Friday is here. Here are five fellow bloggers’ posts I found fascinating this week:
I love case studies and the case of the missing Tews is a great read.
Oxford Ancestors is closing down. Debbie Kennett gives a rundown on the historical significance of the company, while Roberta Estes reminds us why and how we can protect our DNA.
I’ve lived in houses built in the 18th, 19th, and 20th century and have done some historical research on the houses for fun. I’m looking forward to the success of Housestry. (Update 4/24/2022: link no longer exists).
Leah Larkin ran a survey to help determine the best DNA test for ancestry outside of the United States. The analysis is great and so was her approach. She details the problems with her approach and how she quality controlled the survey results. Excellent!