Friday, January 23, 2015

Follow Friday ~ Fab Finds for January 23, 2015

My Fab Finds for this week are (in no particular order)
  1. Over 160 New U.S. Free Online Newspaper Collection Links by Kenneth R. Marks, author of THE ANCESTOR HUNT
  2. A new clue! by Debi Austen, author of Who Knew?
  3. Whose DNA it is anyway? AND The mentors AND Following up on death by Judy G. Russell, author of The Legal Genealogist
  4. Want To Be A Geneablogger? by Fran Ellsworth for Worldwide Genealogy ~ A Genealogical Collaboration
  5. Hey Everyone, I've Moved! by Andrea Kelleher, author of How Did I Get Here? My Amazing Genealogy Journey
  6. We've moved! by Bryna O'Sullivan, author of Researching Luxembourg Genealogy
  7. Tuesday’s Tip: by Jenny Lanctot, author of Are My Roots Showing?
  8. The Source Clipboard AND More about the Source Clipboard AND Legacy and AniMap by Michele Simmons Lewis, author of Ancestoring
  9. Does Anybody Really Care about a Fifth Cousin?  Are Collateral Lines Relevant? by Amy B. Cohen, author of Brotman Blog: A Family Journey
  10. The Real Reason Why Your Ancestors Didn’t Smile in Old Photographs AND These Famous Kin of Thomas Jefferson Will Surprise You by Crestleaf Blog
  11. and Mexican Genealogy Research by Moises Garza, author of Mexican Genealogy
  12. FamilySearch Releases More Record Hints by Ancestry Insider, author of The Ancestry Insider
  13. Skeletons in the Closet by Susan Wallin Mosey, author of family history daily
  14. Jewish Museum of Prague: Old Jewish Cemetery by Marilyn Robinson, author of Jewish Gem's Genealogy: Mining For Your Elusive Ancestors
  15. What Happens To Your Genealogy Research When You're Gone? by Lorine McGinnis Schulze, author of The Olive Tree Genealogy
  16. Statistics in Legacy by Shannon Thomas, author of Our Life Picture by Picture
  17. Guest Authors Share Their Expertise by Lynn Palermo, author of The Armchair Genealogist
  18. Hitting the Jackpot on Facebook by Valerie Hughes, author of Genealogy With Valerie
  19. The Real Me by Sally Knudsen, author of Sally Searches
  20. Are Your Ancestors the Average of 5 Records? by Amy Johnson Crow, author of No Story Too Small

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