Monthly Archives: April 2008

The things people will do to promote a movie….

I am a public relations professional, and this sort of thing makes me cringe when I read it. Discovery of Tomb & Relics From Marriage of Jesus and Mary Magdalene to Be Unveiled in New York City May 5th LOS … Continue reading

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A little knowledge is a dangerous thing….

If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance. George Bernard Shaw Irish dramatist & socialist (1856 – 1950) As I wrote in my book, Genealogy Online, sometimes you have just enough information … Continue reading

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The Family History Library

Every genealogist hopes to someday get to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. My mother and I went in 1992, and learned not only by doing, but by observation, that this is not a trip to take on … Continue reading

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Alaska

      TOUGHER IN ALASKA: A New Weekly Series on History(TM) Premiers on Thursday, May 8 at 10 pm ET/PT   Tougher in Alaska Host Geo Beach. (PRNewsFoto/History(TM), Mark Brinster) NEW YORK, NY UNITED STATES       Tougher … Continue reading

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Family History: Family Health

Late in 2007, the Surgeon General of the United States. launched the Family History Initiative . This web site allows you to create a personalized family health history report from any computer with an Internet connection and an up-to-date Web … Continue reading

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RootsTube: The YouTube for Genealogists!

Uploading video of your life (vlogging) . . . that’s pretty much what 21st Century communication has come to. However, for those of us who like to wander through previous centuries, Roots Television has given us RootsTube. The site’s description … Continue reading

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You never know where you’ll meet other rooters!

Joined the Gulf Breeze Chamber of Commerce, and met another genealogist. Wayne McGahuey does internet marketing, genealogy, Ebay, website design and photo restoration. Oh, and he’s a partner in Mickey’s Party Characters, too. Then I picked up a cushion at … Continue reading

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NARA Genealogy Fair

The National Archives will host its fourth annual Genealogy on April 23, this Wednesday. This year’s program will highlight Federal records located at the NationalArchives relating to general genealogy, World War I, and the Works ProgressAdministration (WPA). Sessions will offer … Continue reading

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Bloodlines Discovery in France

Apr 17, 2008 05:07 America/Chicago Above: Knights Templar tomb found during the making of a new documentary film BLOODLINE, premiering May 9. (PRNewsFoto/Cinema Libre Studio)</strong> LOS ANGELES, CA UNITED STATES 04/16/2008 Tomb Discovered in France Considered Knights Templar – When … Continue reading

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Canadian Resources Now Available Online

Interesting press release from The Generations Network this week: millions of records from Quebec are now available on Ancestry.ca. If you need to research this area, check with your local library or neighborhood Family History Center to do a trial … Continue reading

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