The Guys ask Thomas Loftus, creator of A Loftus-Marshall Household Historical past, to electronic mail them with contact data. A number of listeners are thinking about acquiring his guide.
The information contains:
- MyHeritage introduces the Assortment Catalog at its web site that lists the historic data which are listed and obtainable there.
- Do you and your father look alike? Win a MyHeritage DNA Package for Father’s Day! Submit your look-alike footage of you and your dad to [email protected] by Friday, June 16, 2017.
- MyHeritage launches its new, complete DNA Ethnicity Evaluation, probably the most wide-ranging within the trade, protecting 42 completely different ethnic areas.
- The Library of Congress has positioned almost 25,000 Sanborn Fireplace Insurance coverage Maps on-line free of charge, with extra to be added month-to-month till 2020. Go to for these and extra.
- Findmypast has launched new and expanded collections of Metropolis of York data, new Irish newspapers, U.S. World Battle I Draft Registration Playing cards, and extra 1939 Register data, amongst others.
- Drew shares updates from FamilySearch’s current data additions.
Listener electronic mail contains:
- Jim shares a brand new family tree detective author, Dan Waddell, who has two new books obtainable, Blood Detective and Blood Atonement.
- George additionally feedback on Orange Lilies by Nathan Dylan Goodwin.
- Barbara recommends a free timeline program, Tripline (at https://www.tripline.net). (She created one at for her father’s WWI actions.)
- Tom asks for options about finding Scotland data.
- Bob asks how frequent is the identify Stanly for a woman.
- Christine suggests utilizing the Nationwide Gravesite Locator (http://gravelocator.cem.va.gov) to search out the U.S. burial location of veterans.
- Julienne asks concerning the Family tree Connection interview with Paul Woodbury and his feedback about “reconstructing the genome of long-dead people.” Drew will observe up on this with Paul for her.
- Invoice asks for details about the right way to deal with a database of 64,000 names to add them to Ancestry and pressure them on into FamilySearch.
- Jim shares two fascinating examples of the place marriage data could or is probably not truthful.
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