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Apr 26, 2021

Host Scott Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and The guys begin by talking about the recent passing of America’s oldest person. And you won’t believe how many descendants she has left! Then, it’s a happy birthday greeting to one of the last two survivors of the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor. Hear who he is. Then, an Illinois man has made a fascinating discovery under his home dating to the 1840s! It’s quite a find! Next, it’s a Civil War discovery in South Carolina that is more than unique. Find out what was found in a 19th century house. Finally, a man in Seattle picked up a photo album at a yard sale and historians are going nuts!

Next, Fisher visits with Mary Kathryn Kozy and Cara Jones of Mary Kathryn and Cara are deep in the weeds in something FamilySearch calls the War of 1812 Project. You might find an unexpected link to your ancestor on FamilySearch involving this project. Hear what it’s all about.

Then, genealogist Sunny Morton shares her thoughts on discovering ancestral stories. Sunny’s got a great story of her own!

Then, Fisher and David take on a pair of listener questions on Ask Us Anything.

That’s all this week on Extreme Genes, America’s Family History Show!