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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – April 2016

Inspiring Blogs Welcome to my latest Inspiring Genealogy Blogs post. The following are a collection of blog posts that I’ve read during the past few months that I have found intriguing, useful and/or inspiring and wanted to share with you. In this edition of Inspiring Genealogy Blogs posts we have posts that cover: scanning photos and documents, sources, […] Continue reading →

Unlock the Past’s New Guide Books

logo - Unlock the Past It’s been a crazy couple of weeks here, with getting ready for Unlock the Pasts 10th cruise, as well as releasing seven new Unlock the Past guide books in amongst that. The seven new titles come from six different authors, and cover everything from Google, Protestant Nonconformity, Irish history, Norfolk Island, Scottish church records, migration […] Continue reading →

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – January 2016

Inspiring Blogs 300 Welcome to 2016 and to my latest Inspiring Genealogy Blogs post. The following are a collection of blog posts that I’ve read during the past month that I have found intriguing, useful and/or inspiring and wanted to share with you. In this edition of Inspiring Genealogy Blogs posts we have posts that cover: handwriting, bullying, genealogy […] Continue reading →

Genealogy Wall Chart Printers

genealogy wall chart As researchers we spend years collecting the names, dates, photos, stories and other details of our ancestors – but what do we do with it? Leave it on the computer? Why? Why not print it out and show it off? Some write a book, some scrapbook or create other craft items. Others create a chart. […] Continue reading →

Worldwide Honour Roll Project

Honor Roll Project header Back in 2013 Heather Rojo, of the Nutfield Genealogy blog fame, started her Honor Roll Project. To explain just what it is Heather says  … “The Honor Roll Project is an effort to transcribe and photograph military honor rolls. The transcribed names make the soldiers available for search engines, so that descendants and family members […] Continue reading →