the show with information about the Preserve the Pensions program
which is seeking private funding to digitize and make available for
free all War of 1812 pension files. In Family Histoire news,
Fisher tells of a woman who just turned 106, and you won’t believe
her diet staples! Also, blood from Winston Churchill is up
for auction. Catch the whole story of where it came
from. And, the Danish government and MyHeritage.com are
releasing all kinds of “new” old records from Denmark.
segment two, Lindsay Fulton, Genealogist from the New England
Historic Genealogical Society in Boston talks about the challenges
of navigating the application process of major genealogical
societies like the Daughters and Sons of the American Revolution
and the Mayflower Society. Want to celebrate your ancestors
in this way, or simply have your research validated by independent
eyes? Lindsay has some great tips.
visits with Isabella Prete, who only started her research journey
in the last couple years. And she’s already begun having
those experiences that only family historians have. You won’t
believe how a Scottish monk stepped in to connect her with living
family back in the old country!
Tom Perry is back with more on preservation. That’s this week
on Extreme Genes, America’s Family History Show!
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Extreme Genes is America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast hosted by Fisher