Episode 42 – 2014, June 21

Ancestry.com Distributed Denial of Service Attack Neutralized

10 Questions: Eric Shoup, EVP of Product, Ancestry.com

Phillimore’s British parish maps added to Ancestry

Ancestry Mobile App Wins Appy Award Second Year in a Row

Welcome to The Natural State: Arkansas State Research

Findmypast buys Origins.net

Findmypast weekly updates
Update 6
Update 7

23andMe Update On The Regulatory Review Process With The FDA

Family Tree DNA Releases Updates

Announcing “How-To DNA” – A Multimedia How-To Guide for Genetic Genealogy!

FamilySearch Adds More Than 2.6 Million Indexed Records and Images to Brazil, Chile, England, Netherlands, Peru, Spain, United States, and Venezuela

FamilySearch Adds More Than 4.9 Million Indexed Records and Images to Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, United States, and Venezuela

New Freedmen’s Bureau Records Available for Juneteenth Celebration

FamilySearch Partner News–June

Free Scottish Research Webinar Available to the Public

AJ Jacobs The world’s largest family reunion .. we’re all invited!

Global Family Reunion

Genealogy News Episode 27 Transcript

Legacy and FamilySearch update

Gramps 4.1.0 released

Archived moments: Museum creates online collection with 8,000 photos; thousands more yet to be processed

The Ancestor Hunt

Armchair genealogist will be creating 10-minute tips

Newly Digitized Microfilms on the Héritage Portal

Métis Scrip Certificates Online

Drouin Institute Quebec Records

Household Cavalry servicemen records available online

First World War: Archives online as of August 2014

Stars and Stripes newspaper archive

Wellcome Library Opening doors to easy access…

Welsh Newspapers Online: 100,000 new pages go online

Welsh Newspapers Online

Derry War Memorial Records now online

Valuation Office to digitise Cancelled/Revision

2014 British Institute

Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference 2014

Family Tree Magazine cruise to Norway
The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy to Hold Fourth Annual Forensic Genealogy Institute on March 26-28, 2015

VBlogging, Facebook and Google+, Oh My!

Tuesday, June 24, 1pm eastern
Ancestry Live Event
Double Dating: Julian Calendar or Gregorian Calendar

Wednesday, June 25 2014, 2pm eastern
Legacy Webinar – Documenting Native American Families in 19th and 20th Century Records
presented by Angela Walton-Raji

Wednesday, June 25, 10pm eastern
Mesa FamilySearch Library Webinar
Tips & Skills for Researching
presented by Marsha Allen

Thursday, June 26, 1pm eastern
Ancestry Live Event
Genealogical Proof Standard: An Introduction

Thursday June 26, 1pm
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Webinar
Guide to I&N History Research

Thursday, June 26, 3pm eastern
NEHGS – Get the Most from the NEHGS Online Library Catalog
presented by Anne Meringolo and Emily Baldoni

Thursday, June 26, 9pm eastern
Second Life National Genealogical Society Quarterly (NGSQ) Study Group
F. Warren Bittner, “Without Land, Occupation, Rights or Marriage Privilege: The Büttner Family from Bavaria to New York,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 100 (September 2012): 165-187.

Friday, June 27 2014, 2pm eastern
Legacy Webinar – Copyright Mythconceptions
presented by Judy G. Russell

#genchat – Occupational hazards: Understanding what paid the bills
Friday, June 27th, 10pm eastern

And if you’re interested in Scottish research don’t forget the FamilySearch webinars that will be held everyday at noon eastern and 3pm eastern during the week of June 23rd.

The following week

Sunday, June 29, 2 – 4pm eastern

Tuesday, July 1, 1pm eastern
Ancestry Live Event
What’s New at Ancestry.com: July 2014 Edition

Thursday July 3, 1pm
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Webinar
History Library Catalog and Services

Transcript to the episode.

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