Today, the conservative Ola Grefstad and Johan G. Foss, leader of the history of Fosen, will attend a three-day "cultural history walk" on Fosen Peninsula.

"Three set days are low in this context, so it's not very much we expect to take part in this round.

Grefstad and Foss are wandering with the following questions:

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Many of us have experienced less storage on the new PC than the old one. This is due to the fact that the old one was equipped with traditional hard disk while the new one was equipped with SSD.

It was commonplace five years ago that even affordable laptops were supplied with 500 GB hard disk while even expensive PCs come with half as large SSDs today.

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The hydrogen plant at Vemork was finished in 1929, and was an important element of the industrial adventure that took place at Rjukan and Notodden at the beginning of the 1900 century. It was also a place for the heavy water action night for 28. February 1943, probably the most famous single event from Norwegian war history. The hydrogen plant was demolished by explosion in 1977.

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Please use the language translator button on the top right hand corner if you do not speak Norwegian.

(Updated 10.10.2017)

I have used an old blog post and updated it with the new digital archive website.

Searchable church books save you a lot of time

I think it's so good to know which church books are searchable before I start browsing through many pages in scanned church books.

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As the leaves begin to change colors, many of us reflect on our own lives and how they have changed over the years. The one thing that has remained for many of us, is family. Autumn is the perfect time to create new family memories together. Here are some fun activities you can do with your family this fall:
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A nationwide crowd-sourcing survey project has been launched to identify and document Ireland's holy wells, and the associated traditions/beliefs associated with them held by our ancestors. County by county across both the Republic and Northern Ireland, it will record those holy well sites that remain in active use and also those nearly lost to living memory.

The project is being managed by its creator, Dr Celeste Ray, Professor of Anthropology at the University of the South in Swanee, Tennessee, USA.

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Författarna presenterar mängder with advice och tips on hur coming Word in their hunt for slaughter in America. Här finns 19 olika chapter, bland annat about amerikanska Folkräkningen, consular actions, adressregister, about dödsnotiser och hur one gets Veta more about person erna in tidning pengarna, one often landmarks bortglömd källa. Via Kyrkogård och grave registry gets också a lot användbara uppgifter. Här finns även understand hur man hittar slaughter in militares actions.

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Anders Berg was Projektledare för "Name devoured the döda" previous year. He är an experienced släktforskare, have bland annat large intresse för DNA research och är en by reason pengarna of Svenska sällskap för Genetic Genealogy (ssgg.se). Tidigare under hearth 2002-2015 articulated projects of Anna-Lena Hultman, Ulricehamn, Nara samarbete Carl Szabad och Johan Gidlöf. Innan Anders Berg train över was Viktoria Jonasson, Boras, Projektledare. In the project "Name devoured the döda" Lagg now också focus on some problematic meeting där the sampling of uppgifter är tidskrävande.

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The American rock star, "The Boss", Bruce Springsteen and his family can be traced back to County Kildare.

Christy Gerrity from Rathangan, Springsteen's 2x great grandfather, was a child of a trouble maker.

According to the Irish Independent, Gerity was arrested and put into prison under the Insurrection Act in 1823 due to the pure payments and related evictions of the time.

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Guglielmo Marconi's biography reveals an incredible link with the creators of one of the world's most famous Irish whiskeys.

National Radio Day 2017 is upon us and what better way to celebrate than with a look at the incredible Irish connections of radio inventor Guglielmo Marconi and his mother's famous family. Yes, National Radio Day on August 20 is a day made for the Irish, who has a great fondness for radio, maybe because of our great fondness for chatting and talking.

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Of course, like anybody else who has been bitten by this lovely hobby called genealogy, I am doing church books, dumbbells and other old sources to find "just a little bit" about my family, and one life after another is written into my documentation . It is like Christmas Eve when new sources or databases are published that can solve riddles and complement previous research. When the question now and then appears online, how many people have you collected in your database, and someone answers "just over 95.000" ... then I tend to think quietly, how then?

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Today there are a lot of channels that rinse over us with information. The slightly older invention with the printed word is complemented by a lot of radio channels. On top of that, it comes a little later, even here with channels of all kinds that make everyday life filled with new impressions.

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