MyHeritage launched it’s new photo repair tool and I think it helps tell the story even better. Continue Reading →
If you’ve watched “Friends,” then you’ll remember Ross’s famous line; “We were on a break.” ….
So far in my genealogy and DNA, I haven’t found an outcome to one of my ancestor couples’ “breaks,” but I have found their possible breaks.
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On April 7th, I had my WikiTree reveal, and I wanted to share with you my experience. Continue Reading →
(I’m going to be the guest on Week 13 of the Wikitree Challenge and I’m feeling lucky. )
If you haven’t heard about the WikiTree Challenge, let me tell you a little bit about it. Continue Reading →
William (Willie) Beaton has been a genealogy struggle. Actually a DNA struggle as well. I can’t say that I’ve turned over every stone because if that was true, then I might know who his parents were. At least, I hope that that’s what it would mean.
To learn more about William Beaton, I decided to purchase his Canadian 1940 National Registration. Continue Reading →
If you aren’t using eBay for your genealogy then you might be missing out on some special things. Much like a lot of things with genealogy, using eBay requires patience. But that patience can be worth it and pay off. Continue Reading →
When you’re the keeper of the family photo collection you have a responsibility to keep it the best way you can. Continue Reading →
I know when I started calling my family mystery the Beaton/Batten Mystery; it was in 2015, I believe. But the search for William (Willie) Beaton’s parents has gone on much … Continue Reading →
As the world begins the stages of the “new normal” and we slowly get back to interacting with people it’s made me wonder about how my family handled things during … Continue Reading →
A couple of days ago, I got an email from MyHeritage telling me they’d added a new feature to their site. Now you can colorize your black and white photos … Continue Reading →