(The tools and tabs listed here may not be new to you, but they are new to me, or I’ve forgotten them and found them again, lol.)
This post and the many posts I hope to write in the future will be dedicated to all the blogs and tools I come across that I’d like to keep for myself, but perhaps they would be helpful to you as well. Some weeks the list may be short, and some may be long. It’s my way of cleaning up all the tabs I open, thinking I will come back, only to find myself with too many tabs open. At today’s writing, I have thirty-seven, but I won’t write about them all as some are multiple tabs open on Ancestry and MyHeritage.
I hope you find this week’s list helpful.
- MyHeritage’s new app, called Reimagine, was launched last week, and they had a great blog about their new product. You can read it HERE.
- One of my favorite shows is “Finding Your Roots,” and one of my favorite people is Dr. Louis (Skip) Gates. I follow his TicTok and was watching him dance HERE.
- I signed up for another course at
- Manitoba Vital Statistics. If you have ancestors that lived in Manitoba, then this vital stats search page might be perfect. Births must be more than 100 years ago, marriage more than 80 years ago, and deaths need to be more than 70 years ago.
- segment-ology but more specifically, Using the Shared cM Project in Reverse. I’m always looking for new ways to look at my DNA, and this article offered that. Especially if it can help in any way with my Beaton/Batten Mystery.
- A lot of time was spent on Ancestry searching for family in the 1931 Canada Census.
- Library and Archives Canada Announces 1931 Census of Canada is Now Available Online
- Your Guide to the 1931 Census of Canada, written by Kathryn Lake Hogan
- Amazing: LAC posts “The1931 Census will be right back” – by John Reid
- Stop Ignoring Chromosome Browsers If You’re A Serious Genealogist | RANT WARNING This is something I don’t really use, so it’s something I’ve wanted to learn more about.