Tell the good and bad about family

Has your research ever uncovered “black sheep” or other dark tales about your family? Have you wondered whether the information should be shared?

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Catalog searches at FamilySearch

On 1 September 2017, FamilySearch stopped sending microfilm out to researchers at Family History Centers. Their goal is to complete digitizing their microfilm records by 2020. What are we to do in the meantime?

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The Ancestor Guy in Wisconsin

Dave Miller, who did a bang-up job as emcee at the 2016 Celtic Connections Conference, is also a blogger based in Wisconsin.

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Searching at FamilySearch

My genealogy friends are very generous in sharing tips and advice.

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Cyber Monday specials at Ancestry

Ancestry is offering a couple really good deals but only for the next 16 hours or so, until Monday, November 27, at 11:59 pm ET.

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Come see the Minnesota Genealogy Center

The William J. Hoffman Library will be open and ready for business at its new location, the Minnesota Genealogy Center, this Wednesday, November 29.

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What’s the difference?

I’ve been preoccupied the last few weeks with planning a Veterans Day event, “Salute to America’s Finest” in Wayzata, MN.

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Coat of arms website

Some family historians I’ve met over the years have been particularly interested in their family crest. If you’re among them, you’ll want to read about this Coat of Arms website.

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New home for IGSI

Irish Genealogical Society International (IGSI) is getting settled into its new home in Mendota Heights.

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Andersons in Carrig

The latest edition of IGSI’s eNewsletter, Ginealas, arrived in members’ email boxes this weekend. A flurry of online map ordering activity ensued.

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