Michael Feeney has been in the hospital in New York since January with a broken pelvis. Only recently did his family discover the 92-year-old veteran’s important role in World War II… breaking the Nazi’s “enigma” code. So they made a few calls. Read what happened.
You can’t say that this kind of thing happens every day.
We all love to look at a photo of an ancestor and see if we have even a hint of resemblance. One man makes sure he does!
Okay, it’s been over 75 years, but one library is forgiving a late fee for a recently returned book because of the unique due date on the inserted card.
Not everyone gets an “I love you” cookie from a beau or belle. Even fewer people save that cookie… for 85 years!
Ken Nelson shares an amazing blog on FamilySearch.org about finding your ancestors in Indian War pension records, including this incredible example from Mary Todd Lincoln.
Think of it. When rolls of film from the World War II era are finally exposed, the technician is the first person ever to see those images… 70 to 75 years later. Watch how the Rescued Film Project goes about its work.
We all know that creepy old British castles are crawling with secrets. In this case, a secret room that was used to hide Catholic priests!
It sure seems strange to think that any of us have Neanderthal blood, but the fact is we all do! But one group has far more than the rest of us. Read all about it!
The story has always been that there were eleven caves that held the Dead Sea Scrolls. But now another has been found!