Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Wake Genealogy Watch - Spring Edition 2024, v7.3 - Live Now at our website

The Spring 2024 Issue (Vol. 7, Issue 3) of our award-winning newsletter, Wake Genealogy Watch, is now available online for reading or download. You can visit the WCGS website  or access through this link - Wake Genealogy Watch, Spring 2024.


Features in this issue include:

  • Read details of the recent unveiling ceremony for a new Historic Marker in Holly Springs.
  • We are seeking a webmaster volunteer. Read the details and volunteer information here.
  • Find RootsTech 2024 highlights including links to selected presentations, and the whole on demand schedule.
  • Research tip – Finding Prisoners and other special populations in post-1900 Census Records
  • Have fun exploring selected topics from the Wake Treasures Journal contents, now available to all. Featured collections are linked in this issue.
  • Explore the Biofile image collection online at Allied Families. This vast collection comprises years of research on the Upchurch and their allied families in Wake County and their migrations elsewhere.
  • Read about an AI image creation experiment using Bing Image Creator and other tools.
  • Improve your photo preservation skills with this on demand video workshop from the Missouri State Archives.
  • Learn about a very large donation of over 750 genealogy books that will benefit everyone with folks who migrated through Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware.

 Photo Note: If you choose to read a printed version of this newsletter, some of the photos will be difficult to view due to size constraints. Please refer to the online edition where you can enlarge the photos to accommodate better viewing.  Click this Newsletter link to view this and all past newsletter content.  

 We welcome your feedback, input, and submissions for inclusion in future editions.  Please address all input to newsletter@wakecogen.org.

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