Weekly Updates for 2009-11-18

by Tonia Kendrick on November 18, 2009 in DNA

  • Veteran’s Day newspaper article about my dad. http://ow.ly/BK34 #
  • This looks fun. RT @rootstelevision: RT @mjnrootdig Famous Census Searches are back http://bit.ly/1fwpCT #genealogy #
  • Found 1910 census record for Mattie (Butler) Sampler, Charles Sampler, and William Butler. http://ow.ly/BLZo #genealogy #surnames #
  • Thanks for the RTs! @Ginisology @auldmags @sjtaliaferro @BBPetura @LCAfricana @tjlgenes #
  • reading Beyond Names, Dates, and Places http://ow.ly/BYOZ #
  • Checking Hamilton Co TN marriage index now. Genealogy Roots Blog: Recently Added Online Birth and Marriage Records Indexes http://ow.ly/C1qq #
  • Coins from 69 AD. How cool is that? RT @TomKemp: Old charred coins found on Temple Mount site http://bit.ly/2fG2OA #
  • So true! RT @geneabloggers: RT @tjlgenes: The more I write on my #genealogy blog, the more I realize I need to learn about my ancestors #
  • Off to the library to look at old newspapers on microfilm. #
  • Subscribed to Michael John Neill’s Casefile Clues. Looking forward to receiving first issue. http://ow.ly/CbMt #
  • Back from the library with 6 newspaper articles found on microfilm. Will write blog post later today. #
  • Added 1900 census abstracts to individuals in the David S. Butler household. http://ow.ly/CtSm #
  • Uploaded 1900 U.S. census, Murray County, Georgia pop. sch.; Ball Ground,(ED) 69, sheet 16, p. 6 A. Butler #surname #genealogy #
  • Ditto! RT @ACoffin: Welcome to the club. RT @adegroff its official -i got the genealogy bug-am having such fun – ancestry.com rocks my world #
  • 2010 OGS Family History Writing Contest http://ow.ly/CPub #
  • RT @megansmolenyak: Any feedback for my first post on Huffington Post? “Are You My Cousin?” http://bit.ly/wz27h #genealogy #DNA #23andMe #

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