Monday Recap for November 18, 2013
Check out some great genealogy articles!
Image: How fast could you travel across the U.S. in the 1800s? / Mnn.com
The Genealogy Sphere
- 5 Genealogy Research Techniques That Have Nothing To Do With Documents (The Ancestor Hunt blog) – Awesome research tips that go beyond documents
- Youngest WW1 soldier fought in the Somme aged 13 (DailyMail) – Documents reveal the youngest soldier to fight in the trenches was 13. He fought for six weeks before his mother showed the War Office his birth certificate.
- When Bad Ancestors Happen to Good People (The We Tree Genealogy Blog) – Amy Coffin discusses how she handles talking about a black sheep in the family.
- How fast could you travel across the U.S. in the 1800s? (MNN.com) – Interesting look at how long it took to travel across the U.S. during the 19th century
- Facebook Leads Adopted Indiana Woman to Biological Family in 36 Hours (ABC News) – A woman takes to Facebook to find her biological family
- Monday Recap for November 11, 2013 – Last week’s recap
- Death Certificate of Laura Ingalls Wilder - See what information death certificates can reveal by taking a closer look at Laura Ingalls Wilder’s certificate of death