Genealogy Roundup, January 2

Genealogy Roundup, January 2

This company transforms the ashes of your loved ones into colorful works of art

Bring Back Handwriting: It’s Good for Your Brain – Guessing many of my fellow genealogists would agree with this

After nearly 70 years, a Pennsylvania farm boy killed in Korea will be coming home – Welcome home, Cpl. Earl Henry Markle. Honored to have researched your family. (2004)

Tribal Elder Hears Grandfather’s Voice in Archived Songs – 👂 🤗

The Nebraska Death Index: Free, searchable database, presenting by Reclaim The Records – !!!

A Massive New Database Will Connect Billions of Historic Records to Tell the Full Story of American Slavery – Not quite sure about “billions,” but this sounds like a promising resource.

Annie Moore of Ellis Island Memorial – Annie Moore of Ireland was the first to arrive at Ellis Island on Jan 1, 1892. In 1924, she was buried at Calvary Cemetery in a plot that holds 11 people (including several of her children), but had no tombstone. This is video of the 2008 memorial dedication for her.

FYI – I neglect to mention my YouTube channel, but you’ll find plenty of other genealogy-themed videos here as well!

Photo Credit: Artful Ashes

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