The Guild of One-Name Studies Offers Extended Membership for a Limited Time

A Press Release recently sent to me from The Guild of One-Name Studies advises of a very special offer that they are offering to all new joiners to coincide with the Who Do You Think You Are? Live event. The offer is available to all worldwide.

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Please Support Cyndi’s List

As a genealogist, can you imagine life without Cyndi’s List? Do you think you’d be able to find many of the links that her website has, without it? She has made the life of everyone who uses her website that much easier … and now she needs our help, so please support Cyndi’s List.

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Watch Who Do You Think You Are? (US) Season 2 Online [VIDEO]

For fans of Who Do You Think our Are? (the US edition), you can now tune in to them online. Episode 1 featuring Vanessa Williams is available to watch online until 18 September 2011.

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Waitangi Day Blog Challenge: Your Early Settler Memories

Our New Zealand friends have seen what a great idea the Australia Day Challenge was, and that it provoked participation from a heap of people … and would now like to do the same for New Zealander’s, or those with New Zealand connections for Waitangi Day (New Zealand’s national day).

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Murphy’s Law of Genealogy

As genealogists and family historians it is often one step forward, then three steps back in what we find. And Murphy’s Law never seems to be far away when looking for that elusive record!!

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52 Weeks to Better Genealogy – the Series

You may or may have heard of the “52 Weeks to Better Genealogy” blogs throughout the year. Just in case you missed them, I have compiled them all here for you. Read, try, learn … and I guarantee that it’ll help your genealogy.

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Who Do You Think You Are? Season 2 US version – Lineup Announced

Following on from the success of the first US season of Who Do You Think You Are?, the season two lineup of celebrities has just been announced by NBC.

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Gould Genealogy Christmas and New Year Trading Hours

The management and staff at Gould Genealogy would like to take this oppostunity to thank all of our customers for your support over the past year, and wish each of you all a wonderful Christmas and a safe and happy New Year. Over Christmas and New Year our shop trading hours are: …

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Vote Now in Family Tree Magazine’s 40 Best Genealogy Blogs

2010 is coming to the end and Family Tree Magazine has just announced the nominees for its 40 Best Genealogy Blogs contest. With so many good genealogy blogs around the people at Family Tree Magazine have managed to get their list down to 117. Now they’re wanting your help to narrow it down to the Top 40.

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How to Get Started on Facebook

Millions of people use Facebook every day to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, share links and videos, and learn more about the people they meet. If you’re not sure of just how to get started, keep reading …

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Genealogy & History News – it’s our Blogiversary

Can you believe that our Genealogy & History News is having it’s first Blogiversary today? No, I couldn’t either …

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Circus History: the St Leon Troupe on YouTube – 1959 footage

Mark St Leon, Australia’s premier circus historian has advised us of some rare footage of the “St Leon Troupe” that has just come to light, which he has now put on to YouTube.

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Checklist – 77 Places to Look for Family History Information

A key factor in researching your family history is looking for documents or items that will give us clues and information. Buy starting to look around your own house, you will find a whole host of records. Here is a research checklist of 77 types of records, many you possibly hadn’t thought of … so if you thought you had looked EVERYWHERE … think again!!

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