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Inklings, Hunches, and Sneaking Suspicions
Sue Lisk shows you how to deal with those strange notions that present themselves during your online family history research
Diane L. Richard looks at why crowdsourcing has become such a valuable benefit to the genealogy community
Who Were Those Brave Young Men?
Constance R. Cherba highlights online sources used to research the lives of five WWII soldiers who sacrificed all for their country
Did a Meteorite Land Near
Your Ancestorís House?
David A. Norris examines how meteors may have played a part in your family history
Scottish Tax Rolls
David A. Norris looks at a comprehensive substitute for census rolls when researching Scottish ancestors
Joe Grandinetti investigates Irelandís Virtual Record Treasury: Beyond 2022
Sue Lisk offers five quick tasks to do when you need a break from the more challenging aspects of research
REVIEW: Scrivener 3
Lisa A. Alzo reviews the new and improved features of Scrivener 3 for Mac
Diane L. Richard looks at websites and related news that are sure to be of interest
Tony Bandy reviews an online service that allows users to upload media, write stories and share them easily
A Look at Genlighten
Diane L. Richard looks at a unique and affordable family history service
Dave Obee looks at getting the most from online newspapers