Genealogy Roundup, April 6

Genealogy Roundup, April 6

Annie Moore, 1st to arrive at Ellis Island, serenaded by her Irish cousin, tenor Paul Linehan – (He didn’t know he was related to her until last week!)

A New Verse in the Ballad of Ellis Island’s First Immigrant – Annie Moore’s Irish & American cousins met for the first time!

Aisha Tyler Isn’t Afraid to Dig Deep on Season Premiere of ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ – Lucky me! I had a chance to interview Aisha Tyler about her “Who Do You Think You Are?” experience, so naturally I asked her all the questions we genealogists wonder about! Love her attitude about the roots-seeking journey: “I don’t get when people are worried about what they’re going to find out about their family. Human beings are complex and frail and brave and transcendent and terrible.”

Silver Lake and GIC to Acquire Substantial Stakes on Ancestry.com

Man receives preserved love note from his wife 51 years after it was written

Genealogy Is Officially a TV Genre – Wonder what folks will think of this? Please consider reading until the end!

 

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