Ireland, School Masters and Mistresses, 1826
Each of the talks will be led by a member of PRONI's staff, will centre on archival collections in PRONI and will provide excellent insight on using these resources for family and local history.
MacKiev has been working feverishly on the new release of Family Tree Maker 2017. There have also been hints in the MacKiev status reports that the folks at Ancestry.com also have been burning the midnight oil on their end as well.
The details have not been released but apparently one big show stopper has been getting the Family Tree Maker 2017 software in both the Windows and Macintosh computers to synchronize properly with Ancestry.com’s servers.
Regular readers of this blog will know that FamilySearch.org recently began digitising microfilmed material from the Registry of Deeds – one of the last largely untapped major Irish archives for genealogists.
The following is a Plus Edition article, written by and copyright by Dick Eastman.
Note #1: The following article describes an incident with Yahoo Mail. However, it could as easily have been on AOL Mail.
A friend of mine had her Yahoo email account hacked a while ago. Her friends and I all knew it had been hacked when we received an email message claiming to be from her that started as, “I know this might be a surprise to you but am sorry to reach out to you in this manner.
A controversial article by a consumer protection attorney and former deputy attorney general of New Jersey has stirred up a hornet’s nest. Joel Winston published an article with the claim that the genealogy website Ancestry.com is “taking DNA ownership rights” from customers and their families. In other words, he says that Ancestry.com claims to own their customers’ personal DNA data.
Strong words, indeed.