Scapple: A Tool I’m Using For DNA Matches

As you know, I’m working on the Beaton/Batten Mystery (sometimes it feels like all my genealogy moments are spent on it). I’m sure if I ever figure out who William … Continue Reading →

With All The Changes At AncestryDNA It’s A Wonder I Get Anything Done

I’m not complaining, but it’s true. With all the recent changes at AncestryDNA, it’s getting harder and harder not to be looking at DNA results when I should be doing … Continue Reading →

You Know What They Say About Assuming

On October 30, 2018 Library and Archives Canada announced that they had transferred the 1926 Census of Prairie Provinces, which contains over 45,000 pages, to Library and Archives Canada. At … Continue Reading →

Ontario Canada DNA Match Finder

This past week a new Facebook page popped up called Ontario Canada DNA MatchFinder.  At the time of writing this article there were 361 people that have joined.  Since joining … Continue Reading →

It’s Halloween And Time For A Spooky Tale

It’s October 31, 2018, and Halloween;  also known as All Hallows’ Eve, or All Saints’ Eve, which is a celebration observed in a number of countries on 31 October, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows’ … Continue Reading →

Getting A Little Help From My Family’s DNA Kits

On Sunday I took a few minutes to catch up on the blog written by Living DNA.  Their blog dated; August 30th consisted of some product updates which I found … Continue Reading →