Monday Recap for January 20, 2014
Celebrate the holiday with these fascinating articles!
Image: 10 Animations that show how faces age over time / TwistedSifter.com
The Genealogy Sphere
- 11 Little-Known Worlds For Specific Family Members (Mental Floss) – Did you know English had these words for specific family members?
- Digging for their lives: Russia’s volunteer body hunters (BBC News) – These volunteers undertake the dangerous task of finding soldiers killed during World War II
- Merle Barwis is Canada’s last remaining link to the Victorian era (Canada.com) – Canada’s oldest citizen celebrates her 113th birthday
- Do You Know Where Your Family Photographs Are? (Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter) – A little “scare” prompts Dick Eastman to pose the question to his readers, “do you know where your family photos are?”
- She fought on the Somme disguised as a Tommy (DailyMail UK) – The incredible story of the only British woman to fight in the trenches of World War I
- 10 Animations that Show How Faces Age Over Time (TwistedSifter.com) – These amazing animations show how these folks aged over time
- Monday Recap for January 13, 2014 - Last week’s recap
- Where to Find What Your Ancestors Looked Like – Check out what records can help you visualize what your ancestors may have looked like