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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To celebrate that we now have over 8 billion historical records on MyHeritage - provides the free access to all of the censuses from USA, UK, as well as from Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland to ALL registered MyHeritage users in one week!
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Death certificates or other documents confirming deaths are very important in genealogical research. But what happens when the documentation is not available? The answer may be to find a burial site. This is a guest post by family researcher Amie Bowser Tennant, who is behind the blog The Genealogy Reporter and also writes for lisalouisecooke.com. Amie is actively engaged in genealogy research, and regularly lectures on preserving family life for the next generation.
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The Métis Nation of Ontario has announced the completion of the Ontario Métis Root Ancestors Project.

NOTE: The Métis in Canada are a group of people in Canada who trace their descent to First Nations peoples and European settlers. Wikipedia Describes the Métis as "the mixed-race descendants of early unions between first nations and colonial-era European settlers, usually within central and western Canada, but also in the Eastern parts of Canada ).

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To mark Ireland's fantastically popular Heritage Week, the Dublin-based Irish Newspaper Archives (INA) has announced some excellent discounts on its subscription packages.

Hver af pakkene giver fuld adgang til INAs online database, som indeholder mere end seks millioner sider udgivet af 58 historical newspapers Across the 32 counties of the island.

The fully digitized content starts in 1738 and continues to the current day.

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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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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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As the world mourns the loss of the Rhinestone Cowboy, here's what you need to know about the singer's Irish connections. Country legend Glen Campbell passed away at 81 on August 8 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.

The most counting piece of ancestry comes straight from Campbell's mouth. Campbell told the Scottish Daily Record, "My mom Carrie Stone came from Tipperary in Ireland.

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Thanks to the collaboration between ArkivDigital and Katrineholm-Flen-Vingåker's Relatives Association (KFV), we can now proudly present a fantastic registry that will significantly simplify and enhance the quality of research in Western Södermanland when the register is linked to the photographed original books.

The register, which is produced by KFV, contains nearly half a million registries and comprises a total of 20 parishes: Bettna, Björkvik, Blacksta, Dunker, Flen, Floda, Forssa, Helgesta, Hyltinge, Julita, Lerbo, Lilla Malma, Lilla Mellösa, Sköldinge, Stora Malm, Vadsbro, Västra Vingåker, Årdala and Östra Vingåker.

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Now, a quarter of a million portraits, with associated records, are available at ArkivDigital. The portrait, photographed for half an hour from the 1920 century onwards, is derived from three photo albums in Stockholm: Jaeger, Bergne and Welinder. Most of the photographed people are stockholmers, but there are portraits of people from other parts of the country.

In order to be able to access the portraiture register, it is necessary All-in-one subscriptionAnd partly using the web version of ours program vara.

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