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 →
The DNA Angel Project – January Edition is on but you’ll have to hurry if you want to enter. Continue Reading →
As genealogists, we are all trying to preserve the memory of our ancestors. Many of us work long hours; on our trees, watching webinars, taking classes, taking road trips when we can, reading books, and all for the sake of our passion.
There’s one thing I know because I think about it often; what will happen to our work? Who will take the torch? Will there be someone? Continue Reading →
Family History Month is in October, but February is starting to feel like the new Family History Month. Why do I say that? FOREVER Family History Virtual Starting today, you’ll … Continue Reading →
It’s the end of the first week of 2021, and I’ve completed the first page in my 2021 Yearbook. I decided that if I found my grandmother’s diary, I would have been over the moon, so this is for future generations, and it’s a great way for me to see what’s happened in my year. Continue Reading →