Genealogy Roundup, April 26

Genealogy Roundup, April 26

1839 Bible reunited with descendant of original family – orphan heirloom rescue!

Pfister artist Margaret Muza processes love of history through tintype photographs – Cool find by Tara Penelope Calishain!

Son of world’s oldest woman dies at 97 at home in Jamaica – I imagine Violet Brown is the first person to ever lose a 97 year-old child, no? I’m simultaneously sorry for her loss and impressed by this family’s gene pool.

Remembering the World’s Oldest Person, in the Objects She Left Behind – Such an interesting peek into the world of a woman who lived to 117. Reminds me of when my dad told me one of my great-grandfathers lived in one room and only had a small suitcase of possessions when he passed in the 1940s.

Liv Tyler Discovers Her Musical Ties Date Back Centuries on ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’

Aerosmith frontman, family explore roots

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