DearMYRTLE, Your Friend in Genealogy explains why ages reported in censuses sometimes suggest Different Dates of birth.
Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter gives examples of Genealogy Newsfeeds available in RSS Format.
Genealogy and How reviews a website focused on Australians who fought in the U.S. Civil War.
GeneaBlogie reflects on a recent court ruling denying reparations to descendants of slaves in "Reparations:" Paid in Full: Debt Expired.
Antique Hunter tells us why we should care about Coffin Plates aka Casket Plaques.
Digging Up Your Roots tells the story of Finding Joseph O'Dell, the author's great-grandfather, in this and succeeding posts.
Genealogy Blog reports on a website that indexes U.S. Military Aircraft Accident Reports. You never know where might find a relative.
Olive Tree Genealogy Blog offers a short tutorial on using the Ontario Land Records Index.
Ozarks Genealogical Society discusses using Flickr as a Genealogy Tool.
LO QUACI TY ponders Genealogy Website Possibilities, and considers the use of web portals.
World According to Beth has been featuring letters to and from Beth's father, Frustrated in Germany during World War II. A good reminder that genealogy is about more than names and dates.
The Roche Family Genealogy Blog shows the right way to use a single-surname blog with this entry on Col. John Finnis.
OhioGenealogyBlog gives a quick review of new software, saying "Try Personal Historian; You'll Like It."
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
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