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To all Plus Edition subscribers:
The notice of the latest EOGN Plus Edition newsletter was sent to you a few minutes ago. Here are the articles in this week’s Plus Edition newsletter:
Book Review: In Search of Your German Roots
Grace A. Dow Memorial Library in Midland, Michigan Sustains $1.5 Million Flood Damage
Hard Drives and Storage Space Continue to Become Cheaper and Cheaper
McLennan County, Texas, Marriage Records Since 1850 are being Digitized
You’ll notice there have been fewer articles than usual this past week. The reason is simple: I made a mistake.
I went to see my doctor for a quarterly check-up a few days ago. I should never have done that. During the visit, I complained that I was taking too many prescriptions for my diabetes and that they all seem to have undesirable side effects. She countered by giving me a new prescription in addition to all the others I have been taking. Stupid me. I had the new prescription filled...
The following pages have recently been updated in the Calendar of Genealogy Events:
California, Colorado, Florida, and New York
Some of the above changes may have been deletions of past events.
All information in the Calendar of Events is contributed by YOU and by other genealogists. You can directly add information to the Calendar about your local genealogy event.
Want to add a new event listing? Go to http://calendar.eogn.com and click on the link to your state, province, or country. You...
The following announcement was written by the folks at Findmypast
Our new collection of Somerset Baptisms is an index to more than 2.1 million parish baptisms held at the Somerset Archives. The collection consists of transcripts spanning the years 1501 to 1917 and covers baptisms performed in 496 parishes across the county. The amount of information found in each record will depend on the date and legibility of the original document. Most transcripts will reveal your...
The following announcement was written by Forces War Records:
There is a long history of Bagpipes and the British Army, and whilst they weren’t officially recognised until 1854, much of the Army’s battles since the mid-1700s had been fought with piper’s playing. The original purpose of the pipes in battle was to signal tactical movements to the troops during battle.
By the time of WWI it was not only the Scottish, or even British Regiments that had pipe bands, with Commonwealth...