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How's Rootstech going?

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A look at the just-released data on the popularity of girls names in Israel, broken down by city, from 2014.

Hmmm. I see my posts from the blog never made it to G+ in the past couple of years. Don't want to back-fill everything. Guess I'll post a few recent ones.

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A look at some of the options in transitioning from FTM to other software, and what other companies are offering to help make that transition easier...

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My new FHISO proposal for dealing with names in genealogy documents and databases. For those interested in genealogy standards, I'd appreciate it if you could take a look and comment on the blog. Thanks.

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My new FHISO proposal on dealing with names in genealogy documents and databases. This is an attempt to take in consideration all the possible names a person could have in their lifetime, and account for cultural naming conventions, even multiple conventions used by the same person concurrently.

For those with an interest in genealogical standards, I would appreciate feedback in the comments on my blog. Thanks.

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A nice round up of Jewish newspaper archives available online.
Do you have Jewish ancestors? There have been dozens of Jewish-American newspapers published over the last hundred years and more. Check out this list of newspapers that have been made available online. And some extra resources that may help you find information and stories about your ancestors!

Find Your Ancestors in Historic Jewish American Newspapers

http://www.theancestorhunt.com/1/post/2014/01/find-your-ancestors-in-historic-jewish-american-newspapers.html#.UshKMvRDvZU

#genealogy   #familyhistory   #newspapers   #Jewish  
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Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging Lara.
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