Tag Archives: Family

Niece Chemo Update – October 27, 2020

Niece update – this was posted recently where she’s on her last dose of chemo. They are giving her a 2 – 3 week break to recover from the chemo. Once the break is over, they will be doing a … Continue reading

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Top Black History Museums in the United States – FamilySearch October 26, 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch recently- Top Black History Museums in the United States: . The article is much longer, but here’s a brief synopsis of it. October 26, 2020  – Sunny Morton –snip– Stories of African American history and culture … Continue reading

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More Losses at 23andMe – Including No Ethnicity Update for V2, V3 or V4 Chip Customers — DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy

Did you test with 23andMe prior to August 2017? If you were among the millions of customers who tested in the decade between 2007 and 2017, you tested on the V1-V4 chip. Unfortunately, 23andMe has made the decision to no … Continue reading

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23andMe Made Some Major Changes to Policies – October 26, 2020

I will be doing a re-blog with more details soon. This is an update to my earlier post – The 23andMe Ancestry Algorithm Gets an Upgrade – 23andMe October 21, 2020. Turns out my v3 chip won’t get an ethnicity … Continue reading

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Finding Your Ancestors with Guided Research – FamilySearch October 24, 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch recently- Finding Your Ancestors with Guided Research: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/guided-research-updates-help/. The article is much longer, but here’s a taste of it. October 24, 2020  – by Sharon Howell –snip– Wondering how to find the best places to search … Continue reading

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To Forget or To Forget Not – Forgiveness Sundays October 25, 2020

In looking at today’s topic for Forgiveness Sunday, I chose to look at an area where people disagree on forgiveness: To Forget or To Forget Not. There are times to forget and times to not forget. For example, if someone … Continue reading

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Silverberry Genomix 55% Discount Code Ends Tomorrow 11:59:59 PM PDT – DNA Saturdays October 24, 2020

Standard Disclaimer: I am not a medical health professional and any comments I post are not intended, nor should they be construed, as medical advice. If you believe you are experiencing a medical emergency, dial 911 (where applicable) or contact … Continue reading

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Down syndrome tied to 10 times the risk of COVID-19 death – University of Minnesota October 22, 2020

I saw this today on the University of Minnesota website – Down syndrome tied to 10 times the risk of COVID-19 death: https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2020/10/down-syndrome-tied-10-times-risk-covid-19-death. My friend who has two grandchildren with Down Syndrome mentioned this to me this morning. The article … Continue reading

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The 23andMe Ancestry Algorithm Gets an Upgrade – 23andMe October 21, 2020

I had seen reports that some people have signed up for the beta testing and had new ethnicity reports. There are two requirements to get these before they are rolled out to others: 1) you have to test on the … Continue reading

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Archives’ legal bill for Palace Papers case could top $2 million – The Sydney Morning Herald October 22, 2020

I saw this on the IAJGS Records Access Alert https://lists.iajgs.org/mailman/listinfo/records-access-alerts daily newsletter which links to The Sydney Morning Herald https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/archives-spent-1-million-fighting-palace-papers-case-20201022-p567i2.html article below. The article is much longer. The IAJGS Records Access Alert and newspaper article includes the courts have ruled … Continue reading

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