New DNA Tool – DNA Painter Coverage Estimator

Could this new tool help me solve a mystery? Whenever there are new tools for your DNA, it’s a good day. So October 17th was a good day. That’s the … Continue Reading →

Update: Calling All Genies (Genealogist, I Mean)

Where does the time go? On June 6, I posted a blog asking for some Genie help. Continue Reading →

Why Do People DNA Test?

The newest video on my YouTube channel is all about why people DNA test. You can watch it HERE. This video is part of my new series called Let’s Explore … Continue Reading →

Calling All Genies (Genealogist I Mean)

Last week I told you that I would ask for some help. The help I need is some sleuthing to see if we can find a couple who has disappeared … Continue Reading →

The Gift of MyHeritage DNA

(For a limited time, MyHeritage offers special holiday gift wrapping for just $3 more. Find out more HERE.) Do you have a person on your gift-giving list that’s tough to … Continue Reading →

Four Things I’m Doing To Break My Brick Wall

So I thought of four things that I’m going to do to help me with my brick wall, and I wanted to share them with you. Even if it doesn’t help my research, I’m hoping they might help you. Continue Reading →

The Beaton/Batten Mystery – What’s New?

If you’re on Facebook, then you know that each day you get memories of posts you’ve done in years gone by. Some from last year and others from as far … Continue Reading →

My WikiTree Results

On April 7th, I had my WikiTree reveal, and I wanted to share with you my experience. Continue Reading →

WikiTree Challenge Lucky Week 13

(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 Beaton’s 1940 National Registration

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 →