Monday Recap for March 5, 2012
Check out some interesting articles in the world of genealogy from the past week!
The Genealogy Sphere
- Frankie Meyer: Use Google as a resource for hard-to-find books (The Joblin Globe) – Columnist Frankie Meyer gives tips on how to use Google Books in genealogy
- Female Ancestors: After the Marriage (RootDig.com) – Having trouble tracking down your female ancestors? This article provides some great tips.
- Tracing Ship Movements and Genealogy (a3Genealogy) – Genealogist Kathleen Brandt provides insight on how to trace ship movements to find WWII veterans.
- Archives on a 20th-Century Diaspora Are Being Put Online (NY Times) – The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee plans to put a large part of their collection online.
- Mappy Monday: Tudor maps of sixteenth century Essex (Essex Voices Past) – A look at sixteenth century maps of Essex
- World War II Love Story: Letters help Newnan couple find soldier’s family (The Newnan Times-Herald) – A couple discovers a box of letters leads to a search for a soldier’s family
- Monday Recap for February 27, 2012 – Last week’s recap
- Celebrate Saint David’s Day by Researching your Welsh Ancestors – Do you have Welsh ancestors? Check out some great Welsh projects on Geni.
- Enhancements for Basic Members – We announced more enhancements for Geni basic memberships!