Recommended Reads

Here are my recommended reads for the past week:

Two posts by James Tanner caution researchers to check your information:

Was Your Ancestor in the Military – You Might Want to Be Careful to Follow the Right Ancestor – by James Tanner on Genealogy’s Star

Middle Name Creep – A Cautionary Tale – a Guest Post on Genealogy’s Star

First Shot at Pearl Harbor by Guest Writer John on Schalene Dagutis’s Tangled Roots and Trees

My Grandpa’s War Stories by Chris on My Genealogical Adventures

DAR -On the Road to Membership by Wendy on Jollettetc.

Genetic Genealogy Ireland’s Online Lectures a Good Place to Start Learning about DNA Testing by Gail Dever on Genealogy a la Carte

My Genealogy Christmas Tree by Lorene McGinnis Schulze on Olive Tree Genealogy

Houchins, Stoops, and Cheely – Is the Mystery Solved? Is the Brick Wall Smashed? by Helen Youngblood Holshouser on Heart of A Southern Woman

Charles – Alias Edward – and the Rest of the Story by Jacqie Stevens on A Family Tapestry

Raymond Doyle, the Adopted Son by Nancy on My Ancestors and Me

Another Try at MyHeritage “Instant Discoveries” Feature by Randy Seaver at GeneaMusings

I don’t often include announcements in my Recommended Reads, but the free 2015 Legacy Family Tree Webinar Series looks terrific:

2015 Legacy Family Tree Webinar Series Announced by Geoff on GeneaWebinars

 

8 thoughts on “Recommended Reads”

  1. Thank you so very much for being interested in my blog post, and for recommending it! I see that we have some surnames in common, Spear is my middle name, and I seem to be kin to the German Spiers, the Scotish Speers, and some form England, I am hoping to tie them altogether! LOL

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