The Salt Lake Institute of
Genealogy opened registration on June 4th for its annual institute
in Salt Lake City on January 23-27, 2012. More information is
available at www.infouga.org.
announces AncestorSync, which allows you to seamlessly download,
upload, or synchronize your family tree from your online pedigree
to your personal computer and back again. Learn more at www.ancestorsync.com.
FamilySearch has recently added
millions of records about the U.S. Civil War, and plans much more.
See more at familysearch.org/civilwar.
The Guild of One-Name Studies
is offering a special extended membership offer to new members. The
offer is available from June 24th through June 26th only at
Big Mountain Productions is
currently filming "The Genealogy Roadshow" in Ireland, with host
Derek Mooney, and it will begin broadcasting in mid- to
Beverly asks for information
about the RSS download address for the podcast.
Linda made a breakthrough on
her great-grandfather's first wife in Kentucky based on a link
George provided at the recent NEHGS seminar. Look at "Kentucky
Genealogy and History Guide" at http://kentuckygenealogysearch.com.
Mike advised The Guys that
George's book How to Do Everything: Genealogy appears in
the movie Little Fockers.
Chris asks for ideas about what
to save and what not to save.
Karen responded to Drew's
challenge about locaing his father's family in the 1920 Newark, NJ
Sheri wrote about the terrible
tornadoes in the U.S., and she wants to know if there are resources
available online to help people be reunited with photographs,
Bibles, documents, and other materials. Listeners are encouraged to email The
Guys with their ideas and information.
Patti asks George about U.S.
federal censuses and the Agricultural Schedules.
Lynda tells about visiting SW
Virginia and making contact with Mary Kegley, the author of a
number of books about the area. Lynda encourages people to make
contact with historical and genealogical societies because they
often have unique content that may help your research.
Ed asks about genealogy
software that might work on a desktop computer, a laptop, and on an