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New episode of Genealogy News is out for you to listen to or read the transcript.

Find out what happened at the recently held NGS conference, Ancestry’s Q1 earnings, why Ancestry closed Sorenson, how Ancestry’s New Ancestor Discoveries work, new MyHeritage feature, some Quebec and Irish records news, and much more.

http://geneatopia.com/episode-62-2015-may-21/
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Looking Past Land and Probate Records - a new blog post by Marian Pierre-Louis.
by Marian Pierre-Louis Following my recent blog post Bring Down Those Brick Walls! I received this response from Elizabeth: "There has been a lot of discussion lately about land and probate use. The conversations make the assumption that everyone either...
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I've got a new webinar in the Legacy library. It's one of my favorite talks!
 
Got New England ancestors? Don't miss this new BONUS webinar for Legacy Subscribers - "New England Deeds and Probate: A Powerful Combination" by Marian Pierre-Louis. Now in the Legacy library.
Are you stuck on an ancestor in New England (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont)? As Marian Pierre-Louis states in her new webinar, "New England Deeds and Probate," the answer you are looking for may be hiding in...
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Dr. Thomas W. Jones says he'll have a brand new book ready for his new course "Mastering the Art of Genealogical Documentation" first offered at #GRIP2016. I'd ❤ to take it and prepare a new Study Group series.

http://www.gripitt.org/?p=1772
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Do Something Worth...

"Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing" - Benjamin Franklin

Good morning Google+! You know, it's almost the weekend and I bet you're just itching to push through the day. 

Heck, +Wade Harman was convinced it was already Friday. (He must be anxious about possibly being the next #FridayDanceParty  challenger.)

But here's what I want you to focus on today:

Do something that you're proud of. Take at least 15min, sit down somewhere comfortable and engage your creativity. Engage the side of you that wants to do something bigger, something greater. 

What does that look like? What are you working towards? What one thing do you need to accomplish today that will make today a success?

Do that thing. 

Make today an awesome day-- it's up to you. Nobody can stop you. 

#inspiration   #creativity   #quote   #quotegraphic  
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NEHGS offers free access to military databases for Memorial Day weekend.
May 20, 2015—Boston, Massachusetts—In the spirit of Memorial Day and to make ancestral research even more productive this holiday weekend, AmericanAncestors.org and New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) have made several online military databases accessible FREE to all who wish to ...
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Randy Seaver originally shared to Ancestry.com:
 
Weekly Best of the Genea-Blogs posted with excellent genealogy writnig and blogging - see http://www.geneamusings.com/2015/05/best-of-genea-blogs-10-to-16-may-2015.html
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Serendipity and Why I love Footnotes!
I am currently reading a nonfiction book called Soldier Engraver Forger: Richard Brunton's Life on the Fringe in America's New Republic by Deborah M. Child. The timing is coincidentally perfect. I just finished an historical fiction book called The Schoolmaster's Daughter by John Smolens.
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New Frontiers: Online Access is Not Enough!
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Very interesting. I hope scientists do more research on this.
 
Do your genes react to the weather? Scientists are investigating why some genes – like those promoting or suppressing inflammation – behave differently depending on the season. Read more about their work here: http://23me.co/ddIoIo
Genes linked to inflammation are more active in winter, a study hints. That might partly explain why some diseases, including Type 1 diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis, are more likely to start then.
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Today I took a close look at Cyndi's List!
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House Historian - Genealogist - Podcaster. General interests - old houses, writing, history, photography, travel, wine, locally grown.
Introduction
         
Host of Fieldstone Common, a podcast dedicated to sharing the passion for Northeastern history. Also host of The Genealogy Professional podcast where transitional and professional genealogists get tips from other genealogists about improving their business.

My main research focus is Southern New England (Connecticut, Rhode Island & Massachusetts). 



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Professional Scottish Family History Research

Holbrook-Blakeslee House (c. 1712) | A Preservationist's Technical Notebook
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The Holbrook-Blakeslee House, located at 54 Elm Street in Ansonia, Connecticut, is an interesting old home with a direct connection to the M

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Many of my genealogy colleagues have created their own blogs & I have found many of them interesting and informative. When I was young,