana. Have a great weekend! Thanks for the mention Jan...

The Sweet Travels of John Bollwinkel

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Todd Harrison

ancesteralstories.wordpress.com - Johan Bollwinkel, or “John” as he was known for most of his life, was my 3rd great grandfather. He is the only German family line in my ancestry that I know of. His story is one of world travel and...

A note of thanks from Bryan Westwood

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Peter Pidgeon

wepidgeon.com - Following Wep’s Sunday Telegraph Art review of Bryan Westwood’s exhibition at Bonython Gallery in October 1975, he received the following note of thanks from Bryan. Thank you very much for your mos...

Meet My New Editor - Grammarly

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RememberMe_RT

thearmchairgenealogist.com - I have come accross this recently, and been trialling it. Looks just the thing for me. Lynn - Thanks for this useful information! I downloaded Grammarly as a Chrome extension. Quick research tells ...

BBC - iWonder - Who was the real Thomas Cromwell?

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Wendy Bosberry-Scott

bbc.co.uk - Thomas Cromwell was a man who rose up from the back streets of Putney to be Henry VIII's right hand man. In Wolf Hall he’s portrayed as an idealist who masterminded the King’s divorce from Catherin...

Louise

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