Published by DeborahLeeStewart: Saturday Cyber Savings – November 28th

I have a confession: I love online shopping. There, I’ve said it. No apologies. I have another confession: I love a bargain. I have no control over that – I’m of Scottish heritage and I was born in Maine. It’s in my DNA – it’s called the “Double Frugal Gene.” That being said, I have […]

https://deborahleestewart.wordpress.com/2015/11/28/saturday-savings-for-november-28th/

Published by Dick Eastman: Libraries and Archives Canada Updates Naturalization Records Database

The Library and Archives Canada Blog has announced: Library and Archives Canada is pleased to announce the release of a new version of the online database Naturalization Records, 1915-1951. The nominal index has been extended with the addition of more than 68,000 names and now covers the years from 1915 to 1944, inclusively. Work is…

http://blog.eogn.com/2015/11/11/libraries-and-archives-canada-updates-naturalization-records-database/

Published by dna-Explained:  Living the Life You Only Hoped For

Thanksgiving is hard for some folks.  Life didn’t turn out exactly as they hoped or planned. It’s easy for me to sometimes get tied up in the melancholy.  Thanksgiving when I was younger was a festive time on the farm.  The kitchen was overflowing onto tables in the living room. Aunts, uncles, siblings, lots of […]

http://dna-explained.com/2015/11/26/living-the-life-you-only-hoped-for/

Published by Genealogyblog:  Researching Irish Genealogy at the Library of Congress Primer

Irish Central just posted an nice little article on its site titled How to research your Irish genealogy using the Library of Congress. Here is an except: Starting your research on Irish genealogy can be a daunting task. Where do I start? Where are the best places to look? What kind of information can lead…

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