A number of the bijoux I found this week.
Back to the Basics with Naturalization Records: Part 3 by Diana Elder on Household Locket.
The Pilot’s Grave by Paul Chiddicks on The Chiddicks Household Tree.
DNA Suggests Merge by Marcia Crawford Philbrick on Heartland Family tree.
Century-old B.C. scrapbook a bit of a mystery as police seek owner’s family by Doyle Potenteau, International Information, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Ceremony rededicates resting site of Winnipeg soldier killed in First World War by Talha Hashmani, International Information, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Newly digitized funeral program collection unveiled at Merriweather library by Harold McNeil, Buffalo Information, New York.
1,100 Irish buried in unmarked graves in Colorado, memorial unveiled, IrishCentral, New York, New York.
New archives partnership releases two million Worcestershire records, Household Tree, United Kingdom.
How DNA Testing is Solving Cold Cases—and Reuniting Families by Sarah Treleaven, Reader’s Digest Canada.
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