Monday, October 8, 2012

Monday Mentionables - 10-1 to 10-7-2012

Another great week, and so many good articles to read! Here are but a few that I found exceptional this past week:

Tuesdays Tip – Find United Kingdom/ Ireland Information at GenUKI Site
GeneaMusings brings us the link.

Dublin mother’s diary about son missing in World War One goes online
Independent brings us this story. Very touching.

Upper Marlboro, Maryland - Historical Graves Moved to Build Shopping Center
GeneaNet links us to this story.

Connecticut Woman is Fighting to Clear Her Ancestor of Witchcraft
Business Insider brings us this story of a woman trying to clear her 7x-great-grandmother.

U.S. National Archives fees increase
Paula’s Genealogical Eclectica brings us the bad tidings.

Bodies of WWI Soldiers Discovered in Italy
GeneaNet brings us the link to this news.

Alamo commander’s ‘Victory or Death’ letter at center of tug-of-war between 2 Texas agencies
The Washington Post brings us this story.

National Archives (NARA) Puts More Popular Records Workshops Online
Upfront With NGS brings us this story.

Anthropologist Finds Evidence of Hominin Meat Eating 1.5 Million Years Ago
HeritageDaily brings us this fascinating story.

Guest Post: Elizabeth Swaney O’Neal
Le Maison Duchamp brings us this guest post with some excellent advice!

28 Pieces of Computing Advice That Stand the Test of Time
PC World brings us this article.

Genealogy Blog brings us this story.

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