- Eureka! I've said it before and I'll say it again. You just never know where and when you might find stuff that just might help you or someone else with their family history mystery solving. Civil War Ledger Found in Eureka (wbay.com)
- Are you using microfilm to access information about your ancestors? [Duh. Or it should be. Not everything is online. It could very well be, say, in the ceiling of some farmhouse's kitchen. Eureka!] Then you need to take a look-see at what the Legal Genealogist has to say about Copyright and Microfilm.
- Got a schedule that's threatening to kill you? [Yes.] Got an iPad? [Yes!] Then check out these calendar apps for the iPad from idownloadblog.com. [I'm using Sunrise now. She's lovely. But so is Calendars 5.]
- Have roots in Tennessee? [Yes!] The Tennessee State Library and Archives has put Bible Family Records online.
- Evernote users: Try these 6 search tips to find anything in Evernote. [I wonder if they'll help me find more time? I've seem to misplace that.]
- From Claire on Irish Genealogy News: 1641 Depositions: First Three Volumes Published; PRONI has launched a guide to WWI resources; and Schools' Collections now searchable by name and parish.
- Not sure how to interview family members? This Wednesday, Susan Kitchens and the SCGS Jamboree Extension Series will be bringing you the webinar, How to Interview Family: Skills for your Ears, Eyes, Brain. Susan is awesome at this. Don't miss it.
- Recently, Genealogy Trails volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records for various counties in the following US states: Illinois, Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin.
- USGenWeb Archives volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records yesterday of various counties in the following US states: Alabama, Louisiana, Michigan, Virginia, and Washington.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe?
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