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New Castle Library elevator will be out of order for 5-6 months

November 22 – The New Castle Public Library elevator is expected to be out of order for the next five to six months. The elevator, which serves the book cellar in the basement and the youth services, genealogy, periodicals and…

Venus Ransomware | Zeoticus spin-off shows sophistication isn’t necessary for success

Venus ransomware has been launching data encryption attacks across the globe since at least August 2022. Last week, the Healthcare Industry Cybersecurity Coordination Center released a advisory stating that at least one healthcare entity in the United States had fallen…

BACK TO THE WEST | Search for remains of Tulsa massacre victims reveals 21 coffins | New

OKLAHOMA 21 new coffins found in search of Tulsa massacre victims The search for the remains of victims of the Tulsa Race Massacre in 1921 uncovered 21 additional coffins in unmarked graves in the city’s Oaklawn Cemetery, officials said. Seventeen…

Genealogy (and the Problem of Family Trees on the Web)

Genealogy (and the Problem of Family Trees on the Web) Genealogy or the study of family lines is not a new science, but the availability of online research tools has transformed the hobby from a rather exclusive pursuit into something…

Haliburton Highlands Genealogy Group offers historic expertise » Minden Times

Gail Leach-Wunker, current president of the Haliburton Highlands Genealogy Group, shared a fascinating story about family history that she uncovered with the help of resources from other group members at their meeting on Tuesday, October 18. /VIVIAN COLLINGS Personal Haliburton…

Global Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing Market Report to 2027

DUBLIN, November 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing Market by Test Type, by Technology Chip, Targeted Analysis, Whole Genome Sequencing, by Sample, by Distribution Channel, by Region, Forecast and Competitive Opportunity, 2027” report has been added to…

Trace the past with Haliburton Highlands Genealogy Group

Gail Leach-Wunker, current president of the Haliburton Highlands Genealogy Group, shared a fascinating story about family history that she uncovered with the help of resources from other group members at their meeting on Tuesday, October 18. /VIVIAN COLLINGS Personal Trace…

Tina Marie Jackman Logan, UT | News, Sports, Jobs

January 30, 1957 October 28, 2022, Logan, Utah Beloved Tina Marie Jackman, (Godás Hummingbird) 65, of Logan, Utah, died in Logan on Friday, October 28, 2022 following a car accident. Tina Marie was born at Utah Valley…

Genealogy Workshop returns as an in-person event | Vision

The Wilson-Cobb History and Genealogy Research Library Presents a Day of Seminars with National Accredited Genealogist Drew Smith Who am I? Where I come from ? These are questions that many Americans ask themselves. Reasons for a hole or chasm…

GAC Family Christmas 2022 Movie Schedule

It may still be fall, but for fans of all things Christmas, the holiday movie streaming season is already upon us. No one knows this better than GAC Family, which just released its Programming of Christmas films 2022. So now…

Genealogy Products and Services Market 2022 Plus, By Application, By Type, By End Customer, By Territorial Industry Insights 2029 | MyHeritage, Billion Graves, Ancestry.com

Reading time:3 minutes, 48 ​​seconds New Jersey (USA) – The Genealogy Products and Services Market report offers a unique perspective on the global market. Analysts believe that changing consumption patterns will greatly influence the overall market. The research report…

AAU Hosts 5th Annual Armenian Genealogy Conference

YEREVAN — The Armenian Genealogical Conference (AGC) held its fifth annual meeting Sept. 24-25 at the American University of Armenia (AAU). The weekend began with a book presentation by AAU President Emeritus and Founding Dean of Turpanjian College of Health…

Nancy M. Claus | News, Sports, Jobs

Nancy Christmas MARQUETTE – Nancy Marie Claus, 79, of Marquette, and former resident of Big Bay, entered into eternal life Saturday morning, October 22, 2022, at home under the loving and comforting care of her family….

Marjorie Johnson | News, Sports, Jobs

Manufacturer: 0x4c, Date: 2017-10-19, Version: 4, Purpose: Kan03, Act: Lar01, EY May 24, 1932-Oct. 17, 2022 OAKDALE – Marjorie L. Johnson (née Lavoie), 90, of Oakdale passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on October 17,…

Gretchen Plantz – KCSR / KBPY

Memorial services for Gretchen Plantz, 79, will be held Monday, October 24, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Alliance, NE. The ashes will be interred at a later date in the family plot at Fairview Cemetery…

Independence: 7 Incredible Places to Visit in Independence, Missouri

Tourist Attractions – Places to Visit in Independence Missouri If you are planning a trip to Missouri, you might want to stop at Independence. It’s a small town with plenty to do. For example, you can visit the Truman Library…

FamilySearch genealogy site suffers data breach

There’s something magical about discovering where you come from and how your ancestors migrated around the globe. There are several websites where you can create a complete family tree, Ancestry.com, My Heritage and FamilySearch being the most popular. In most…

Free genealogy workshop presented by the DAR

On Saturday, October 29, 2022, at 9:30 a.m., a FREE genealogy workshop will be presented by The Eli Skinner Chapter, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR). The workshop will be conducted in partnership with the Palatine Library, 700…

Roanoke College introduces the community to ongoing research from the Genealogy of Slavery Project

SALEM, Va. (WDBJ) – Since 2019, students and staff at the Center for the Study of Racial Structures (CSSR) at Roanoke College have been working on a research project to identify the history of slavery in Southwestern Virginia. “The larger…

Salisbury Fire Service will celebrate 150 years of service

By Susan Canfora Salisbury Fire Service celebrates milestone anniversary – its150e – with a parade, demonstrations, tours, refreshments – and certainly stories shared by the men and women of its distinguished ranks. Scheduled for 10 a.m. on Saturday October 22,…

Tracing Black Roots with African American Genealogy

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis resident Colleen Heeter has always had an interest in genealogy — the study of families. She loves finding family members she never knew she had. “I’ve met about 65 different cousins. They’re all over the United States….

Celebration of Life Joan Carolyn Keeney

Joan Carolyn Keeney was born on May 17, 1932 in Newberg, Missouri. She died of this life on July 20, 2022 in Ahwahnee, California at the age of 90. Joan Carolyn Keeney. She was the 2nd born daughter of Lindsay…

How to Preserve Your Family History, No Need for Difficult Interviews

RYAN JOBSON, 32, felt distraught. Her father, 62, had just begun recovering from a heart attack at his home in Woodstock, New York. The couple had always intended to spend time writing the story of the eldest Mr Jobson, with…

Sacramento sheriff uses DNA to identify homicide victim

Using DNA genealogy techniques to track down the killers, authorities have identified the human remains of a transient woman who was killed and found 14 years ago in southern Sacramento County. The identity of Shannon Vielguth, born in 1969, has…

Piece together your family puzzle in OPL’s new genealogy room

Laura Marlane, Executive Director, Omaha Public Library The story of the W. Dale Clark Library as it prepares to be demolished and relocated. I come from a family of storytellers. I grew up listening to stories of…

Iris Stacy McClure | News, Sports, Jobs

McClure Iris Stacy McClure, 95, died of natural causes on September 21, 2022 at the Kennybrook Village retirement community in Grimes, IA. Iris was born on February 7, 1927 in Marietta, Ohio, the daughter of Dewey…

How to trace your black ancestry and build your family tree

John Sadler browses Ancestry.com and takes notes while researching his family history at his home in Charlotte on February 14, 2022. Sadler spent time on Monday researching information about a cousin and her husband who lived in Gastonia. Alex Slitz…

SHERRY PRESTON: Genealogy

I have an ancestor who fought in the Revolutionary War, so I typed his name, Elijah Park, into My Heritage (library edition) to see what would come out of it. I had to guess his date of birth – let’s…

Janet Elizabeth “Lawler” Keeler

Janet Elizabeth “Lawler” Keeler, 80, of Billings Montana, died Sept. 22 in Billings Montana. Funeral services will be held Thursday, September 29 at 11 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 3595 Monad Road Billings Montana 59106…

Readers tell how they turn Saturday into Shabbat – The Forward

Illustration by Matthew Litman/Jordan Greene/Lambert/Getty Images via iStock By the Forward Staff September 22, 2022 A rabbi prepares a special hot chocolate for his sons, topped with sweets depicting stories from the Torah. A woman walks out to meet friends…

Annual Hāwera Genealogy Group Book Fair to Feature Thousands of Titles

The annual book fair offers a number of titles to suit all tastes. Photo/ Provided An annual fair gives lovers of books, music and puzzles the opportunity to enrich their collections. Jill Williams, head of the Hāwera Genealogy Group, said…

Free genealogy conference and heritage celebration

National speakers Kathleen Brandt and Dan Debenham will present keynote addresses for Identity Quest. Brandt is an international genealogist and private investigator. She did research for Who do you think you are? and PBS Find your roots. Brandt has extensive…

How to Trace Your Genealogy in South Africa

According to Still Life Genealogy – a genealogical research services company, South African genealogy has grown in popularity over the past 10 years. Uveka Rangappa spoke to Jayde Rossiter – a Still Life Genealogy genealogist, about how one can trace…

Jewish genealogy site helps Lviv digitize wartime records

(September 21, 2022 / JNS) JewishGen, a non-profit organization and Jewish genealogy website, announced on Tuesday a partnership with the Central State Historical Archive of Ukraine in Lviv to help them preserve historical records at risk of being lost or…

Maryland Quietly Drops Parts of Genealogy Privacy Law

A WMAR-2 News investigation has heard that the Maryland Department of Health quietly stopped implementing key elements of a landmark privacy law designed to protect ancestry data online. The law, signed into law last year, was seen as a model…

Céline Swan: Let your imagination sing in your library! | Lifestyles

September is library card month! The theme is Let your imagination sing in your library. Well, don’t worry, even though my name is Celine, I certainly don’t sing like Celine Dion, so I’m not going to hurt your ears and…

Northwest Missouri Residents Share a Passion for Genealogy

September 15—Genealogy is a hobby that came naturally to Dr. Caroline Merrigan. Relatives before her spent summers driving across the country to states like Kentucky, Virginia and Pennsylvania to learn more about their family history. So, as soon as Merrigan’s…

Battle Creek author writes Revolutionary War novel based on his ancestry

Mark Crawford just wanted to record his family history for posterity. Three years later, the Battle Creek resident did further genealogy research which revealed that his paternal great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather fought with the rebel settlers alongside a brother during the American Revolution…

Genealogist Tourists and the Digital Community History Archive | Select

Vacations can take people to all kinds of new and interesting places. Some people aim to visit all 50 states and try to visit a new one every year or two. Some people have a list of ballparks they want…

Identity-by-descendancy analysis of CMTX3 links three families through a common founder

In the absence of large historical pedigrees, genetic data can be successfully used to uncover cryptic relatedness between families and confirm founder effects. Using genome-wide genotype data coupled with IBD algorithms, we determined that the 78 kb insertion 8q24.3 on…

Cyber ​​hygiene requires critical thinking

To his farewell speech in outgoing August, Andy Penn, CEO of Telstra, said the cyber threat had never been greater than it is today. He mentioned the deteriorating geopolitical situation and the big change in the way criminals operate in…

Learn About DNA and More at Genealogy Seminars | New

Journal Staff Tanya Manus The Rapid City Society for Genealogical Research will explore how to use DNA testing in genealogical research, where to find reliable genealogy information online and much more at its upcoming seminars on September 30 and October…

📖10 free things the Orange County Library System is giving cardholders

ORANGE COUNTY, Florida. – National Library Map Month is held in September and began in 1987 to promote library resources at the start of the school year. It’s now 2022 and a library card goes way beyond student access to…

Queensland family ‘shocked’ by unexpected $1.4million inheritance

A Queensland family have been ‘shocked’ to find they will receive a staggering $1.4million inheritance they had no idea existed. When Marcel* died in hospital in 2018 with dementia, there were no details about his family. There was no will…

Sharon Kerridge, a pioneer of online genealogy research, helped create the Orleans County GenWeb site

Published on September 5, 2022 at 08:22 By Catherine Cooper, Orleans County Historian Illuminating Orleans – Vol. 2, No. 31 Sharon Kerridge Sharon Kerridge, who was recognized as an Orleans County Legendary Local in 2011, died at her home in…

How #gravetok gravestone cleaning videos went viral | Death and die

Jhe headstone in Helensburgh Cemetery is in loving memory of someone, but it’s hard to say exactly who. Exposure to 92 years of Scottish weather made it dirty and grubby, but two small white streaks in the bottom corner caught…

Genealogical databases | IJN | Intermountain Jewish News

Jhe main genealogical databases are Ancestry, FamilySearch, my legacy and FindMyPast. All have sets of international and overlapping records, but all have unique collections. First some general principles about databases. Our ancestors left many records during their lifetime, whether they…

Sharon Halverson Nelson | News, Sports, Jobs

07/31/31 – 08/29/22 Our dear mother, grandmother and great-grandmother Sharon Halverson Nelson passed away on August 29, 2022 of age-related causes. She was born in Ogden, Utah to Charles Alton Halverson and Bernice Clark on July…

Norfolk County Archives to Host Genealogy Symposium

Content of the article The Genealogy Symposium, hosted by Norfolk County Archives, is back. Content of the article After the inaugural event in 2019, the symposium has been canceled for the past two years due to the pandemic. The second…

Geraldine Gillies Griffin | News, Sports, Jobs

Geraldine Gillies Griffin, 88, of American Fork, Utah, passed away on August 26, 2022 peacefully at home surrounded by her family. Born July 13, 1934 to Claude and Naomi Gillies. Geraldine (Jerry) was born and raised…

Who is Marie’ ? Suffolk Police use genetic genealogy to identify 1983 murder victim

Who is she? For years, Suffolk County police have been stymied in their efforts to identify a woman whose remains were found in 1999 buried under a concrete patio at a Bellport home. Known only as “Mary”, she had been…

Mary Irene McMullen Shankula Bywater – St George News

February 22, 1931-Aug. 20, 2022 Mary Irene McMullen Shankula Bywater passed away peacefully in the next life on Saturday, August 20, 2022. Irene was surrounded by comfort, love and family, a gift she had always hoped to have at the…

Jeanne Nofsinger | Obituaries | Cumberland Times News

Joan Arlene Nofsinger September 1, 1930 – August 22, 2022 Joan Arlene (Morris) Nofsinger, 91, of Keyser, W.Va., died Monday, Aug. 22, 2022, at the fountains at Albemarle Skilled Nursing Facility, Tarboro, North Carolina Daughter of Bertha Mae (Riley) Morris…

Armenian Genealogy Conference announces preliminary agenda

YEREVAN—The Armenian Genealogy Conference has announced the preliminary agenda for its fifth conference to be held, for the first time, in Armenia from September 23-25. The conference is co-sponsored by the Hamazkayin Cultural Association and the American University of Armenia…

🌱 Increase in the salary of bus operators! + 4 municipal swimming pools closed + 🎶Music By The Bay⛵

Hello friends! It’s Monday in San Diego, and I’m back in your inbox📥 with everything good to print on what’s happening in town. Let’s do this… Calling all high school graduates! With a higher salary💲and better benefits, the North County…

Dorothy “Pat” Russell-Runge | Obituary

May 9, 1940—Aug. 16, 2022 Dorothy “Pat” Russell-Runge (Moen), born May 9, 1940, made her way to eternal fame with her family in by his side on August 16, 2022, after a short battle with cancer and a longer battle…

At Dublin’s Shelbourne Hotel, a genealogy butler can trace your Irish roots

Book now: The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin For Marcia DeSanctis, author of the next travel memoir A Hard Place to Leave: Stories from a Troubled Life, his Irish heritage has always played second fiddle to his Italian roots. “The Irish part…

California man convicted of murders in 1980s cold cases because of his genetic genealogy

A California prosecutor labeled as a serial killer was convicted on Thursday of raping and killing two women in the 1980s after investigators linked him to DNA evidence, prosecutors said. Horace Van Vaultz Jr., 67, was convicted of first-degree murder…

MarDell Kendall – Mariposa Gazette

MarDell Kendall died in Fresno on August 11, 2022. She was born to Herman and Jettie Bean on January 22, 1941 in Whittier, California. She spent most of her childhood in Running Springs, California with her younger brothers, Greg and…

Genealogy – OKINAWA PREFECTURAL LIBRARY

Colin SewakeSpecial for the Hawai’i Herald “Knowledge is power,” goes the saying attributed to Francis Bacon in his published work, “Meditationes Sacrae” (1597). But how do we acquire knowledge? Reading books is one way, and these books can be found…

Lois Patricia Rusche | News, Sports, Jobs

1944 — 2022 We lovingly announce the passing of our mother, sister, wife, grandmother and friend Patricia. Lois Patricia Lewis was born to Walter Roderic and Lois McDonald Lewis in the Los Angeles suburb of Van…

Verogen and Gene by Gene Form Groundbreaking Partnership to Accelerate Adoption of Forensic Genetic Genealogy

SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Verogen, Inc. and Gene by Gene today announced a partnership to accelerate the adoption of forensic genetic genealogy. Under the agreement, Gene by Gene, parent company of FamilyTreeDNA, will support DNA downloads generated from the Verogen ForenSeq Kintelligence…

Things to do in Long Beach: Long Beach Jazz Festival, free school supplies and Monkeypox study session

A young girl reads a book while her mother listens to speakers in the KidSpace at the Billie Jean King Main Library in Long Beach during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 13, 2022. (Richard H. Grant | Signal Tribune) friday…

Carbon Tribunal News – Times News Online

register of wills Carbon County Registry of Wills and Orphans’ Court Clerk Jean A. Papay announced the following for the end of July. Total number of files opened in the register of wills and clerk of the orphans’ court: testamentary/administration,…

East Morgan County Library News: Genealogy program scheduled for August 15 at Brush Library – The Fort Morgan Times

The East Morgan County Library District offers a wide range of programs for all ages. As summer draws to a close, we’re sad to see some programs leaving for the year and excited for new ones! While Story Time and…

Joyce DeannePhillips Essmiller

Joyce Deanne (Phillips) Essmiller, 96, died Aug. 7, 2022, at HaysMed, Hays, Kansas, after a short illness. She was born on February 11, 1926 in Hoisington, Kansas, to Mark Paul and Ida Marie (Willcutt) Phillips. She spent her early years…

JonBenét Ramsey murder: Cops urged to use cutting-edge tech to retest DNA on 3 key pieces of evidence

BOULDER, COLORADO: The murder of JonBenét Ramsey remains unsolved, even after nearly 26 years. However, a team of volunteer investigators and a detective’s daughter think they know what the Boulder Police Department should focus on to take the next step…

Donald Wright – Storm Lake Times Pilot

Donald (LeRoy) Wright was born on December 4, 1942 at the Porath Clinic in Storm Lake, to Mary Robinson Wright and Donald Wright. He was raised on a farm near Schaller. He attended elementary school at Cook #3 Country School…

The deception of genealogy | Eviatar Zerubavel » IAI TV

People’s fascination with genealogy is nothing new, but modern biology has apparently made possible an exact breakdown of the DNA of our ancestors. Besides the questionable accuracy of some of these ancestry reports, what this cultural phenomenon reveals is a…

Richard J. Hanson 1934-2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN — Richard James Hanson, 88, died Saturday, July 30, 2022, surrounded by his family. He was born June 26, 1934 in Warren, son of Hugh James Hanson and Miriam Krahl Hanson. On November 4, 1978,…

State government will cooperate in making microfilm for genealogy preservation, says CM Gehlot

August 01, 2022 03:19 Written by: Naresh Sharma & Navin Sharma Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Sunday that the tradition of genealogical writing is an important part of civilization and culture and that genealogists have important reserves of…

Genealogy conference scheduled for August 7

EDWARDSVILLE – “Finding Your Family Tree Using DNA” is the topic of the Madison County Historical Society’s Aug. 7 program. Debi Burgess, working through the DNA Detectives Facebook page, has helped hundreds of families find their birth parents. The program…

People learn about genealogy, Easton’s changing landscape in library’s treasure trove of history | Lehigh Valley Regional News

EASTON, Pennsylvania – Inside the Easton Area Public Library on Church Street is a treasure trove of local history. It’s called the historical room of Marx. Sharon Gothard can tell you all about it. This is where she has worked…

Online Journals – Amazing Genealogy Resource

You can use newspaper databases to find genealogical information such as birth, marriage, and death records, obituaries, and probate cases. You can also find interesting information about your ancestors. In the past, newspapers published all kinds of news – local,…

Celebrate Family History Month in August

The genealogy group set up storyboards all over town. Photo / Provided August is Family History Month, and the local genealogy group has planned several activities for those who want to research their family or those who need a reminder…

The best way to keep genealogy research in assisted living?

Question: My sister-in-law is moving into an assisted living facility and has years and years of genealogical research, projects and documents. It seems no one else in the family cares about these things, but I’m afraid to get rid of…

How Russia Could Use Your Aunt’s Genealogical Hobby to Kill You

Your aunt’s genealogy hobby could help China or Russia design a bio-weapon to kill your family. This risk worries policymakers and officials in the United States, even though it is a distant prospect for most people. The emergence of such…

Cemetery Software Market Size, Development Data, Analysis and Growth Forecast 2022 to 2028 – Cemify, CemSites, Ovs-Genealogy, Legacy Mark, NewCom Technologies, Ramaker & Associates, Grave Discover Software, Memorial Business Systems, Pontem Software, TechniServe

The cemetery software market The 2022-2029 report provides a detailed analysis of market dynamics with a focus on secondary research. The report sheds light on the current status of the market size, share, demand, development patterns and forecast for the…

WEEK AHEAD: July 18-24 | Local

Monday July 18 The Southern Boone County Library will be offering story time in its assembly hall at 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. for children ages 3-5. Registration is mandatory. Author Aaron Fox will read aloud from his new book…

East Morgan County Library News: Digital Resources Abound at Brush Library – The Fort Morgan Times

It seems that after July 4, summer evaporates. A new school year is fast approaching and we are all trying to make the most of our summer holidays. So while you’re making your final road trips or hanging around waiting…

Roots Ireland Genealogy Website Special Offer July 2022

The Roots Ireland genealogy website (www.rootsireland.ie) is currently offering a special offer – 20% off annual subscriptions – until July 14. Roots Ireland holds the most comprehensive and accurate set of Roman Catholic church registers online, as well as many…

Genetic Genealogy Grants Help Solve Washington’s Cold Cases

SEATTLE, AP — Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Monday that grants from his office recently helped local law enforcement solve three cold cases using genetic genealogy, and 20 more investigations are in the works. Classes. The Grays Harbor County…

Genealogy of Scent: Green Woods, with Dana El Masri (online)

Fri, Aug 12, 2022 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (UTC-7) Tickets ($49.37) here. Perfumer Dana El Masri teaches the genealogy of perfume, covering the category of green woods (cypress, pine, etc.). About this event During 2022, we…

Genealogy Entries Needed for County Fair

July 8 – The Open Class Genealogy/History Department invites the Union County public to enter exhibits at the Union County Fair in Afton. Registrations for the Genealogy/History Department will be accepted from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Thursday, July 21…

Yankee Publishing, Inc. Becomes 100% Employee-Owned

Independence, integrity, ingenuity, perseverance, autonomy, community Valuation advice | ESOP Consulting | Merger & Acquisition | Transfer of ownership Yankee Publishing Headquarters, Dublin, NH As a 100% employee-owned company, we are more excited than ever about what the future holds…

Former students can sue over published yearbook photos

A federal judge has told a former class of students they can sue PeopleConnect after their yearbook photos were posted without their permission on the company’s social networking site. Classmates.com. A class of Californians represented by lead plaintiffs Meredith Callahan…

🌱 Bomb threat at Walmart + shooting on Pennsylvania Avenue

Hello everyone. I’m back with your new copy of the Savannah Daily. Here are all the most important things to know about what’s happening in town. First, today’s weather forecast: A storm around the afternoon. High: 91 Low: 76. 🏡…

A logarithmic map of the entire observable universe

The basic composition of a human body This was originally posted on Elements. Sign up for the free mailing list to get beautiful natural resource megatrend visualizations in your email every week. The human body is a miraculous, well-oiled and…

LA County returns Bruce’s Beach to the Black family over 90 years after Manhattan Beach took it

The nation’s first apparent act of property-based reparations is complete – awaiting escrow. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday, June 28 to return two parcels of beachfront property to the Bruce family, more than 90…

Charles Richard “Rick” Wolfe 1947-2022 | Obituary

Charles Richard “Rick” Wolfe, Jr., 74, of Petrolia died Wednesday, June 22, 2022. Rick was born December 19, 1947, in Chanute, Kansas, the son of Charles Richard Sr. and Mable Irene (Kelly) Wolf. Rick grew up in Chanute and graduated…

Dig a little deeper into the military archives

When I’m working on my family tree, I can easily go down a “rabbit hole.” So, I made a conscious effort to stay focused. I identified one branch of the tree at a time and located the men and women…

genealogy resources in Upshur County – My Buckhannon

BUCKHANNON – Whether they now live near or far, many people call Buckhannon or Upshur County home. Given the fast-paced and ever-changing world we now live in, some of us have a renewed interest in looking back in time to…

Mary Jo Gibbons – Duluth News Tribune

Mary Josephine (Gagnon) Gibbons of Grand Rapids, MN passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at Grand Itasca Hospital at the age of 85. Mary Jo was born on September 23, 1936, in Grafton, North…

93 years after being taken, the land of Bruce’s Beach in Southern California could be back with his family by the end of July

Two parcels of oceanfront property in Manhattan Beach could be back in the hands of his heritage heirs by the end of next month – 93 years after the original owners, who were black, had their property taken away from…

Michael Stephen “Steve” Peters, Sr. | Obituary

Michael Stephen “Steve” Peters, Sr. died at Johnson City Medical Center on June 19 after a brief illness. He was born in Hampton, TN on July 11, 1941. He grew up in TN and Mishawaka, IN. He served as a…

Genealogy Products and Services Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The Genealogy Products and Services Market The research report examines the market in detail over the predicted period. The research is divided into sections, each of which includes analysis of market trends and changes. Drivers,…

Jeannine Catherine Call

Jeannine Catherine Call was born to Augustine and Catherine Depperschmidt on July 25, 1931 in Park, Kansas. Jeannine was the eldest of 4 children. Jeannie was a teacher early in her life in Wichita, Ks. where she met William D….

Senior Census Bureau Official to Address Genealogy Enthusiasts – June 21

Amelia Island Genealogical SocietySubmitted by Rob Portegies-ZwartProgram ChairJune 16, 2022 Sharon Tosi Lacey Chief Historian of the US Census Bureau. The Amelia Island Genealogical Society is proud to announce a very special program for its 7:00 p.m. meeting on Tuesday,…

Jenifer L. Gandee Barker | News, Sports, Jobs

Jenifer L. Gandee Barker Jenifer L. Gandee Barker, 45, of Spencer, WV, died at her home on June 14, 2022, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Jenifer was born October 5, 1976 in Spencer,…

How to Locate Addresses for Invitations or Maps – Research Snipers

Lost contact with a relative or old friend and don’t have their current address? There are many ways to find a current address, from searching public records to using the people search. After choosing the design of the card or…

Library launches a “new chapter” | News, Sports, Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN – Emma Miles identified the origin of many of her ancestors in the south of England, although she did not have to cross the Atlantic Ocean to do so. “It’s amazing. I love the light and the…

Broomfield Genealogy Society Monthly Meeting Planned – Broomfield Enterprise

The Broomfield Genealogy Society’s program for June is “Use WikiTree – the world tree to research your ancestors!”, presented by Mags Gaulden on June 20 at 6:30 p.m. The presentation starts at 7 p.m. with an informal meeting starting at…

Book sale, BBQ, art installation, jazz night, latest food trucks, be an ally, and more

Above: Highlights for the next ten days include this Saturday’s Friends of the Library book sale and the final evening of the Rotary Food Truck Festival. (photos by Beth Melo) Here are the highlights of what’s going on around (or…

Friends Pay Tribute to the Late Sal Serio by Continuing His Genealogy Classes at the Jefferson Parish Library | Entertainment/Life

Friends are stepping up to pay tribute to the late Sal Serio, longtime curator of the Italian-American Research Center at the West Bank Regional Library, by continuing his summer genealogy series after his death on May 23. Serio ran a…

Columbia Library to Host Family Tree Guide Via Genealogy Service | Central Missouri News

COLUMBIA — Family history research is becoming increasingly innovative. “20 years ago, you had to spend a day researching just to find the census. But now it’s just a mouse click away, and you’re done right away,” said Tim Dollens,…

St. Charles Public Library to Resume Genealogy Program After Hours June 11 – Shaw Local

After a two-year hiatus, the St. Charles Public Library will resume genealogy hours from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday. New and experienced genealogists will have exclusive use of the library’s public documents and computers, giving them access to many of…

Finding hope, even in the wait: St. John’s new Lutheran pastor strives to stay ahead

By Carrina Stanton / For the Chronicle There is perhaps no better description of when Reverend Jim Odden came to St. John’s Lutheran, or of his attitude towards him, than what is inked directly on his skin. Pastor Jim, as…

Author explores European medieval times and genealogy in fantastic new book

“I created the Bonefairy game and wanted there to be a storyline to go with it,” Spiegel said. “The book explores the world of fantastical creatures in medieval European times and incorporates DNA and genealogy to create bewildering powers.” …

Immerse yourself in the fun with the Omaha Public Library’s Summer Reading Program | Lifestyles

Summer has arrived and it’s time for the Omaha Public Library’s annual summer reading program. From now until July 31, it’s all about reading for fun and (although reading is its own reward) for a chance to win some great…