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Episode Info: The news includes: MyHeritage has added 90 million new New York Ellis Island and Other New York Passenger Lists (1820-1954). MyHeritage has added a new feature, Do-It-Yourself Historical Record Fixes, in its SuperSearch facililty. Findmypast has added a new collection for tracing immigrants from the British Isles. They have also added records from Kent, and updates to the U.S. Marriages collection and additions to PERSI. Drew shares updates from FamilySearch’s recent records additions. Listener email includes: Tom shares his saga of obtaining copies of passport applications and photographs, and the rich details they contained. Neal asks about formats of genealogy charts to represent the family in a graphical way. Judy wants FamilySearch to add a priority to the digitization of microfilmed land and property records. She has had great success in locating genealogical data in these documents. Neal wants advice on how to record/represent foster children in his family tree for children who probably were not adopted. Chris shares his organizational methods for paper documents and scanned items, and he uses Evernote to great advantage. Jim shared a story from Omaha, Nebraska, about a man who used his DNA test results to find a brother he had never met.Read more »

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