New Records from Ancestry

Birth, Marriage, Death and Census records are the foundation of genealogical research. Building on the largest collection of core US Birth, Marriage and Death Records, additional new collections coming to … Continue Reading →

The DNA Angel Project – RootsTech Edition

It’s happening again. The Family History Hound is having the RootsTech Surprize Prize DNA Angel Project™ Draw. The Family History Hound is on the way to RootsTech in Salt Lake … Continue Reading →

How Would You Like a FREE Gift to Give For Valentine’s Day?

Our friends over at Vivid-Pix are giving us the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day. Best of all it’s FREE. That’s the program they’ve created – a Free Gift!  Using your … Continue Reading →

My Word Of The Year Is An F Word – Focus

We’ve all had those moments where we are working on our genealogy or photos… but especially genealogy, and you find a recordset or a document, and you’re off in search … Continue Reading →

What Can You Find In The News?

Edmonton Journal 26 November 1955 Sat, Nov 26, 1955 – 41 · Edmonton Journal (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) · Newspapers.com One thing I always do when I’m researching various members of … Continue Reading →

Chromosome Mapping – Why Should You Do It?

I’ll be honest I’ve only played a little with chromosome mapping. The reason being is that I wasn’t sure if it would help me; especially with my Beaton/Batten Mystery. But … Continue Reading →