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Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter - 5 new articles
Many people own and love their tablet computers. I have an Pad Mini and it has become my primary traveling computer. I hear similar statements from owners of various Android tablets as well. As useful as these tiny powerhouses may be, they are still seriously hampered by the lack of a keyboard. The solution? Add a keyboard!
The FamilySearch method of creating indexes of old records has been described many times in this newsletter and many other genealogy publications. FamilySearch is now planning to introduce a new process to maintain indexing quality. In this new model, a single volunteer will index and submit a batch, and a second volunteer will review the completed work. The person reviewing the batch will have the ability to add corrections to the values entered by the first indexer, and both values can be...
I won't offer any opinion about the accuracy of this article but I certainly would like to see the source citations.
A Pennsylvania woman claims she is the 64th great-granddaughter of Saint Joseph Ben Matthat Arimathaea, who was the paternal uncle to the Virgin Mary. Ashlie Hardway of WTAE Television reports that Mary Beth Webb, of Murrysville, Pennsylvania, said she began searching her ancestry in 2010 after years of "communicating" with her deceased mother, father and brother....
The following announcement was written by the Federation of Genealogical Societies:
Several articles have been posted here about humorous obituaries, many of them written by the deceased in advance of the "final event." Now Stig Kernell, a Swedish resident, gave his funeral home instructions before he died on April 6, and the funeral home followed through, publishing the 3-word obituary in two newspapers on Saturday.
Stig Kernell's obituary, published in newspaper Dagens Nyheter, states "I Am Dead."
Well, that DOES sum it up.
Radio Sweden reports that...