Lead archaeologist Richard Buckley said today that the remains found beneath a social services car park in Leicester, England are “beyond reasonable doubt” the remains of Richard III the last Plantagenet King of England who was killed in battle in 1485. The remains bore the marks of ten injuries inflicted shortly before his death. It […]

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The Family History Library has a policy change for patrons requesting copies from the library in Salt Lake City, Utah, as follows: “Please note the following change in the policy for patrons who are requesting copies from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. All requests for information copied from films, book pages, […]

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New England town maps are more useful to genealogy researchers than county maps. FamilySearch.org now has maps showing each town and the town’s neighbors in New England , New York, and Canada. Thanks to Wiki contributors eventually maps will be clickable by town so a click on the map will take users to the page […]

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