Monday Recap for July 2, 2012
Here are some interesting genealogy articles from the past week! Enjoy!
The Genealogy Sphere
- Honesty & The Ethics of Genealogy (Geder Genealogy) – Blogger George Geder discusses the importance of honesty in genealogy.
- Genealogy Research Just Got a Whole Lot Easier — and Closer (SF Weekly) – The Alien Files (A-Files) are now available in California’s Bay Area
- Old African American Cemetery to be Restored (wctv.com) – The Munree Cemetery, the burial place for African Americans in Tallahassee, is to be restored.
- Daughter of Civil War veteran dies at 94 (UT San Diego) – The daughter of Civil War veteran John Harwood Pierce passed away at the age of 94
- A “New Find” in 2012: Dr. Charles Leale’s 1965 Report on Abraham Lincoln’s Death (Alplm.org) – The original document of Dr. Leale’s account of Abraham Lincoln’s death has been found
- Why Do We Do Genealogy? (Olive Tree Genealogy Blog) – Lorine McGinnis Schulze attempts to answer the question, “Why do we do genealogy?”
- Monday Recap for June 25, 2012 – Last week’s recap
- Family Tree Tuesday – Ezra Cornell – Did you know Cornell co-founder Ezra Cornell is Samuel Morse’s 5th cousin?
- Look Who’s Related: Mark Wahlberg and Seth MacFarlane -See how Ted comedy duo Mark Wahlberg and Seth MacFarlane are related!