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FamilySearch Obituary Search


(Source: The Ancestry Insider via RSS Feed, 17/Apr/2014)   Tweet

92-Year-Old Man Writes His Own 3-Word Obituary


(Source: Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter via RSS Feed, 17/Apr/2014)   Tweet

Is Your Only Source An Online Tree?


(Source: Genealogy Tip of the Day via RSS Feed, 17/Apr/2014)   Tweet

This Web Site May Be Running Slowly


(Source: Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter via RSS Feed, 17/Apr/2014)   Tweet

WWI Soldier's Love Letters Found Hidden Behind Attic Wall


(Source: Geneanet Genealogy Blog via RSS Feed, 17/Apr/2014)   Tweet

Tips on How to Search for Your Ancestorsa€™ Hometowns & Townships


(Source: GenealogyBank - The Official Blog via RSS Feed, 17/Apr/2014)   Tweet

New Genealogy & History Records on Heritage Website


(Source: Olive Tree Genealogy Blog via RSS Feed, 17/Apr/2014)   Tweet

MyHeritage: BillionGraves global initiative


(Source: DearMYRTLE's Genealogy Blog via RSS Feed, 17/Apr/2014)   Tweet

Huge Migrant Farm Workers Archive Posted on the UC San Diego Library Website


(Source: The Genealogy Blog via RSS Feed, 17/Apr/2014)   Tweet

Lexington and Concord


(Source: Daily Genealogist via RSS Feed, 17/Apr/2014)   Tweet

MyHeritage: Jewish Chronicle


(Source: DearMYRTLE's Genealogy Blog via RSS Feed, 17/Apr/2014)   Tweet

A Statement about this Newsletter's Web Site and the Heartbleed Bug


(Source: Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter via RSS Feed, 16/Apr/2014)   Tweet

Archivist of the United States Announces Campaign to "Make Access Happen"


(Source: Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter via RSS Feed, 16/Apr/2014)   Tweet

FamilySearch Breaks, Fixes Image URLs


(Source: The Ancestry Insider via RSS Feed, 16/Apr/2014)   Tweet

Severe Scurvy Struck Christopher Columbus's Crew


(Source: Geneanet Genealogy Blog via RSS Feed, 16/Apr/2014)   Tweet

DNA, Digital X-Rays Used To ID Remains Found at Dozier School for Boys in Tampa, Florida


(Source: Geneanet Genealogy Blog via RSS Feed, 16/Apr/2014)   Tweet

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