Were They On A Break?

If you’ve watched “Friends,” then you’ll remember Ross’s famous line; “We were on a break.” ….
So far in my genealogy and DNA, I haven’t found an outcome to one of my ancestor couples’ “breaks,” but I have found their possible breaks.
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Find A Grave

If you’ve searched on Google or on Ancestry, then you’ve probably seen memorials on Find A Grave. I’ve seen them, and I’ve used them often for the information they contain. … Continue Reading →

DNA Angel Project – DNA Day Edition

April 25th is DNA Day and the DNA Angel thought what would be better than having the next DNA Angel Project Draw? This contest is open to residents of Canada and this month’s draw is for a copy of the new audiobook by Rachel Décoste and an AncestryDNA kit generously donated by Ancestry Canada®. Rachel Décoste is a writer and educator from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Continue Reading →

My WikiTree Results

On April 7th, I had my WikiTree reveal, and I wanted to share with you my experience. Continue Reading →

Downsizing In A Pandemic

Recently I decided I needed to do some spring cleaning. A few weeks ago, I was spring cleaning my computer, but why not continue in my home? There are all … Continue Reading →

When I Die Important Documents

You know the old saying; You can’t avoid death or taxes. This isn’t a topic that many of us want to talk about but when I heard this idea I thought, “I’m going to do that.” Continue Reading →

Preserve Your Photos and Genealogy Legacy

GIVEAWAY: Win a 10GB FOREVER Storage Account and preserve your photo, videos and documents for generations. Continue Reading →

Spring Cleaning Your Genealogy & Computer

This past Saturday, was the first day of spring, and it reminded me of when I was a kid and the family had a cabin at Lac La Nonne. My … Continue Reading →

WikiTree Challenge Lucky Week 13

(I’m going to be the guest on Week 13 of the Wikitree Challenge and I’m feeling lucky. )

If you haven’t heard about the WikiTree Challenge, let me tell you a little bit about it. Continue Reading →

William Beaton’s 1940 National Registration

William (Willie) Beaton has been a genealogy struggle. Actually a DNA struggle as well. I can’t say that I’ve turned over every stone because if that was true, then I might know who his parents were. At least, I hope that that’s what it would mean.

To learn more about William Beaton, I decided to purchase his Canadian 1940 National Registration. Continue Reading →