The Guys welcome their new sponsor, Genealogists.com.
The news includes:
- Our podcasts are now available through Google Play Music.
- Evidentia has launched a new, easier-to-use website and online
- Findmypast has released new records for the Ireland Petty
Sessions Court Records, Dorset Memorial Inscriptions,
Northumberland & Durham Monumental Inscriptions, and the
Ireland Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records.
Listener email includes:
- Maryann thanks us for our podcasts published over the holidays,
and tells us she has listened when she couldn’t sleep.
- Tim wrote to comment on the new logo, and about having been
inspired by Dave McDonald to produce some form of completed work
for the family.
- Tim also shared cemetery information and tombstone photographs
for the BODY family members in Lincoln County, Ontario, Canada.
(Drew works on the BODDIE/BODIE/BODY surname for the Guild of
- Judy asked for suggestions to better research Virginia land
- Tiphanee was inspired by Katherine Willson’s interview to delve
into genealogical resources on Facebook and has found some
relatives in Northern Ireland.
George reviews a fascinating book titled The Reporter Who
Knew Too Much by Mark Shaw. It focuses on Dorothy Kilgallen,
the powerful journalist and TV star whose untimely death
interrupted her research into the assassinations of John F. Kennedy
and Lee Harvey Oswald, and her strong belief that there was a
conspiracy. Highly recommended.
Drew discusses a favorite podcast called Lore by Aaron
Mahnke which deals with mysterious, unexplainable, and often
frightening stories. The podcast can be found at http://www.lorepodcast.com.
The Guys discuss some best practices for prepapring for a
genealogy research trip.
Please help The Guys spread the word about our two podcasts:
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