Friday’s Five at Five for April 6, 2018

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This week’s five favorite blogposts include:

Deciphering Place Names Just Got Easier – How to use Google and Meyer’s Gazetteer to try to determine a German town name.

Finding Cemetery Records in an Archive – A post about the different cemetery records you might find in an archive.

Women’s History Month 2018: A P.S. to Asylums and Mental Hospitals – While many state hospitals/asylums cannot provide medical records, this post suggests some alternative sources to finding some information about your ancestor’s experience.

Siblings Can Have Surprisingly Different DNA Ancestry. Here’s Why. – We are each one-of-a-kind, so it should be no surprise our DNA differs. But why so different among siblings?

Genealogy Investigation: Married Cousins – A comb-through newspapers for the historical thoughts on marrying cousins.

 

 

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