The May DNA Angel Project

Yes, it’s time for the next DNA Angel Project Draw. You could win an AncestryDNA kit compliments of Shop the Hound. AncestryDNA just announced that they have processed over 15 … 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 →

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 →

MyHeritage AutoClusters

At RootsTech, MyHeritage rolled out two new features. In my last blog I wrote about MyHeritage’s Theory of Family Relativity™ and now I’m going to explain about MyHeritage’s AutoClusters tool. … Continue Reading →