Episode 185 – FamilySearch Ready To Digitize Your Local Records / Utah Man Finds Family History Gold In New Zealand Book Case
In this episode, Fisher speaks briefly about his recent trip to Germany; a 109-year-old Englishman who doesn’t want a card from the Queen; why a Swiss Court has disallowed the naming of a baby. A 16-year-old got the gift of a lifetime from her grandfather. Catch what it is. David then spotlights blogger Amie Bowser Tennant. Read her blog about the War of 1812 records at TheGenealogyReporter.com.
Next (starts at 10:39), Fisher talks with Steve Waters from FamilySearch.org. Steve is giving you the opportunity to point FamilySearch in the right direction in finding important genealogical records that have not yet been digitized. Listen to the interview, then call them with what you know at 844-326-4478, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fisher (starts at 24:16) then visits with a Brigham City, Utah man, Barr Cannon, about a genealogical find that took him and his wife, literally, around the world! And it all began in New Zealand with an antique book case.