Daily Archives: February 18, 2020

Heading to RootsTech: Classes you won’t want to miss – MyHeritage February 18, 2020

I found this today on MyHeritage – Heading to RootsTech: Classes you won’t want to miss – MyHeritage February 18, 2020: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/02/heading-to-rootstech-classes-you-wont-want-to-miss/. A bit more on the link above.  by Talya February 18, 2020 MyHeritage News The countdown to RootsTech … Continue reading

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FamilySearch New Tool Unlocks Data in Digital Record Images – FamilySearch February 18, 2020

I noticed this earlier today on FamilySearch – FamilySearch New Tool Unlocks Data in Digital Record Images – FamilySearch February 18, 2020: https://media.familysearch.org/familysearch-new-tool-unlocks-data-in-digital-record-images/. Most likely the family history breakthroughs you need to connect to elusive ancestors hiding somewhere in billions of free, unindexed digital record images at FamilySearch.org, are now … Continue reading

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Update to 1969 Missouri Death Certificate Indexing is Live – February 18, 2020

I posted this last month – 1969 Missouri Death Certificate Indexing is Live – January 9, 2020. They should be getting close to completing the transcriptions, but if you have spare time, feel free to sign up and help out. … Continue reading

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Canada’s own Jay Silverheels “The Man Beside the Mask” “Jay Silverheels made a difference, he walked the walk.” — Jen Goldie – A little this, a little that, some real and some imaginings.

  By conducting his life with a strong grace and profound nobility, he walked the walk. via Canada’s own Jay Silverheels “The Man Beside the Mask” “Jay Silverheels made a difference, he walked the walk.” — Jen Goldie – A little … Continue reading

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Sunset Zoo, Manhattan – Kansas Tuesdays February 18, 2020

As I continue my westward trek across Kansas this week, I started moving south as I zigzag through the state. I saw Wakeeney in Trego County and went looking for what’s to see or do in the area. I came … Continue reading

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Nebula Genomics, Partnering with BGI, Sets Industry Standard by Offering 30x Whole-Genome Sequencing for $299 – February 18, 2020

I found this about Nebula Genomics today – https://www.bioportfolio.com/news/article/4226226/Nebula-Genomics-Partnering-with-BGI-Sets-Industry-Standard-by-Offering-30x-Whole.html. 09:00 EST 18 Feb 2020 | Businesswire The most affordable personal genome sequencing is now available in 188 countries. Nebula Genomics, the leading privacy-focused personal genomics company, today announced a new … Continue reading

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Canadian Neighbours — #MILLENNIALLIFECRISIS

It’s not a smart idea to go for a walk when the neighbours are out. Actually, when these neighbours are out, we tend to just let them be and avoid even driving past them. It’s a little ‘extra’, sure. But … Continue reading

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Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e.V. – Tombstone Tuesdays February 18, 2020

I think this is a good candidate for this week’s Tombstone Tuesdays post – Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e.V.: https://www.volksbund.de/en/volksbund.html (link to the English version of the website). I ran across it several days ago – Finding German World War II Service … Continue reading

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Why the ONE-ARMED MAN from THE FUGITIVE could not have been the one who did it! – YouTube Video LandumC goes there

I found this on YouTube – Why the ONE-ARMED MAN from THE FUGITIVE could not have been the one who did it! – YouTube Video LandumC goes there: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pV9_2hIrC2g (about 9:21 minutes long). Compare and contrast to this YouTube video: … Continue reading

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Remembering my Grandfather’s Holden cars — Anne’s Family History

From 1948, for more than six decades, one of Australia’s most popular cars was a locally designed and manufactured General Motors sedan called the Holden. Those days are gone. Holdens ceased to be manufactured in Australia in 2017, and yesterday … Continue reading

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