Sunday Sundries

Miscellaneous items I found of interest during the week.

Welcome new subscribers.

The Bould Thady Quill
An instructive blog post by John Grenham, and

US 1950 census update
Both MyHeritage and Ancestry have searchable name indexes for all records from Alaska, American Samoa, Delaware, Guam, New Hampshire, Panama Canal Zone, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, Virgin Islands, Wyoming, and four overseas islands of Canton, Johnston, Midway, and Wake.

The U.S. Government Thinks History May Be Harmful to Your Health
Not just the US government.

The Ruins of St. Dunstan-in-the-East
Legacy of The Blitz

Effect of lockdowns on birth rates in the UK

Thanks to this week’s contributors. Anonymous, Brenda Turner, Craig Milne, Deborah Wilson Cronin, Gail B., Jean Kitchen, jon ackroyd, Paul Jones, Susan Courage, Unknown, Victor Badian

One Reply to “Sunday Sundries”

  1. The U.S. Government Thinks History May Be Harmful to Your Health

    Every time an “offensive” statue is removed I wonder how anyone will ever know what really happened that made a statue necessary in the first place. Show up for your participation trophy.
    Arizona’s Republican House speaker has been awarded the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage award for his refusal to consider overturning the 2020 election results.

    What has the United States come to?

    I’m glad I’m old and yet I bet I live long enough to see the total disintegration of what the United States is supposed to be.

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