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George Lewis

An Update for Random Genealogy (and me)

Some major things are happening. I’m going to be the administrator of a Genealogy Software Guide. Technically I already am. I’ve spent the last few months tinkering under the hood and compiling information and have (slowly) started updating it, in addition to working on two other sites – see below. It has been dormant for […]

Return of Random Genealogy?

First off, an explanation. At the time I stopped updating RandomGenealogy.com, a job opportunity had come up that I couldn’t pass up and it required my immediate attention, along with a couple of major events back-to-back. I typed up a nice post saying that I needed to take a break and this is what I […]

Armstrong County (PA) History Alliance

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (PA) has an article, Armstrong history now on Internet, about an alliance of historical/genealogy societies from Armstrong County working together to put the county’s history and genealogy information online. It’s not so much the records (although it sounds like they are working towards that), as it is information about which society holds what records and where you can physically access them. They believe together they will be able to be eligible for more grants and resources.

Utah Teenage Genealogist Winds up on History Channel

ABC 4 has an article/story, Utah teen’s love for genealogy earns him time on History Channel, about a fifteen year old working on his Eagle Scout project that involves genealogy research and cemetery preservation. As a result of this, sometime in the next year on an unnamed show on the History Channel, his project will be feature. Pretty cool, and good exposure for genealogy.

Website Aids Jews’ Search For Ancestors

The Boston Globe has an article by Matt Gunderson, Website aids Jews’ search for ancestors, about, well, those doing genealogy researching concerning Jewish ancestors. It mentions how the internet is impacting many genealogy societies, while some, because of their unique nature, are doing okay.