Genealogy Roundup, July 24

Genealogy Roundup, July 24

‘He was the love of her life’: Lost WW II love letter makes its way home – ❤️❤️❤️

Found: 15 Wallets From the 1940s, Stolen and Stashed Behind a Bathroom Wall – Can’t get enough of this kind of stuff.

5 Things You Didn’t Know about Megan Rapinoe’s Roots – “As to the Italian and Irish towns that get bragging rights for Megan Rapinoe, take a bow, Lanciano and Ripacandida, Italy, and Treanacally and Kilrooskey, Ireland!”

‘It floored me’: Women born in South Korea and adopted by two different Michigan families discover they are sisters on a genealogy website and grew up only 30 minutes apart – Cool reunion alert!

DC twins with names ‘Lunar’ and ‘Apollo’ born during moon landing, 50 years ago – History’s embedded in their names. 🚀🌕

60 descendants gathering to re-enact family photo from late 1800s – an idea worth borrowing

World War II soldier from Baltimore accounted for after going missing in combat in 1944 – Welcome home, Pfc. Raymond H. Middlekauff.

Ukraine’s Soviet archives are opening up – and changing memory politics – Wondering how many relatives I might have in these records.

Kate Winslet reveals her mother urged her to contact Who Do You Think You Are? as she lay dying

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