Wonderful tribute from Nutfield Genealogy with 2013 Veteran's Day Military Honor Roll Project Contributions.
Susan Donaldson of Family History Fun shares My Code Breaker Father.
Excellent information from Pam Velazquez of Ancestry Blog about using the site card catalog.
Cindy Freed of Genealogy Circle takes a look at the U.S. National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers.
Dick Eastman of Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter introduces us to Great Aunt Alice. This website is a "directory of family history researchers based across the UK and around the world".
Sally Knudsen of Sally Searchers shares Tombstone Tuesday - Wrought Iron Remains.
What is a spoonerism? Learn all about this topic over on GenealogyBank with Mary Harrell-Sesniak.
Kristin of Finding Eliza posts The Great Migration in Poetry-Winter in St. Antoine.
Elyse Doerflinger of Elyse's Genealogy Blog gives us tips for Conquering Genealogy Clutter.
Kat Mortensen of My Mother's Roots posted a lovely siblings photograph.
Sharn White of Family History 4U shares Scottish Valuation Rolls - What can they tell us about Ancestors?
Congratulations to two family history researchers! Chris of The Ancestor Digger with A Long-standing Brick Wall Comes Tumbling Down. Smadar Belkind Gerson of Past-Present-Future tells us a Brick Wall Comes Tumbling Down!
Lorine McGinnis Schulze of The Olive Tree Genealogy tells the tale of an ancestor who lost a wife and 4 children in 7 years.
Lisa Louise Cooke of Genealogy Gems informs us The Victoria Genealogical Society (Canada) has begun a new memory project.
Angela Y. Walton-Raji of My Ancestor's Name shares Surviving Against the Odds. Many Rivers To Cross: Episode #4.
Melissa Mannon of ArchivesINFO writes about holiday food memories.
Amy Coffin of The We Tree Genealogy Blog shares When Bad Ancestors Happen to Good People.
Do you read shorthand? Stephanie Pitcher Fishman of Corn and Cotton needs a little help!
Read about Google Books about Hungarian Social History on Édes-Orbán Family.
Deb of A Pocket Full of Family Memories shares a moving Ode To Remembrance.
Over on The In-Depth Genealogist Jennifer Alford tells us to be smart, then smarter in your goal making.
Jacqi Stevens of A Family Tapestry writes about The Oldest In The Family.
Joy Neighbors of A Grave Interest talks about the history of the U.S. National Cemetery System.
Blogs discovered this week:
Black Raven Genealogy
The Cemetery Traveler
Generations Gone By's Weblog
News (genealogy and history world)
Article about saving a historic slave cemetery while forging a lasting relationship.
Historic African American cemetery in Queen Village larger than thought.
Family finds forgotten soldier in cemetery of Alberta ghost town.