Daily Archives: December 3, 2020

Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry – December 3, 2020

I checked recently and saw new updates – Ancestry.com – Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry – December 3, 2020: https://www.ancestry.com/cs/recent-collections. Only including updates after November 23, 2020. New and Updated   New and Updated UPDATED U.S., School Yearbooks, … Continue reading

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The Silent Generation: Characteristics and History – FamilySearch December 2, 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch today- The Silent Generation: Characteristics and History: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/silent-generation-characteristics/. Longer article, but here’s a sample. December 2, 2020 by Robert Smith The term “Silent Generation” was first documented in a 1951 Time magazine article, which claimed that the most … Continue reading

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Rockwell Museum, Rockwell – North Carolina Thursdays December 3, 2020

For this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post, I chose to look around Rowan County. There were some places that looked interesting. I went with Rockwell Museum in Rockwell – https://www.rockwellnc.gov/museum.php. However, check about COVID-19 restrictions before scheduling a visit. Too … Continue reading

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Ordnance P-38 Lightning — Pacific Paratrooper

P-38 in the Pacific Perhaps Colonel Ben Kelsey, a P-38 test pilot, summed up the war bird’s legacy best of all. “(That) comfortable old cluck,” he said, “would fly like hell, fight like a wasp upstairs, and land like a … Continue reading

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French Man Discovers Half-Sister in Texas and Finds Their German Roots – MyHeritage December 2, 2020

I saw this on MyHeritage recently- French Man Discovers Half-Sister in Texas and Finds Their German Roots: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/12/french-man-discovers-half-sister-in-texas-and-finds-their-german-roots/. Much longer article, but here’s a brief synopsis. Article also has photos. By Esther December 2, 2020  User Stories With many people … Continue reading

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New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 2 December 2020 – FamilySearch

I saw this on FamilySearch today – New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 2 December 2020: . Over 1,000 words, but scroll through the list to see if something interests you. Search over 2.7M new records added to FamilySearch this week … Continue reading

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Current DNA Sales December 3, 2020

Current January 2019 DNA sales, updated daily or every other day. Continue reading

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Ancestry sued for yearbooks — The Legal Genealogist

Case filed in California Where’s the line between making material available for genealogical research, and using private data for commercial gain? A lawsuit filed in federal court in San Francisco on Monday may help define the answer to that question. … Continue reading

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North Carolina Museum of History – African American Cultural Celebration – NC MuseumofHistory YouTube

I saw this on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrPx7bbxfHE Direct link: North Carolina Museum of History – African American Cultural Celebration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrPx7bbxfHE (around 3:58 minutes long)

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Review: 30 Prophecies: One Story — The Domain for Truth

A wee-kids Wednesday this afternoon book review for parents and for children!  Here’s one I definitely recommend!   Paul Reynolds. 30 Prophecies: One Story.  Ross-Shire, UK: Christian Focus Publications, November 8th 2019. 96 pp. 5 out of 5 Purchase: Westminster | Amazon Is … Continue reading

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