Genealogy Do-Over: Last Day to View FREE Webinar Recording

Watch Thomas MacEntee present his plan to "redo" years worth of genealogy research - Genealogy Do-Over webinar at Legacy Family Tree.

Today, Tuesday, January 27th is the LAST DAY to view the recording of My Genealogy DO-Over – A Year of Learning from Research Mistakes – my latest webinar at Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

If you’ve been wondering about the “Genealogy Do-Over” and how it works – and why we’ve attracted over 3,200 people to the Genealogy Do-Over Facebook Group, then spend some time and watch this webinar.

Click here for more information on the Genealogy Do-Over and how you can participate!

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“Genealogy Roadshow” Season 2 Episode 3 Tonight on PBS

PBS’ GENEALOGY ROADSHOW uncovers family secrets in the series’ 2nd season, premiering Tuesday, January 13, 2015, at 8:00 p.m. ET and airs every Tuesday thru February 24

Don’t forget to watch the next episode of the Genealogy Roadshow tonight, Tuesday 27 January 2015, at 8:00 pm EST. This week’s episode is entitled Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute:

In Philadelphia, a man learns his family's role in history; a man unearths possible Viking roots; and a family discovers a possible link to one of history's biggest scams. Also: A man hopes to confirm that he's related to a signer of the Declaration of Independence; and two sisters learn their ancestors were part of the great Irish migration.

“At Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute, a team of genealogists uncovers fascinating family histories. A man learns that the event that drove his family to the City of Brotherly Love changed the course of history; a man may be a Viking descendant; another’s family could have part of one of history’s biggest scams; a young man hopes to confirm his relation to a signer of the Declaration of Independence; and two sisters learn their ancestors were part of the great Irish migration.”

Season 2 – Genealogy Roadshow

Season 2 of the Genealogy Roadshow, which runs through Tuesday 24 February 2015 (check local listings for exact date and time), visits three important cities in the history and development of the United States: New Orleans, Philadelphia and St. Louis.

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Genealogy Blogging Beat – Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Beginning on 27 January 1945, the Soviet army liberated about 6,000 prisoners of the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz. It is estimated that 1.5 million inmates were killed at Auschwitz between 1941 and liberation— 95 percent of them were Jewish.
Today is Tuesday, 27 January 2015, and here is what’s available in terms of Daily Blogging Prompts and other related events in the genealogy blogosphere:

Items of Note

  • Today: Apollo 1 Spacecraft Fire – Anniversary, Auschwitz Liberated – 70th Anniversary, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Birthday – Anniversary, National Geographic Society Founded – Anniversary, Thomas Crapper Day, and International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust.

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