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Update: Website is Offline and Here is the Plan

21 Sep 2020 15:43

This is an update to an article I published 3 weeks ago at As mentioned in the first article, the website that is accessible only to Plus Edition subscribers of this newsletter has died (again). While still online, several functions of that web site have stopped working. Sadly, that has happened a bit […]

If You Need Maryland Death Records Before 1910, the Task Just Got Easier.

21 Sep 2020 09:00

The Maryland Archives has been working on major projects to digitize and make available to the public the death records for free online. Owen Lourie, Historian at the Maryland State Archives and Project Director of Finding the Maryland 400 Project, has reported that the death certificates through 1910 are now available online. These are created […]

Irish 2021 Census and Scotland 2021 Census Postponed Until 2022 Due to Pandemic

21 Sep 2020 07:00

The following is a message from the IAJGS Records Access Alert mailing list: Both the Republic of Ireland’s Central Statistics Office and the National Records of Scotland announced their respective 2021 censuses will be postponed until 2022 due the current COVID-19 pandemic. To read the Irish Central Statistics Office press release go to: To […]

Mayflower Descendant Records and Family Trees Available Free at FamilySearch

17 Sep 2020 20:29

FamilySearch has announced it has added tens of thousands of Mayflower Society member applications and documented descendant family trees of the Mayflower passengers to its website. This new initiative is the work of FamilySearch International, (New England Historic Genealogical Society) and the General Society of Mayflower Descendants (GSMD). Note: Please notice the words “member […]

Senators Introduce Last-Minute, Bipartisan Bill To Prevent A Census Disaster

17 Sep 2020 19:35

Here is an update to the ongoing saga of the multiple problems of conducting the 2020 U.S. census: Senators unveiled bipartisan legislation on Tuesday to give the Census Bureau more time to finish the 2020 census ― an eleventh-hour effort to prevent a potentially severe undercount of the U.S. population, particularly in Native, minority and […]

Due to Wild Fires and Vital Records Lost, Oregon State Vital Records Department Will Provide Free Replacements

17 Sep 2020 18:48

The following announcement was posted to the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies’ Public Records Access Monitoring Committee’s mailing list: Due to the many wild fires in Oregon, which has so far burned over one million acres, many families have lost all their vital records. As a result, the Oregon Center for Health Statistics has […]

The Family History Show, Online, returns 26th September 2020

17 Sep 2020 14:25

The following announcement was written by Discover Your Ancestors: The Family History Show, Online, run by Discover Your Ancestors, returns on Saturday 26th September 2020 in place of the London Family History Show for this year. Building on the huge success of the first online Family History Show in June, where over a thousand attendees […]

Free Genealogy Books Available on The Internet Archive

17 Sep 2020 00:38

When I started researching my family tree more than thirty years ago, I purchased a reprint of a genealogy book first published in 1920: The Harmon Genealogy, comprising all branches in New England” written by Artemas C. Harmon. The book mentions my great-grandmother, Lucy Harmon, and documents her Harmon ancestry back to 1667. It is […]

Hairenik Launches an Online Digital Archive of Armenian-American Newspapers

17 Sep 2020 00:11

The Armenian language Hairenik newspaper began publication in 1899. Over the years, it has been published as a daily and a weekly, and currently as the Hairenik Weekly. It is the oldest continuously published Armenian newspaper in the world, last year celebrating its 120th anniversary. In 1934, the Hairenik Association began publishing an English language […]

Library of Congress Launches New Tool to Search Historical Newspaper Images

16 Sep 2020 23:58

Looking for information about family members in old newspapers? It can be a tedious task if you search each online newspaper manually. Luckily, automation can save you many hours of tedious searching. Quoting a new article in the News from the Library of Congress: “The public can now explore more than 1.5 million historical newspaper […]
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