Genealogy Roundup, January 31

Genealogy Roundup, January 31

Ancestry’s new campaign is a bold Brexit musical about Britain’s ties to Europe – Ancestry has seriously upped its advertising game. P.S. Did not expect to see Brexit Rickrolled.

Mike Pence’s Immigrant Saga Makes a Case for Compassion – I’ve decided that I have to occasionally speak up, even when it’s uncomfortable. I have a problem with the mean, I-got-mine-too-bad-for-you attitude that seems so prevalent these days, so when I spot inconsistencies, inaccuracies, or hypocrisy, I’m going to point them out.

The Lost Art of Victorian Human Hair Shrines just wondering – is this a tradition we should revive or nah?

The Multicultural Family Tree of Bruno Mars – Given all his Grammy wins this past weekend, I thought it was time to freshen up my piece on his multicultural heritage.

How ‘chain migration’ brought us the Trump White House – This piece includes a shout-out to the research efforts of Jennifer Mendelsohn and yours truly.

Poised to make history, Justin Fairfax got a powerful reminder of his own heritage – Determined genealogist makes for exquisite timing.

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