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- More than 30,000 early-20th century marriage records from Troy, NY, are indexed online at the Troy Irish Genealogical Society. You can read more about the project, a collaboration between the society and the Rensselaer County Clerks office, at the New York History blog.
- Families is a new app for the Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad that works in conjunction with the windows-based family tree program Legacy Family Tree. You can transfer Legacy family files from your PC to your mobile device, then view and edit them. (Youll need to download a free program called Families Sync to your PC in order to transfer the files.) Families is available at the Apple App store. Learn more on the Families website.
- The National Archives Prologue magazine produced a fascinating video short from a recent issue about the Magellans of the Sky, a group of eight Army airmen who set out in 1924 to be the first people to circle the globe by air. You can watch it on the archives YouTube channel.
- British subscription site Findmypast.co.uk has added 180,000 records to its collection of Chelsea Pensioners British Army Service Records. The additions cover men pensioned out of the British Army between 1760 and 1854 (their pensions were administered through the Royal Hospital at Chelsea). Records covering 1901 to 1913 are slated for release in September.