May 5, 2010
has expanded its collection of British military records with the release of the Royal Marine Medal Roll 1914-1920.
They have also announced their take over of www.worldvitalrecords.com.au
It will be relaunched as www.findmypast.com.au
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Ancestry has launched a new wiki that includes
two books - The Source: A Guidebook to American Genealogy
and Red Book: American State, County, and Town
Sources. The wiki can be found at the Ancestry
The Family Search Wiki
Ancestry also has announced that it plans on releasing Family Tree Maker for the Mac later this year.
Over 300 Million new names have been added online at the FamilySearch Record Search Pilot
1. Go to www.familysearch.org
2. Click Search Records
3. Click Record Search Pilot
My article Undercover Genealogy appears in the July 2010 issue of Family Tree Magazine
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I'm also now a contributing blogger for the Visit Salt Lake City website. Read my first post on Newspaper Research.
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New Listener Blogs:
Maria in Australia. Wishful Linking
Try out the free Shapes tool for creating collages like Marie did
Connie Williams, Califonia. Constance Comment
Challe Talbot wrote in asking about how to approach incorrect data in online family trees. I have some thoughts on that.
GEM: A Criminal Past
Interview with author Ron Arons about his book Wanted! U.S. Criminal Records
GEM: Google Look Alikes
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Google Earth for Genealogy video series by Lisa Louise Cooke