Sometimes it is just fun to read a few historical funnies from the past. The humour of our ancestors can give good insight into their thoughts and ideas of the time. Here are a few from the Conroe Courier in 1923.
Greenville police announce arrest of woman in homicide of infant known as Julie Valentine
Greenville police have announced a break in the decades-old murder of an infant known as Julie Valentine
DNA Tourism a New Trend? Not Exactly
Recently NBC had an article on their website called, “Why DNA tourism may be the big travel trend of 2019.” They begin the article with, “These are your cousins. You will probably spend the night with them,” but this can be misleading when discussing DNA tourism.
Help with Genealogical Proof Standards (GPS)
Isn’t it funny how one insignificant thing can lead to something clever and resourceful?
I received an email from Marc McDermott of the Genealogy Explained website regarding a link on my page to the Board for Certifications of Genealogists, Genealogical Proof Standards (GPS) that was broken. The BCG had redesigned their site a few months back, and for some reason it never occurred to me that my link would become broken from that redesign. I want to thank Marc for pointing it out to me, especially since my Google services missed it. Continue reading “Help with Genealogical Proof Standards (GPS)”