Sunday Sundries

Miscellaneous items I found of interest during the week.

Some tombstones appear photoshopped, one I recognize from Montreal.

Spain wants to fine Franco apologists – the latest example of using laws to address uncomfortable history

How To Read Books Online For Free: 5 Best Websites
Plus books free through your public library.

The Jessica Simulation: Love and loss in the age of A.I.

New Zealand BMDs.
This week MyHeritage added Indexes for Births (1840-1901) with 2,037,711 records, Marriage & Divorce (1840-1901) with 271,768 records and Deaths (1840-2021) with 2,430,610 records.

Ancestry updated the UK and Ireland, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960 collection.

During August, Ancestry will add 823,498 records with 52,063 images for Cardiff, Wales, Workhouse Registers, 1850-1919.

Thanks to this week’s contributors: Ann Gillin Lefever, Anonymous, Gloria Tubman, Judith H., Teresa, Unknown, Vicky Smith.

4 Replies to “Sunday Sundries”

  1. John, I was most interested in the headstones. One winter some years ago, being in Key West, Florida, and a budding family historian, I went to visit the cemetery there. I saw headstones much like those in the video. But I also saw stones which said things like : A Lifelong Fan of Julio Inglases, and I’m JUST Resting My Eyes. Cheers, BT

  2. important article by The Conversation. As are most because of the source. This conversation about historical information, well documented, Thanks for posting it, John.

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