For the last six years, I’ve been advocating for the larger push to digitize land records. I first became interested in these after stumbling on a few research guides highlighting their importance in the absence of vital records. For the next four years, I compiled lists of records I thought would be important to my […]

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It comes with a heavy heart to announce that a number of websites and genealogical resources have fallen prey to the ill-conceived European GDPR law. While in theory, the notion of embracing a transparent privacy policy is something much needed. However, the GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, is a gross overreach of the Orwellian […]

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