Fab Finds for You – 6 May 2012



Announcing improved access to Virginia’s Vital Records“, at UpFront with NGS.

Becoming a Genealogist“, the latest release in the “Voices of Genealogy Video Series,” at UpFront with NGS.

A new book in the Genealogy at a Glance series, “Genealogy at a Glance: American Cemetery Research” by Sharon DeBartolo Carmack. (Commercialnews.com)

Boyd man returns missing piece of family history,” a story about how a man, now 28, who came upon a World War II pilot’s military records when he was 16, returned them to the pilot’s descendants. (Star-Telegram)

If you’re planning to be near Fairfield, CT on May 19th you may want to attend the free Daughters of the American Revolution workshop sponsored by CTDAR. (The Hour Online)

Here’s an interesting article on the ethics of claiming Native American ancestry, or what’s known as “box-checking,” on employer or college records. (The Eagle Tribune)


The Melting Pot: A Visit with the New England Historic Genealogical Society” is a video produced in conjunction with FamilySearch highlighting the NEHGS collections.

You may have already heard Ancestry announced its latest DNA testing service. There is a video on youtube with details about “the next generation of DNA technology.”


Other regular posts worth checking out include:

Michael Hait’s “Notable Genealogy Blog Posts,”

Deb Ruth’s “Follow Friday Gems, ”

Monday Morning Mentions” by the Armchair Genealogist,

Randy Seaver’s “Best of the Geneablogs,” and

Geneabloggers.com newly discovered genealogy and family history blogs.

The latest genealogy community announcements are found at geneapress.com, and Diane Haddad and the Family Tree Magazine staff write the weekly Genealogy News Corral on the genealogy insider blog.

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