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2012-12-28 22:38
Having received free admission to the AncestryDNA Beta and gained some knowledge as a result, I feel obliged to offer a review of the service.Through my father, I expected my genetic ancestr… Read More
2011-05-13 20:08
Like Thomas MacEntee, I think a GeneaBloggers' Code of Conduct is long overdue. From now on, any blogger wishing to appear in my Genealogy Blog Finder must adhere to the following guidelines… Read More
2010-04-19 19:36
I first wrote about scientists producing human embryos with the DNA of three people in 2008. The new issue of Nature has an article on the researchers' progress.The British team carrying out… Read More
2010-04-03 03:50
Chris Staats finds five degrees of separation between himself and George Washington. I think I can beat him.I knew my great-aunt Gladys (died when I was 25), who knew her grandfather Lemuel… Read More
2010-03-29 21:31
It's a genealogist's worst nightmare: 800,000+ burials and only one marked grave.Most New Yorkers don’t even know it’s there. Hart Island, near the popular summer spot City Islan… Read More
2010-03-27 07:03
The consul general of Barbados in New York is obliged to visit local Barbadians who've reached 100 years of age on their birthdays. Mae Bishop will have none of it.According to her birth cer… Read More
2010-03-19 17:38
Via Nina Lentini's Life Without End:She was born Myrtle Hart, at 85 Morrell Street in New Brunswick. However, as she would admit to anyone, she loathed the name Myrtle, so she would introduc… Read More

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