Monday Recap for August 27, 2012
Check out some great genealogy articles from the past week!
The Genealogy Sphere
- Business Records and Your Genealogy (Arlene H. Eakle’s Genealogy Blog) – Good tips for using business records in your genealogy research
- Family trees: Tracing the world’s ancestor (BBC News) – In 3,000 years, someone alive today will be the common ancestor of all humanity
- Lost telegram revealing soldier’s death delivered after 67 years (The Telegraph) – A telegram discovered at a bus station’s lost and found is delivered after 67 years
- Israeli archaeologist digs up past at infamous Sobidor death camp, uncovering more Nazi horror (The Washington Post) – An archaeologists embarks on a dig to his uncover family history
- The War of 1812 – from the British side (The Family Recorder blog) – Documents from the War of 1812
- Thank You Grandma!: Forgotten Home Sources (Gena’s Genealogy) – Genealogy info found in a stamp collection!
- Emmys 2012: Lisa Kudrow’s Own Holocaust Surprise on ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ (The Hollywood Reporter) – Interview with Lisa Kudrow about Who Do You Think You Are?
- Monday Recap for August 20, 2012 – Last week’s recap
- Family Tree Tuesday – Nolan Hemmings – Learn more about British actor Nolan Hemmings’ family tree
- Come See Geni at the FGS 2012 Conference! -We’ll be in Birmingham, Alabama! Will you be there?