Sunday Sundries

Miscellaneous items I found of interest during the week.

Does God Exist? A Mathematical Answer.

Love, grief and assisted dying
From the Wellcome Collection. In this deeply affecting story, Michelle Elliot explores the events and emotions around the time of her mother’s medically assisted death in Canada, where the practice is legal.

Ancestry adds New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896

Advanced Notice: Family History: Using military history records
On Friday, 28 June, Will Butler, Head of Military Records at TNA will explore how using these sources can enrich genealogical research and help develop your understanding of an ancestor’s time in military service. This webinar, presented on Vimeo,  will focus on army, navy and other records prior to the Second World War.

Most viewed new YouTube Genealogy Items, more than 1,000 view in the past week. Mostky US.

Title Views
Kennedy Family Tree | Most Cursed Family or Greatest Political Dynasty? 68000
New Timelines Features on Ancestry (2024) 14000
ECHOES OF VALOR: Ancestry brings together grandchildren of WWII bomber crew 11000
Avoid THESE Mistakes on Ancestry! ( 6000

Thanks to this week’s contributors: Alison, Anonymous, Teresa, and Unknown.



2 Replies to “Sunday Sundries”

  1. I watch many of the videos on Genealogy TV – interested to see what Connie says are the mistakes on Ancestry (though I can make a few guesses)…

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