Ancestry FREE At Home Education

If you follow me on Facebook (and I hope you do) then you might have seen this announcement from Ancestry. (shown HERE). Ancestry announced this week that they will now … Continue Reading →

This International Women’s Day

. March 8th is International Women’s Day, and I was wondering. How much do you know about the females in your family tree? A recent survey from Ancestry revealed that … Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

Connect with Cousins – The DNA Angel Project – November Edition

This month’s DNA Angel Project is about connecting with cousins. Over the years that I’ve been doing genealogy and now work with DNA, I’ve discovered many cousins. Cousins in Canada … Continue Reading →

75th Anniversary of D-Day and a FREE Record Weekend

June 6th marks the 75th Anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy. Allied troops stormed German defenses on the beaches of Normandy, France that day. The victory at Normandy … Continue Reading →

Transferring Your DNA – Let’s Find More Cousins

(This is a long post with lots of pictures. This explains how to transfer an AncestryDNA file to Family Tree DNA (FTDNA) but part way through this post there will … Continue Reading →