Apr 7, 2020
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This is your opportunity to get more written and video education at
a bargain price, and new content is added every month.
News You Can Use and Share
- Vivid-Pix announced it’s “Round Tuit” education program at
- MyHeritage provides free access to all its U.S. census records
through 12 April 2020.
- MyHeritage has added new content to its Knowledge Base.
- The Society of Genealogists in London is working with
FamilySearch to digitize approximately 9,000 family history books
and over 5,000 pamphlets in a project to take at least two
- Findmypast added 116 million new records to their collection of
English and Welsh Electoral Registers.
- Findmypast added new Scottish records including the Ayrshire,
Kilmarnock Valuation Roll (1874), Ratepayers (1838-1846), and Voter
- Drew recaps new record additions, updates, and indexes at
- Another article about The Guys will be published in Podcast
Magazine at the end of March at https://podcastmagazine.com/.
Cyndi Ingle discusses whether you should have only one family
tree or more than one.
Our Listeners Talk to Us
- Shannon asks us to let our listeners know about free genealogy
- Jean thanks us for reminding people to use their library cards
to access the many online resources available at their
Drew reviews the latest book by Nathan Dylan Goodwin, The
Sterling Affair, and gives it a great thumbs-up.
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