Monday Recap for September 10, 2012
Lots of great articles in this week’s recap! Check them out below!
The Genealogy Sphere
- Judyanne Bowling reunited with her family after 66 years of searching(Adelaide Now) – A woman is reunited with her family through Geni after finding each other on Geni!
- Relationship with Lizzie Borden (Ancestors Live Here) – Blogger Leslie Ann is related to Lizzie Borden! Are you?
- Wanted! Family History in Wanted Posters (About.com) – Kimberly Powell discusses family history information found in wanted posters
- Finding Genealogy Records and Books on eBay (Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter) – Dick Eastman offers a great tip on finding genealogy books on eBay
- Facebook is a friend to genealogists (Tampa Bay Online) – Facebook is a great tool for genealogists!
- Tombstone of Anderson County veteran returned to its resting place (The Mountain Press) – A father and son discover the tombstone of a Korean War veteran
- QR codes on headstones offered by Poole undertakes (BBC News) – A funeral home now offers QR codes on headstones. Would you want one on your headstone?
- The Moment I Knew – Mariann’s Story (The Armchair Genealogist) – A box of old love letters is discovered in the attic
- Part VI: Which Ancestors to Research? (Past-Present-Future) – The pleasures of discovering the personal stories of your relatives once ancestor at a time
- Monday Recap for August 27, 2012 - Missed our last recap?
- Featured Project: Pioneers of the Old Southwest Territory – Do you have ancestors from the Old Southwest?
- Labor Day Event – Add Unlimited Relatives for FREE! – In celebration of Labor Day weekend, everyone could add unlimited relatives to their tree for free!
- Facebook Social Sharing on Geni! - A better way to share your Geni genealogy activities with all your family and friends on Facebook
- Family Tree Tuesday – Elizabeth Montgomery – Did you know the Bewitched star is related to the infamous Lizzie Borden?
- FGS 2012 Conference Recap – Check out our pictures from FGS 2012!
- In Memory of the Munich Massacre – In honor of the tragedy’s 40th anniversary, we highlighted the Munich Massacre genealogy project on Geni