Today's Tuesday's ChickTip is to PLAY NICE. I know that most folks don't need a reminder, but sometimes we forget the importance of just being kind in all of our communciations. Kindness is truly a huge part of so much of our genealogical research, yet overlooked, disregarded, and taken for granted way too many times!
SALISBURY - This story has been buried for too long. By the time it's over, you'll be confused and crying for a family genealogy scorecard, but the best summary is this: Extra Photos Penny Sides tends to flowers on the grave of her grandmother, Maude Newsome Cauble.
Comic Al Murray has denied that having an illustrious ancestor makes him a "toff" and told how he discovered his great-great-aunt spent her life in an asylum simply for having a learning disability. The Pub Landlord star, 46, found out about Laura while taking part in a new two-part ITV documentary, Secrets From The Asylum.
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Good Grief! Occasionally I dip a toe into my family's genealogy but it's not a regular hobby. I'll be online, get the urge, click around a bit, learn something interesting, and two minutes later the urge sputters out. But this week I learned that even those two minutes can lead to rocks that are better left unturned.
It probably shouldn't shock anyone to realize that any franchise whose main character was named "He-Man" was, in fact, kind of ridiculous. But somehow the Masters of the Universe toys, cartoons and movie managed to exceed all expectation of weirdness. Here are a dozen bizarre He-facts that you've probably forgotten (or repressed).
The family-history market has shifted in the two years since Family Tree Maker for Mac 2 was released. Major updates to both Reunion and MacFamilyTree have seen them close the gap considerably, although FTM does manage to stay on top - just by a smidge.