Reminder: Genealogy à la carte blog has moved

This blog, Genealogy à la carte, moved to a new location July 1 where I continue to post genealogy news stories every day.

If you haven’t visited the new digs, you’ve missed the weekly Crème de la crème of genealogy blog posts and a survey about why people join genealogical societies. Other popular posts in July include the first families of New Brunswick, new French Canadian resources, a story about two societies who created a unique fundraiser, and the three-part series about summer reading for genealogists.

So, how about dropping by?

www.genealogyalacarte.ca

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About Gail Dever

Gail Dever is a Montreal-based genealogist and blogger and a webmaster for the British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa.
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One Response to Reminder: Genealogy à la carte blog has moved

  1. Gail, our Cornish society would like to use the article that appeared in Tam Kernewek (Cornish American Heritage Society) newsletter. We publish a newsletter 3 times a year and this article really speaks to us right now as we’re struggling to stay alive. We’d certainly appreciate your permission to educate our members with the results of your survey.
    Thank you.
    Dot Hosking Huntley, Treasurer
    Pacific Northwest Cornish Society
    dot@HoaReserves.com
    http://www.NWCornishSociety.com

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