Chris O’Donnell visits St. Louis on “Who Do You Think You Are?”

Chris O’Donnell visits St. Louis on “Who Do You Think You Are?”

I'm looking forward to tomorrow's "Who Do You Think You Are?" because actor Chris O'Donnell stops in St. Louis, my stomping grounds during college and briefly thereafter. Although I wasn't researching genealogy in earnest at that time, I did have an appreciation for St. Louis' rich history and...

I’m looking forward to tomorrow’s “Who Do You Think You Are?” because actor Chris O’Donnell stops in St. Louis, my stomping grounds during college and briefly thereafter.

Although I wasn’t researching genealogy in earnest at that time, I did have an appreciation for St. Louis’ rich history and I loved to visit the Missouri History Museum. I wonder what St. Louis sites will make an appearance in the show?

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, O’Donnell met with Missouri History Museum Library and Research Center archivist Dennis Northcott, whom I’ve had fun chatting with at genealogy conferences. (Hey, I’m one degree from Chris O’Donnell!)

On Tuesday’s episode, O’Donnell also visits Fort McHenry in Baltimore (I’m predicting a War of 1812 connection), the National Archives in Washington, DC, and the Smithsonian Institution.

“Who Do You Think You Are?” (the US version) airs at 9/8 Central on TLC. If you miss it, episodes are being posted to the show’s website after they air. With getting ready for the FGS conference in Fort Wayne, Ind., this week, I might have to avail myself of that option.

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