Genealogy Roundup, December 5

Genealogy Roundup, December 5

Remains of Tuskegee Airman missing since WWII identified – I’ll be honest with you. I’m not quite sure why this particular soldier’s case has been announced multiple times, but for whatever reason, there’s a fresh round of articles. Was an especially compelling case to work on. I love that he brought an electric guitar to war and his effects included a harmonica. He is the first Tuskegee airman to have been identified and I’m honored to have had the privilege of finding his family. Incidentally, one of his brothers was also a Tuskegee airman. His burial is scheduled for next March, and I suspect, will be a stand-out ceremony. RIP, Cpt. Lawrence Everett Dickson.

Historians Reveal Thousands Of Immigrants Were Forced To Change Hairstyle At Ellis Island – Let’s start a new Ellis Island myth!😆😂🤣

A Common Ancestry Metric Is Based On a Century-Old Discovery by a 19-Year-Old: CentiMorgans Explained – a peek behind the (early) curtain and flies – lots of flies

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