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- I wanted to point you to Thomas MacEntees Geneabloggers post about the genealogy reality series The Generations Project, produced by BYU Television, documenting the ancestral stories of regular people. New episodes air every Monday on cable on BYU-TV (for help finding the channel, US residents click your state on this map; Canadians click here); you also can the latest episode online.
Want to be on The Generations Project? See the shows website to apply.
- Speaking of television, if you missed the second episode of Faces of America on Wednesday, you can catch it online.
- According to the National Genealogical Society Blog, you can now get access to information from the UKs 1939 National Registrationif the person you want to find out about is deceased. The service, provided by Englands Information Centre for Health and Social Care (NHS IC), costs a nonrefundable 42 pounds (about $66) whether or not the search is successful. See the NHS IC site for instructions on making a request.
- The last Canadian veteran of WWI, John Babcock, has died at age 109 in Spokane, Wash. He enlisted at age 15, having lied about his age, but the war ended before he saw action.
You can learn about Library and Archives Canadas WWI resources in the online Canadian Genealogy Center.