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Monday Mentionables - 10/01/2012
9/23 - 9/24/2012 - There have been many wonderful blog posts this past week. Here are but a few that have been extraordinaire: The World is Black and White The In-Depth Genealogist and reflections on B&W family photographs. My top ten, can’t miss, websites Genealogy’s Star shares their favorites. ‘Lost Village’ of Studmarsh Unearthed by Archealogists GeneaNet links us to this fascinating news. Castrated Men Outlive Other Guys Topix brings us the link to this story. The Learning Channel May Pick Up “Who Do You Think You Are?” Genealogy Blog brings us a teaser . The Joy of Facebook The In-Depth Genealogist tells us why FB can be a good thing! Courthouse Research Tips From the Virtual Genealogy Conference Genealogy Insider brings us these great tips! Archaeologists Dig Up Wrong Body: Mona Lisa Skeleton Still Not Found GeneaNet links us to this story. 150-Year Old Bible Returns to Family After 140 Years Genealogy Blog br...

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Replied - 10/08/2012
10-1 to 10-7-2012 - Another great week, and so many good articles to read! Here are but a few that I found exceptional this past week: Tuesdays Tip – Find United Kingdom/ Ireland Information at GenUKI Site GeneaMusings brings us the link. Dublin mother’s diary about son missing in World War One goes online Independent brings us this story. Very touching. Upper Marlboro, Maryland - Historical Graves Moved to Build Shopping Center GeneaNet links us to this story. Connecticut Woman is Fighting to Clear Her Ancestor of Witchcraft Business Insider brings us this story of a woman trying to clear her 7x-great-grandmother. U.S. National Archives fees increase Paula’s Genealogical Eclectica brings us the bad tidings. Bodies of WWI Soldiers Discovered in Italy GeneaNet brings us the link to this news. Alamo commander’s ‘Victory or Death’ letter at center of tug-of-war between 2 Texas agencies The Washington Post brings us this story. National Archives (N...

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Replied - 10/15/2012
October 7-14, 2012 - The following are but a few of the many, many wonderful blog posts this week which have been entertaining and educational. If you aren't reading these blogs, please take a moment to read these articles now. And if you enjoy the read, please be sure to sign up at each web site to receive their latest posting in your favorite reader! When was the last time you asked for help? Genealogy’s Star shows us that everyone needs a little help now and then. Looking Forward Forgotten Bookmarks brings us a review on a book written in 1899 foretelling the future of 1999. Genealogy beginner?   Here are the basics Genealogy News brings us the link to this article aimed for the beginner, but worthy of a read by the most experienced as well. Mammoth Carcass Found in Siberia BBC News brings us this story, found by an 11-year old. Russia’s oldest singing granny uses Eurovision fame to find grave of father who died in WWII The Washington Post bring...

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Replied - 11/19/2012
Here are but a few of the blogs which posted very interesting materials this past week: Vandalism in Cemeteries Seems to be Running Rampant -- What Can We Do? UpFront with NGS brings us this update and what we can do about the problem. Unearthing a Civil War Time Capsule StarTribune brings us the story of an unexpected find. A World War II Service Mystery – Frank Winkler The In-Depth Genealogist   brings us this great story. Your Tribal DNA: Fingerprints and Footprints The In-Depth Genealogist brings us this article on how DNA determines a little more about us. NEHGS Has Many Searchable Periodicals Online Genea-Musings   brings us this update. Perfectly Preserved: 21 German Soldiers Found Entombed in a World War One Shelter World War History Online brings us this fascinating discovery. National Archives to Display Original Emancipation Proclamation for 150 th Anniversary Genealogy Blog brings us this news.

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Replied - 11/26/2012
11-19 to 11-25 November - Another great week! Here are a few of my favorite blog posts from this past week: Scavenger Hunt at Grandma’s House! Genealogy Insider brings us some great activities to introduce the kids to genealogy! Why Join A Genealogical Society Elyse’s Genealogy Blog gives us compelling reasons why we should be a part of a genealogy society. DNA Testing for Genealogy – Getting Started is Often the Hardest Part! UpFront with NGS brings us part three of this informational article. God and Horses Ask a Genealogist brings us this wonderful alternative use for a genealogy program!

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