Jul 20, 2022
New You Can Use and Share!
- The Guys want to thank everyone in the genealogical community
for supporting their decision to terminate sponsorship by Find a
Grave and Newspapers.com (subsidiaries of Ancestry.com).
- MyHeritage announces the release of the addition of two
significant record collections: Norway Emigration Registers,
1867-1973, and the Vienna, Austria, Jewish Emigrant Applications,
- MyHeritage announces a new update to its Theory of Family
- The Genealogist has added a link to their Map Explorer
georeference facility to the 1891 Census for the UK. It allows you
to jump from the census household record to a detailed map to see
where your ancestors lived and explore the neighborhood.
- Findmypast has added half a million new records for
Pennsylvania: List of British Prisoners in the War of Revolution;
Episcopalian Births and Baptisms; Episcopalian Marriages;
Episcopalian Deaths and Burials; and Episcopalian Congregational
- DNA expert Diahan Southard returns to discuss with Drew a
comparison of Ancestry's ThruLines and MyHeritage's Theory of
Vivid-Pix Memory Segment
- Drew interviews Hayley Studer, CEO of achi, to discuss achi's
involvement with the study of using photographs to engage persons
who have memory issues.
- Mark shares information about how he has used social media to
create private Facebook pages for relatives to share posts,
photographs, and other information.
- Brian wrote to comment on the importance of sourcing
all of the information you contribute to FamilySearch's
Family Tree and to other online sites.
- Karin listens in Germany and wrote to comment about our
previous discussion of African ancestry showing up in DNA results,
and also shared two important online resources for German research:
- Gigi wrote about having located prison records for one man at
Ancestry and subsequently connecting with a half-second cousin (his
- Kate wrote to share her discovery of her great-uncle’s prison
records and mug shots at the California State Archive.
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