(The tools and tabs listed here may not be new to you, but they are new to me, or I’ve forgotten them and found them again, lol.)
This post and the many posts I hope to write in the future will be dedicated to all the blogs and tools I come across that I’d like to keep for myself, but perhaps they would also be helpful to you. Some weeks the list may be short, and some may be long. It’s my way of cleaning up all the tabs I open, thinking I will come back, only to find myself with too many tabs open. At today’s writing, I have fifty-four, but I won’t write about them all as some are multiple tabs open on Ancestry and MyHeritage.
I hope you find this week’s list helpful. Why not post in the comments how many tabs you have open today
1. https://www.greatwarforum.org/ Looking through some old emails and came across this site which is still active. I got an email about it back in 2008. The site is for discussion and research on all aspects of the Great War of 1914-1918 (aka World War 1). There are discussions about Armies, Navies, Air Forces, and Medical Services, as well as coverage of the Home Front and the politics behind the war. Also, check out The Long, Long Trail.
2. The Old Bailey – continuing with the cleaning up of old emails. This is also a site I’ve searched on many occasions. Perhaps you’ll have a lucky dip.
3. Black Sheep Ancestors – Do you have these? I have a couple.
4. DNA Matches Shed Light on a 3XGG | It Can Happen! – an interesting blog about using DNA for a distant ancestor mystery.
5. The Far Side – This gives you a little peek into what I think is funny.
6. British Home Children in Canada – I’ve always had a fascination with the British Home Children Story. I often wondered if William Beaton, my great-grandfather, was a Home Child. So far, I don’t know because he took on the name of this adopted family.
Have you missed some of our other Too Many Tabs Tuesday posts? Catch them at the Archives.