Monday Recap for August 5, 2013
Start the week of with some interesting genealogy articles!
The Genealogy Sphere
- Rare Bible rescued from trash provides missing family history (Desertnews.com) – A rare 1815 Bible rescued from the garbage 40 years ago reveals provides missing family history
- Okinawa Battle Flag Returned to Owner’s Family (ABC News) – A tattered Japanese flag found by an American soldier during WWII is returned to its owners family
- A matter of consideration (The Legal Genealogist blog) – Judy G. Russell helps explain terminology you might find in land transactions
- Grandma’s House: German Boy Finds Mummy in Attic (Spiegel Online International) – A young German boy was playing in his grandmother’s attic when he came across a startling discovery – a sarcophagus holding a mummy
- Monday Recap for July 29, 2013 – Last week’s recap
- IAJGS 2013 – Come Meet Geni Curators in Boston – A group of Geni Curators will be at IAJGS 2013. If you’re attending, stop by and say hi!
- Quality Time With the Family – What are your favorite activities with the family?