Genealogy Roundup, January 30

Genealogy Roundup, January 30

81-year-old Irish woman delighted to finally find birth mum after 61 years – In case you haven’t heard this story yet – one of the Tuam babies has found her 103-year-old mother through DNA testing. Would love to know who the genealogist behind this is. Anyone know?

Soldier Recently Returned From North Korea Accounted For (Suliman, F.) – Welcome home, Sgt. Frank J. Suliman. He gave his life in Korea & his brother in WWII. Honored to have researched this heroic family.

2019 Sundance Film Festival – Ancestry & SundanceTV Present: Railroad Ties (Full Film) | Ancestry – Yes, it’s 23 minutes. Yes, it’s worth it. Please watch.

Sean Kirst: A lasting lesson in handwritten promise to meet in Lockerbie – Read this. Just read this.

Interactive Map Shows Where on Earth You’d Be If You Dug Straight Through the Ground – Well, this brings new meaning to that expression “get in the sea” because I tried several places I’ve lived and kept winding up in the ocean. Anyone find themselves on dry land?

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