Monday, September 17, 2012

Monday's Mentionables - September 10-16, 2012

Following are but a very few of the wonderful blog posts written this past week. If you haven't had the opportunity to read these, please enjoy them now:

A Note on Organization
Genealogy’s Star gives us some insight on making sense of our piles of data and information.

Massachusetts Remembers 9/11 with Memorial and Names
Life From The Roots shows us this touching memorial to those from Massachusetts who lost their lives on 9/11. Have a hanky ready. This memorial is lovely!

Starting at the Very Beginning
Ask a Genealogist gives us some great info when a novice asks us where to begin.

Is it Richard III’s Body? Canadian’s DNA May Be The Key
Olive Tree Genealogy Blog gives us an update on how the bones believed to be King Richard III’s  remains will be identified.

Richard III Skeleton Reveals ‘Hunchback King’
GeneaNet tells us the deformity legend about Richard III may be true if the bones found really are his.

Kennedy’s Speech
NASA  brings us President Kennedy’s “we choose to go to the moon” speech

Has Richard III’s Body Been Found?
Genealogy Blog describes the skeletal remains that may be that of the famed King.

Trees, Sourcing and Duplicates
Genealogy’s Star gives us the low down on why those online family tree’s may not always be best source to utilize.

“Ancient Genealogist”
Genealogic brings us this fascinating bio on Father Anselm.

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