- On Genealogy's Star, James hands out a report card for the larger genealogy database companies. And the conclusion he makes? I totally agree with. You have to know what you are searching and you have to be prepared to go everywhere. No one is a one-stop shop place.
- The newest issue of the Clann e-newsletter from the Irish Family History Foundation is now out and in it is a listing of records RootsIreland.ie has put online to date as well as a whole bunch of info and tips that can help you with your Irish research.
- The FGS 2014 Webinar Series launched earlier this week and the recorded webinar is now available to view. Jen Baldwin explains why and how genealogists and genealogical societies can use Twitter for genealogy.
- Heard through the grapevine that there are only 4 spots left for the TSGS and TGLO Genealogypalooza in Austin in May.
- From Claire on Irish Genealogy News: The British Newspaper Archives has a limited-time deal for you now that the temps are a bit warmer.
- The Indiana Genealogical Society (IGS) added 3 Indiana Masonic Record Databases to the members-only portion of their website.
- Yesterday, FamilySearch.org added record indexes and record images forAustralia, Brazil, Haiti, Italy, Peru, and the US states of Illinois, Maryland, and Ohio.
- Genealogy Trails volunteer contributors added various types of records of various counties for the following US states: Illinois, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
- And USGenWeb Archives volunteer contributors added various types of records of various counties for the following US states: Alabama, Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, Texas, Viriginia, Washington, and Wyoming.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe.
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