Legacy News writes about the Family History Archive at BYU, an amazing repository of family histories, all of which can be viewed online as PDF files.
DavidLambertBlog.com answers the question Why there may be multiple marriage locations for your Ancestor.
GeneaBlogie argues that there are No Easy Cases in genealogy.
Genealogy Blog makes easier the task of Finding a German Place When all You Know is the Start of the Town Name.
Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter wonders, Will we soon be Phasing out Printed Books?
Family Matters expounds the virtues of Firefox Search Features - A Researcher's Best Friend, an assessment with which I wholeheartedly agree.
DearMyrtle offers advice on what a genealogist should do if she finds that two relatives canoodled, but were Not Married. Read also Readers' Feedback on the subject.
Banjo Strings says, Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe I am the child of a million bazillion gajillion people. He's not, as shown in my previous post, An Argument for Inbreeding?
Sunday, July 24, 2005
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