Monday Recap for June 10, 2013
Did everyone have a great weekend? Check out some interesting articles from the past week!
The Genealogy Sphere
- Lost Love Letter Turns Up After Nearly 70 Years (ABC News) – A 70 year old love letter finally reaches its destination
- Mystery Letter Reunites Couple After 63 Years Apart (Yahoo! Shine) – A couple reunited after six decades
- Mirfield star Patrick Stewart delves into family history (Dewsbury Reporter) – Actor Patrick Stewart was recently featured on the BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are?
- Clues Galore in Photos in the Orphaned Kirby Photo Album, But Do They Help in Identification? (The Olive Tree Genealogy) - Lorine McGinnis takes her readers step by step as she tries to identify the photos and family in the Kibry Photo Album
- Occupations often led to names (Citizen-Times.com) – interesting article on how occupations led to the creation of surnames
- Do You Own Your Genealogy Data? (Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter) – Dick Eastman shares his thoughts on genealogy ownership
- We Are all Princes, Paupers, and Part of the Human Family (Nautilus) – Taking a look at how we’re all related
- Monday Recap for June 3, 2013 - Last week’s recap
- Family Tree Tuesday – John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich - Learn more about John Montagu’s family tree
- World Family Tree: 70 Million Profiles and Counting - Geni’s World Family Tree hit a new milestone last week: 70 million profiles connected!
- Your Stories: Making New Discoveries in the World Family Tree – Geni user Chad Woodburn shares his experiences researching his family tree