- Ancestry.com announced yesterday their expansion on their collaboration with FamilySearch.org to provide the over 1 billion records and record images they -- together -- have made available online to be available to its Ancestry.com user base. While these records were already digitized on FamilySearch.org, this adds way more convenience and value to those using Ancestry.com and maintaining a family tree there. So, Ancestry.com users should expect more shaky leaf hints. And? They've already begun to put the indexed records there.
- Across the pond, the Society of Genealogists [SoG] have added transcriptions of Male Servants Tax 1780 to their online database collections.
- Genealogy App Developers: Tamura Jones explains the new WikiTree API.
- On Adventures in Genealogy, Deb explains how she uses Google Drive for keeping track of her research. [I love Google Drive, myself.]
- GenealogyBank announced yesterday their recent additions to their online US newspaper collections.
- And USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 53 files yesterday for various counties in the following US states: Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, and Virginia.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe Not. But maybe.
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