Daily Archives: January 16, 2020

Your ancestor was a Canadian volunteer in the Spanish Civil War? — Library and Archives Canada Blog

By Nicole Watier One of the more complex questions that our Genealogy desk receives is “Where do I begin to find the service records of my relative who served in the Spanish Civil War?” Canadians might know a little about … Continue reading

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Humble Bundle Australia Fire Relief Bundle Ends January 23, 2020

I got an e-mail today from Humble Bundle about this offer – Humble Australia Fire Relief Bundle: https://www.humblebundle.com/games/australia-fire-relief I mentioned before that most Humble Bundles are usually in  $1, $8, and $15 tiers, but sometimes they go with a different … Continue reading

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Reblog: 104 year old USMC Vet looking for Valentine’s Day Cards — allenrizzi

Originally posted on e-Quips: Valentine’s Day is one-month from today! Maj. Bill White served in World War II, survived the Battle of Iwo Jima and went on to continue a long career in the U.S. Marine Corps. White keeps his … Continue reading

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Fun Valentine’s Day Gifts that are Perfect for the Chronically Ill — The Disabled Diva’s Blog

Fun Valentine’s Day gift ideas that show your partner how much you love them while respecting the boundaries of their chronic illness. The post Fun Valentine’s Day Gifts that are Perfect for the Chronically Ill appeared first on The Disabled … Continue reading

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100K+ Instagram Followers (a loooong reflection) — Cups and Thoughts

Hello everyone! This is a pretty overdue blog post as cupsandthoughts actually surpassed 100K+ followers on Instagram more than two week ago!! 😮 😮 What a milestone! I’m still over the moon about it ❤ I really wanted to make … Continue reading

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North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort – North Carolina Thursdays January 16, 2020

In my search heading northeast from last week’s North Carolina Thursdays that was in Wilmington, I saw Beaufort in Carteret County. Popped in my usual search paremeter – tourist attractions and came across the North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort. … Continue reading

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Milestone — Guam Christian Blog

This blog just hit 5000 posts in 19 months. Thanks to all of you for taking the ride. #Outreach: That the world may know #Prayer Focus: Pray for Our Prodigals #Praise the Lord Please follow my blogs Guam Christian Blog … Continue reading

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Petition to Implement Informed Consent at GEDmatch — The DNA Geek

Now that GEDmatch is owned by the forensics company Verogen, there are concerns. Can a for-profit corporation that boasts they are “solely dedicated to forensic science” be good for genealogy? That is, can they serve two masters—genealogists and law enforcement—at … Continue reading

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If Southern Families Had Referees – YouTube Video It’s a Southern Thing

Pretty sure the wife, or possibly the husband, would kill the referee early on. Saw this on YouTube – If Southern Families Had Referees – YouTube Video It’s a Southern Thing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsrjoSVVEUY (about 2;04 minutes long).

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I SO Wish Authors Stop Doing This {Part 1} and our Family Getaway to Great Wolf Lodge — Book Coffee Happy

https://videopress.com/embed/VfEWBC8Q?hd=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=0&loop=0 I find that as I read different books, there are common thoughts that run through my mind. Things that I wish authors would stop doing and things that I wish authors would do more often are always among those … Continue reading

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