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- Follow Emmitt Smith as he discovers his roots on tonight’s episode of “Who Do You Think You Are?” 8 p.m. eastern on NBC.
- Looks like the US version of “Who Do You Think You Are?” will air in Britain on BBC once it’s finished its run on this side of the pond, according to the Scottish Genealogy News and Events blog. (Apparently the British version of the US version of the British show will be slightly different.)
- About.com Genealogy’s Kimberly Powell reported this week on Minnesota’s Official Marriage System index, a searchable online index that launched last month. Dates of coverage vary by county but go into the 1800s for many.
- Family history will take center stage in Salt Lake City during the week of April 26, 2010, with four genealogy conferences taking place simultaneously. You can save yourself some travel funds and attend all the conferences in one trip. The marquee event is the National Genealogical Society’s Annual Conference, returning to Salt Lake City for the second time in 25 years. Also scheduled are FamilySearch’s Developers Conference for software developers, as well as Brigham Young University’s Conference on Computerized Family History and Genealogy and Family History Technology Workshop.