announced that they have passed 2 million profiles and
that they have released a new Relationship Finder. In addition,
they have announced that Thomas MacEntee has joined the WikiTree
team as their Genealogy Ninja.
The Admiral Nimitz Foundation has
recently created the Society of the Sons and Daughters of World War
II Veterans. The Society's goal is to preserve the stories of
sacrifice and achievement of America's "greatest generation." They
plan to preserve important materials in digital format to preserve
them and make them available.
Listener email includes:
Nancy suggests that Colleen expand her New York query by
checking city directories.
John asked whether Drew's Twitter feed had been
Erin asked Drew about using his iPad for genealogical research
vs. using a netbook.
Melanie asked about a relationship term used in the 1910 U.S.
census wherein an ancestor, his wife, and four children have an
older widow living with them whose relationship is listed as
"companion." Listeners can send in their comments and suggestions
about this to us.
Grace is our new "Marathon Woman." She also asked about
RootsTelevision. Megan Smolenyak advised George recently that the
site has been taken down. The Guys hope to learn more at the FGS
Conference in Springfield, Illinois, next month.
Carole made some suggestions for Beverly's quandary about
Canadian immigration information.