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Old Newspaper links

I saw this link on a Michigan FaceBook genealogy group page and thought others would like to see it.


I will have to so some work on this and include only the free web sites. 10 more words


Did you know Library and Archives Canada has a podcast?

The latest Library and Archives Canada podcast just came out April 7. It features the rise of the British Flying Service and how that new technology affected the Battle of Vimy Ridge. 311 more words


David's Diary - September 30, 1968

Monday, September 30, 1968

A very slow day—fighting a head cold—blowing my nose every few minutes. Up after 9 o’clock. No breakfast. Intended to study, but got involved in sending the book on race back to Cokesbury—should have been done long ago. 1,095 more words


David's Diary - September 23, 1968

One of many interesting things that history teaches us is things are not always as they seem. Today, my father is a happily married man. My parents divorced in the mid 1970s. 1,499 more words


Down the DNA Rabbit Hole - X chromosome

I recently attended an all day genealogy seminar. Overall, the day was a success. After lunch, I intended to listen to a lecture on the importance of encouraging family members to preserve their history for future generations. 639 more words


Census of Agriculture Pre-Release Webinar

This just came across my desk.

As Statistics Canada gets ready to release the results of the 2016 Census of Agriculture, we will be hosting a Pre-Release Webinar (WebEx presentation) to discuss the upcoming products. 287 more words


James William "J.W." Kenney

On 25 April 1941, James William “J.W.” Kenney, died. He was my spouse’s 2nd great-grandfather.

James William Kenney was born on 6 November 1866, in Botetourt County, Virginia. 550 more words