Feb 19, 2022
News You Can Use and Share!
- The National Institute for Dementia Education recognizes the
value of Photo Recognition Therapy for dementia patients. Our
sponsor Vivid-Pix is an integral participant in this effort. Read
the full press release at
- MyHeritage has added a new Table View for search results.
- The Association of Professional Genealogists announced their
new elected leadership.
- The Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG) has announced its
new director, Amberly Beck.
- MyHeritage has established the new Chris Darrington scholarship
for the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy. Full details are
available at https://slig.ugagenealogy.org/cpage.php?pt=620.
- Findmypast has published 2.1 million records for Berkshire,
England, the Jamaican Manumission Index, and new records for
- FamilySearch announces its plans for 2022.
- FamilySearch announced its 1950 US Census Community Project and
has invited volunteers to participate. See details at https://www.familysearch.org/en/info/us-census/1950-census/.
- Drew shares his regular recap of highlights of new historical
records at FamilySearch.
Drew and DNA expert Diahan Southard discuss whether the GEDmatch
website still has a role to play. More details from Diahan are
Vivid-Pix Memory Segment
Drew talks with Joshua Freitas, Chief Research Officer of the
CERTUS Institute (https://www.certusseniorliving.com/certus-institute)
and Rick Voight, CEO of Vivid-Pix (https://www.vivid-pix.com/).
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