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RootsTech/London is a Roaring Success!
My Photos from RootsTech/London
The “Other Conference” Held at the ExCel London this Weekend
What is a Polygenic Risk Score?
University of Georgia Partners with Google Books for Digital Access including City Directories
Roy Stockdill, R.I.P.
Over the Next Several Months, AncestryDNA Customers May Receive Updated Ethnicity Estimates and That’s a Good Thing
Colour Tithe Maps for Warwickshire added to TheGenealogist
Findmypast Publishes New Norfolk Parish Registers Online
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 21 October 2019
Filae.com launches English language site and facilitates access to 1.5 billion names from French Records
Help Wanted: Join the 2020 U.S. Census Team
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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