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Selve sankthansdagen faller alltid på den 24. juni, men feires kvelden før på sankthansaften. Hva er det egentlig vi feirer kvelden hvor vi tenner bål, spiser god mat og samles i sosiale fellesskap?

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From the Sunshine State Digital Network at http://bit.ly/2KcabAF:

Florida’s Sunshine State Digital Network (SSDN) is pleased to announce that more than 62,000 new records from Florida Memory are now discoverable through the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). Florida Memory is a digital outreach program of the State Library and Archives of Florida, administered by the Florida Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.

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We have just announced that, following the recent separation of immigrant parents and children in the United States, MyHeritage is expanding its pro bono initiative, DNA Quest — which helps reunite adoptees with their biological families through DNA testing — to help those parents who were detained at the US border reunite with their children. We are pledging 5,000 additional free DNA tests for separated parents and children who are interested in this opportunity.
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Kvalme under svangerskapet er en velkjent plage for mange kvinner, men visste du at det kanskje er arvelig? Har du kjennskap til gravide i slekten som har vært svært plaget av morgenkvalme, er det sannsynligvis ikke den første gravide i slekten med disse plagene. Heldigvis har legevitenskapen bedre kontroll på behandlingen i dag enn for få tiår siden.

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The following announcement was written by TheGenealogist:

TheGenealogist has just released a great new resource for family historians wanting to find ancestors who had officially changed their forename or surname in Britain. The Change of Names Database covers information gathered from a number of sources including Private Acts of Parliament; Royal Licences published in the London and Dublin Gazettes; notices of changes of name published in The Times after 1861 with a few notices from other newspapers; registers of the Lord Lyon [King of Arms] where Scottish changes of name were commonly recorded; records in the office of the Ulster King at Arms and also some private information.

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