No Stone Unturned
The Association of Professional Genealogists (APG®) is now accepting applications for the APG Young Professional Scholarship.
The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy to Hold Fourth Annual Forensic Genealogy Institute on March 26-28, 2015
The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy to Hold Fourth Annual Forensic Genealogy Institute on March 26-28, 2015. The 2015 FGI Offers Two Brand-New, Cutting-Edge Courses for Forensic Genealogists.
The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy is pleased to announce its 2014-15 Board of Directors. Joining the board are…
Will you be attending the Forensic Genealogy Institute March 24-29 in Dallas, Texas? If you haven’t signed up yet, these two new lectures announced today are even more reason to attend. I’ve heard these lectures when I attended a Family Update Meeting last summer as part of my work researching US Army military repatriation cases, and they are terrific. Here is the press release from CAFG:
The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy (CAFG) is pleased to announce a special guest presenter at the 2014 Forensic Genealogy Institute. James J. Canik, Deputy Director, Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory (AFDIL), Armed Forces Medical Examiner System, will present two sessions during the Advanced Track, immediately following Forensic Techniques for Genetic Genealogy by Debbie Parker Wayne, CG (sm).
If you are a genealogy geek like me, then you’ll want to tune into NPR’s On Point radio show tomorrow (Thursday, 2/13). …
Breaking news! (Remember, you heard it here first, gang.)
Some very early Vermont court records previously inaccessible to researchers are coming to the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration (VSARA) in Middlesex. These records have been in storage in Rutland, and cover the time period from the establishment of Vermont’s court system in 1778 through 1945.
The American Civil War really wasn’t that long ago, as I’ve reminded my children many times. Grammy’s grandfather fought in it, I tell them. The lives of many people alive today overlapped with the lives of these soldiers. So many of us are at most two degrees separated from the civil war. …
Church records are probably one of the most under-utilized sources by Vermont historians and genealogists. Many researchers are not aware that the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration (VSARA) has a sizable collection of church records on microfilm. In order to make the titles in VSARA collection more easily searchable for myself and other researchers, I transcribed the church record films in their card catalog into the following table.
On this Memorial Day weekend the Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy (CAFG) is proud to announce our partnership with Purple Hearts Reunited as CAFG’s newest Volunteer Initiative Program. Capt. Zachariah Fike of the Vermont Army National Guard has established Purple Hearts Reunited, Inc., a non-profit organization that “rescues” lost or stolen Purple Heart medals and returns them to the family of the serviceman/woman who earned them. …
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