This week on Extreme Genes: Fisher reviews Chris O’Donnell’s appearance on “Who Do You Think You Are?” Plus, the latest on the battle over the body of King Richard III. Where will he be buried for the NEXT 500 years? While King Richard was buried under a parking lot, a child in Chicago was born in a parking lot, just like her dad 33 years earlier (nearly to the day)! A lady having a tree stump removed in her back yard uncovers a century old tombstone! And… more baby names rejected by judges around the world, including “Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii!”
Stan Lindaas from Heritage Consulting talks about oral histories, how they stand on their own regardless of precise accuracy. He gave advice for obtaining and collecting these histories from older relatives. Stan Lindaas from Heritage Consulting also spoke on oral traditions, their significance in research and long lines of ancestral information in various cultures.
Tom Perry from TMC, The MultiMedia Centers, talked with Fisher on preservation of recordings of ancestors, best materials to use and how to assure they last for long periods of time.