This is the #timestamp version of Mondays with Myrt - 19 January 2015. Remember, you may click a timestamp and go directly to that portion of the Hangout on Air. We have included hyperlinks discussed during the show.

00:00 » Myrt Welcomes everyone
00:54 » Myrt comments about the amount of Facebook Posts actually are received by members of a group
01:05 » Comments from the Community
02:15 » International Decade for People of African Descent
03:08 » Hilary has an image a UK Army Registry of Soldier Effects

A link to the soldiers effects record group

07:35 » Tony talks about filing documents

Tony's blog; Parallax-Viewpoint

12:18 » Which lead into a conversation on #GenealogyDoOver
22:50 » Comments from the Community and Panel
25:00 » Short discussion on Meta Data, which is expanding on this whole topic
33:15 » Comments from the Community
34:18 » Jeff shared his scheme
35:42 » Comments from the Community

many comments in the community on this topic

36:15 » Pat shared Pennsylvania Mining Accidents

Mine Accidents

Tony Proctor

48:11 » Randy and his genealogy meeting on Saturday
50:05 » Randy and Land Records

1:00:50 » County line changes in UK
1:01:45 » Comments from Community


1:02:55 » Elise suggested Family Search 
is a good visual resource for UK jurisdictions

1:05:25 » John shared 
1:07:35 » Ed Thomson and Evidentia Training and Hangout Video Calls / Hangouts On Air
1:15:10 » Comments from the Community
1:16:58 » Elise as a Teacher and wanting to do her research

1:19:47 » Randy about Changes at

Ancestry comments at

1:26:14 » Welcome Lisa and talking about the GenLaw Study Group
1:31:03 » Comment from the Community
1:31:44 » 10 Commandments for Intimidated Souls

1:35:12 » Genealogy and the Law

Thanks for watching
Lots of comments from the Community below the video

Practical, down-to-earth advice for family historians.

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