This week’s crème de la crème

Some of the bijoux I discovered during the past seven days.


PRDH: The Programme de recherche en démographie historique at the Université de Montréal by Dick Eastman on Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter.

The Drouin Collection — Microfilmed and Digitized by Sandra Goodwin on Maple Stars and Stripes.

Croisetière Name Variations by Tim Firkowski on The Genealogy Assistant: A Family History Detective.

Reverse genealogy by John Grenham on Irish Roots.

How A Professional Genealogist Found Her Townland of Origin, Part I and Part II by Lisa Walsh Dougherty on Townland of Origin.

Irish Ancestors hones in on registrar districts by Claire Santry on Irish Genealogy News.

My trip to Scotland — What I did right and wrong by Diane Gould Hall on Michigan Family Trails.

First World War Glasgow Site Launches by Chris Paton on The British GENES Blog.

Why not start your research with YouTube by James Tanner on Genealogy’s Star.

Oral Family History Fades in Just Three Generations by Paul G. Nauta on FamilySearch Blog.

Evernote and the Family History Traveler by Lynn Palermo on The Armchair Genealogist.

Blogtrottr — a means to get those valuable genealogy blog posts to your inbox! by Diane L. Richard on UpFront with NGS.

Closet or Cloud? Who gets your Stuff? by Dianne Nolin on Genealogy: Beyond the BMD.

New Online Collection of Civil War Records Released in Observance of Memorial Day by Paul G. Nauta on FamilySearch Blog.


James Grant, the Empress of Ireland’s hero by John Kalbfleisch, Montreal Gazette.

One soldier, three cemeteries and a mother who never stopped plotting by Katie Daubs, Toronto Star.

Copyright © 2014, Gail Dever.

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