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The following articles are listed in this week’s Plus Edition email:
Sangerville, Maine: the Town of Two Knights
How to Filter Search Results from People Search Sites and Social Media Sites
RootsTech Returns to London in 2020, Opens Early Registration
Texas Man Close to Exoneration after a DNA Computer Algorithm Leads to New Suspect
Cutbacks by Ancestry, 23andMe Signal a Shakeout for DNA Industry
The Census Goes Digital
It Would Take Hundreds of Years to Digitize Records at Seattle National Archives
New Genetic Associations Identified for Heart Failure
Church of England to Launch a ‘Google Maps for Graves’ Within Five Years Enabling Family Historians to Search for Burial Records and Locations in an Online Database
Society of Genealogists and FamilySearch Partnership to Digitize the SoG’s Collection of Compiled Family Histories
MyHeritage Adds Huge Collection of Historical U.S. City Directories
MyHeritage Introduces Fan View for Family Trees
Findmypast Introduces New Look Brand
Findmypast’s Archive is the Fastest Growing on the Market
Findmypast’s Newspaper Archive Goes Global
Explore British & Irish roots through your Findmypast Family Tree
Interment.Net Adds 440,000 Cemetery Records in the Month of February 2020
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 2 March 2020
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 24 Feb. 2020
Ancestry® Announces Digitization of all 36 Million Available US Draft Cards, Answering More Members’ Questions about Family History
Where Am I From? New FamilySearch Discovery Activity Is a Fun Way to Explore Heritage
Your Next Computer Might Not Contain a Computer
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
It is the First Day of the Month: Back Up Your Genealogy Files
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