Conway Twitty - The Grandest Lady Of Them All Written by Mel McDaniels
I can totally relate to Elyse's confession. This gave me a lot to think about with my own blogging habits.
The primary responsibility of the Genealogist will be conducting research to determine the authenticity of genealogical claims and claims regarding the recognition of known burial sites, Island of Oahu, Hawaii.
Once thought to be a cure all plant! Kudzu: The Vine that Ate the South « South Carolina Digital Newspaper Program
Caught up on watching Dr Gates' latest PBS series, The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross. Can't wait until Tuesday night to continue the journey.
Rodger is a really good singer and great guy. For any of my country music loving friends, check out his video.
It had been a while since I was on their website, but today I went to the Hardin County, Kentucky County Clerk's office and found that they have added digitized
Menachem Bodner survived the Auschwitz death camp. He was 4 years old then and doesn’t remember his time in the notorious death camp. He knows he had a twin brother,
Great way2raise$$4 a project-Genealogy Saves History:Ex-Slave Marriage Register 1865-1870 on @Kickstarter
Genealogy Saves History:Ex-Slave Marriage Register 1865-1870
I don't know what is more interesting, that bedbugs were found or that there are dogs that are trained to find them!
The Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh is expanding its coverage area. The following was written by the folks at the Institute: The Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) announced that
Tammy Hepps won the 2013 RootsTech Developer's Award. www.Treelines.com For more discussion, visit: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/10438265943090404...
Going In-Depth is the free digital genealogy magazine presented by The In-Depth Genealogist.
One of our best webinars ever!! The recording of today's webinar by Thomas MacEntee, "You Use WHAT for Genealogy? Wonderful Uses for Unusual Tools" is now online to view for
The Draper Manuscript Collection is now available online for free at FamilySearch.org. Lyman C. Draper (1815-1891) collected information on America’s first frontier and its notable figures and events, such as
New blog posting called "Sunday’s Obituary ~ Waller Munday's death 1909" at #genealogy
Sunday’s Obituary ~ Waller Munday's death 1909