This week’s crème de la crème — March 26, 2016

Some of the bijoux I discovered this week.

Early Protestants in Early Canada? Check the Marriage Bonds 1779 – 1858, Upper & Lower Canada on Gone Researching.

On almost discovering another chapter in the story of a British Home Children by Andrew Simpson on Chorlton History.

19th century Irish Ordnance Survey maps uploaded by UCD by Chris Paton on The British GENES blog.

How good are the new Ancestry/FindMyPast Catholic transcripts? by John Grenham on Irish Roots.

Creating a Family Story and Memory Book by Lorine McGinnis Schulze on Olive Tree Genealogy.

What you need to know about original and derivative sources by Frederick Wertz on the Findmypast Blog.

How to Successfully Apply the Genealogical Proof Standard by Tyler S. Stahle on the FamilySearch Blog.

Oh The Changes I Have Seen in Genealogy! by Ruth Blair on The Passionate Genealogist.

Evernote for Genealogy Tip: Create Your Own Genealogy Library by Lisa Louise Cooke on Genealogy Gems.

Facebook: A powerful & fun free genealogy tool by Brian Sheffey on Genealogy Adventures.

Hard Beginnings: The Franco-American “Colony” in Brunswick and Before Flint, Brunswick was at the Center of a Public Health Crisis by James Myall, Bangor (Maine) Daily News.

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2 Responses to This week’s crème de la crème — March 26, 2016

  1. Ruth Blair says:

    Thanks for the mention Gail!

  2. I liked Ruth’s article. Oh, the good old days, eh. She mentions the GRD, a great resource still. FindMyPast has the GRD entries on-line but it is a bit tedious to use. A few libraries have the books and CDs. Much faster!

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