This week’s crème de la crème — December 27, 2014

Some of the bijoux I discovered this Christmas week.

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Irish Newfoundland Connection by Joe Buggy on Townland of Origin.

An expert guide to the Griffith’s Valuation by Fiona Fitzsimons on Findmypast.

Genealogy Do-Over: Schedule of Topics by Thomas MacEntee on GeneaBloggers.

Setting the stage for success by Jen Baldwin on Ancestral Breezes.

Start Your Family Tree Week: 50% off FindMyPast by Claire Santry on Irish Genealogy News.

The Christmas Truce, 1914  by David Langrish on The National Archives Blog.

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WW I soldiers’ files being digitized by Library and Archives Canada by Susan Lunn, CBC News.

St. John the Evangelist site plans revised due to discovery of graves by Clark Kim, InsideToronto.

Postcards inspire Montrealer’s book about life during the First World War by Susan Schwartz, Montreal Gazette.

Christmas letters from the front remain poignant a century later by Robert Sibley, Ottawa Citizen.

Don’t Blame the Fruitcake, Blame the Recipe by Rebecca Rupp, National Geographic.

How Dubliners shopped till they dropped in the 1800s by Abigail Rieley, IrishCentral.

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One Response to This week’s crème de la crème — December 27, 2014

  1. Kezia Twist says:

    My gg grandfather was the 2nd lietenant of this regiment he played and watched the game of truce with the Germans his war diary right son the days leading up to the 24 25th December his diary is digital and is displayed in Liverpool

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