Weekly column sharing genealogy-related things that I’ve learned or found.
- Saturday’s Child, written by JamaGenie – This is sort of a new-to-me-blog. I say this because I’m pretty sure I was subscribed to it, but I think it was one that was lost during my IE broweser/RSS failure. JamaGenie was kind enough to leave a comment on my blog the other day and I’m glad she did as I found a lost blog.
- “Long Island Sound as a Genealogical Region,” by Frederick C. Hart Jr. This article was published in the Winter 2009 edition of New England Ancestors (pg. 26-29). It’s a really good article to read, especially if you have relatives along the southern border of Connecticut, the eastern borders of New York and New Jersey, as well as Long Island. I personally have ancestors in New Haven, New London, and Stonington counties of Connecticut, so this article gave me some new ideas for research in that area.
- Learned that you can set up a feed from Alltop’s genealogy page by entering http://genealogy.alltop.com/rss in the address bar.