Plus Edition Newsletter Has Been Sent

To all Plus Edition subscribers:

A notice of the latest EOGN Plus Edition newsletter was sent to you a few minutes ago. You will notice that this week’s email looks radically different from the previous Plus Edition email messages you have received. It is even different from last week’s (experimental) email message. I hope you will like the changes but, if not, please let me know.

The following articles are listed in this week’s Plus Edition email:

(+) Genealogy Record Keeping in the Post-PC World

Register for RootsTech/Salt Lake City 2020

Utah Adds More Privacy to Family Information Submitted to Online Genealogy and DNA Web Sites

Czech Republic National Museum is Searching for Early Czech Sound Recordings in the US

Brazil Records First-Ever Blockchain Birth Certificate

Genealogist-on-Demand: Virtual Consultation Service announced by Legacy Tree Genealogists

Hong Kong’s Packed “Vertical Graveyards” on Hillsides

Centuries-Old Mystery Notebook Dating Back to the 16th Century, Returned to New Forest Church in Hampshire, England

Follow-Up to Another “Interesting” Obituary about Joseph Heller, Jr.

Gramps 5.1.1 Released

DNAtix Launches Free Anonymous Genetic Vault

Nearly 37,000 Historic Photos from Central Illinois, Many Never Before Published, are now Available to Everyone with an Internet Connection, Digitally Restored and Preserved

90,000 Articles Published on the Free FamilySearch Wiki

FamilySearch Announces New Records from the United Kingdom

New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 16 September 2019

New Cumberland Parish Records and DC Thomson Staff War Photos available to search this Findmypast Friday

More than 500 Family Members in China gather for a Family Photo

Dirk Weissleder elected new General Secretary of the World Federation of Genealogy and Heraldry (CIGH)

Ontario Genealogical Society Presents Peter Wilson with the Society’s Award of Merit

Board for Certification of Genealogists Elects 2019-2020 Officers

Association of Professional Genealogists Announces Staff Changes

Association of Professional Genealogists Awards Members for Contributions to the Organization and Profession; Announces Golden Chapter Award

Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events

NOTE: If you are a Plus Edition subscriber and yet you did not receive the email notice in your in-box, take a look in your spam folder. It probably is there. Most email programs have (optional) filters that you can specify to make sure future Plus Edition notices get sent correctly to your in-box. For instance, GMail users can find instructions at https://blog.eogn.com/2014/09/07/how-to-make-gmail-always-place-this-newsletter-in-the-in-box-not-in-the-spam-folder/. Most other email programs have similar capabilities.

To all non-subscribers:

If you would like to read every week’s Plus Edition newsletter, you can sign up for a subscription by looking at the menus to the right and clicking on “Subscribe to or Renew the Plus Edition Newsletter.” Once you subscribe, you will be given immediate access to the Plus Edition web site and will be able to read the latest Plus Edition newsletter, along with the two previous weekly Plus Edition editions.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dick Eastman at https://blog.eogn.com/contact-dick-eastman.

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