As a genealogist, I’m sure you’ve been to your fair share of cemeteries. I enjoy going so much that I’ve been to every cemetery tour in Edmonton, Alberta. If you’ve never been on one of these types of tours in your city, you need to check it out because it’s a great way to learn the history of your city and the people who made your city what it is today. Continue Reading →
If you were like me then you were one of over 1 million people from around the world who took part in the first virtual RootsTech Connect. There were over 226 countries participating and over 1000 classes and other sessions to look at. But now it’s over and you might be a little out of sorts. Continue Reading →
MyHeritage has been doing some incredible things with photos. Their new tool is absolutely amazing. Continue Reading →
Well, the day has finally arrived, and Roots Tech Connect will start very shortly. In fact, I just checked the RootsTech site, and it’s already morphed into its new look, and it’s beautiful, and it’s easy to navigate. Continue Reading →
The final countdown has started and we are just a few days away from RootsTech Connect. Continue Reading →
If you haven’t checked your MyHeritage DNA lately, then you might find a pleasant surprise because there has been an update to your Theory of Family Relativity. Continue Reading →
I just got off a Zoom call this afternoon for the RootsTech Ambassadors, and I just have to say that RootsTech Connect 2021 is going to be incredible. Continue Reading →
What if I told you that you could preserve your memories just by taking them out of their old dusty boxes and putting them in a pretty new FOREVER Box? … Continue Reading →
This project started with a conversation with my son. I was telling him that when I passed away that he and his brother better not just put the things I have in my glass cabinet in a yard sale or take them to the thrift store or heaven forbid… the dump. I told him that many of the things in the cabinet are family heirlooms that have been passed down.
He made a good point as sometimes son’s do. He asked me how he would know that?
If you have ties in your genealogy to Germanic Europe or to New England, Mid-Atlantic, or Midwest, USA, then you’ll want to check out the update that took place to the AncestryDNA® Communities. Continue Reading →