Some of the bijoux I discovered this week.
How to date Griffith’s Valuation precisely by John Grenham on John Grenham – Irish Roots.
New research tool – Townland Explorer – launched by Claire Santry on Irish Genealogy News.
A New Look at Bloggers’ Toolboxes by Linda Stufflebean on Empty Branches on the Family Tree.
Getting Real with Naming Patterns by Lorine McGinnis Schulze on Legacy News.
Source Citations: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly by Diana Elder on Family Locket.
Make Your Family History Book Kid-Friendly by Nicole Elder on Family Locket.
Good and bad news from the National Library of Australia by John D. Reid on Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections.
Google Translate adds Scottish Gaelic by Chris Paton on The British GENES blog.
Interment rights for Ancestor’s burial plots ~ How to gain ownership by Diane Gould Hall on Michigan Family Trails.
Filles du Roi — the Perilous Journey by Sandra Goodwin on Maple Stars and Stripes.
A ‘Promised Land’ for slaves on the run by Janice Bradbeer, Toronto Star.
Celebrating more than a century of black history in Saskatchewan by Andrea Hill, Saskatoon (Saskatchewan) StarPhoenix.
The Wrights, the Sparks (and more): Wayne Lester is the Kevin Bacon of Ottawa ancestry by Bruce Deachman, Ottawa Citizen.
Family history unveils surprises by Svjetlana Mlinarevic, Daily Time-Herald (Grande Prairie, Alberta).
Sarnia Historical Society retyped and published historical document by Tyler Kula, Sarnia (Ontario) Observer.
Handwritten letters dating back to WWII show side of Alberta man his grandchildren never knew by Caley Ramsay, Global News (Edmonton, Alberta).
Alberta RCMP locate rightful owners of handwritten letters dating back to 1946 by Caley Ramsay, Global News (Edmonton, Alberta).