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(+) The PC and the Macintosh are Dying
RootsWeb Mailing Lists to be Discontinued
Groups.io: The Do-It-Yourself Replacement for Disappearing Message Boards and Mailing Lists
What Does a Polygenic Risk Score Mean?
Gramps 5.1.2 Released
How You can Help the City of Seattle Document and Decode History
What to Expect from FamilySearch in 2020
MyHeritage Record Collections Added in the Second Half of December
New Content on the MyHeritage Education Knowledge Base
New 1939 Register Entries and Military Records Available to Search this Findmypast Friday
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 6 January 2020
New UK Military Records on Fold3
Hotel Reservations Now Open for the FGS 2020 Conference in Kansas City, Missouri
Irish Research Trip – October 2020
The U.S. National Genealogical Society Announces Call for Proposals for 2021 Family History Conference
A Secretive Surveillance Company Is Selling Cops Cameras Hidden in Gravestones
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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