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Research Notes 2019-1-14

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Bendochy Kirk


Are you researching Scottish ancestors? If so, you will find this article on Scottish Burial Records interesting. It’s full of online resources. Chris Paton and his The GENES Blog (GEnealogy News and EventS) are well known on both sides of the Atlantic.

 

There’s even more goodness from across the Atlantic. Irish Genealogy.ie is adding an additional two years of birth, marriage and death records to the www.irishgenealogy.ie website. The marriage Index data along with additional images will also be updated for the years 1864-1869 inclusive. The years covered by the release of the historic records of Births, Marriages and Deaths after this update will be:

  1. Births: 1864 to 1918

  2. Marriages: 1864* to 1943

  3. Deaths: 1878* to 1968

 

Tech Talk

Having trouble keeping track of all the login passwords needed to access many genealogy websites? Take a look at Bitwarden. It provides an easy and safe way to keep track of your passwords and makes it easier to log into all your favorite websites. Bitwarden offers a free account (not a free trial) which supports every feature you would need – like synching between your desktop and mobile devices. Bitwarden supports Windows, Mac and Linux desktops, both Android and Apple mobile devices and a broad range of web browsers.

 
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Storytellers Studio has moved to the MeWe.com network. We are taking advantage of the many features MeWe supports to share resources and ideas for all kinds of storytelling projects. This month’s spotlight shines on the Flickr photo-sharing platform. You will be amazed at the things you can do with Flickr.

To join the group, visit https://mewe.com/join/storytellers_studio. MeWe will display a screen similar to the one shown below to set you up with a MeWe account and connect to Storytellers Studio.

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