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- Tonight on Who Do You Think You Are? watch actress Brooke Shields reconnect with her royal past. Take note of the new episode schedule, which inserts a repeat and a bye week:
April 2: Brooke Shields
April 9: Sarah Jessica Parker (Repeat)
April 16: No episode
April 23: Susan Sarandon
April 30: Spike Lee
- You mightve seen this already, but I thought Id mention: The New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) in Boston discovered that talk show host and rookie American Idol judge Ellen DeGeneres is related to superstar Madonna. You can watch Ellen talk about the findings on her March 31 show.
- New sources in the Missouri History Museums Genealogy and Local History Index include portage lists (payrolls) and wages account for several steamboats, graduation programs and more. You can search the index, which references people and companies primarily from St. Louis, online; if you find an ancestors name, you can order a copy of the original document.
- The Brigham Young University library has posted data from the Mormon Immigration Index CD (originally published in 2000) in a searchable database. Data come from immigrants accounts, passenger lists and other resources documenting Europeans (especially from the British Isles) who became Mormons and immigrated to the United States.
- For those of you who are LDS church members, the subscription family tree site OneGreatFamily is launching a new web site called OneClickTempleTrip.com that taps into New FamilySearch for a quick and easy way to identify ancestors you can take to the temple for ordinance work. (New FamilySearch is a family tree site available to many LDS members; it eventually will become available to the public.)