My Virtual Cemetery At FOREVER

As a genealogist, I’m sure you’ve been to your fair share of cemeteries. I enjoy going so much that I’ve been to every cemetery tour in Edmonton, Alberta. If you’ve never been on one of these types of tours in your city, you need to check it out because it’s a great way to learn the history of your city and the people who made your city what it is today. Continue Reading →

DNA Angel Project – August Edition – Pick Your Prize 🧬🧬🎁

It’s time for another DNA Angel Project. Win your choice of DNA kit. Continue Reading →

MyHeritage Flash Sale

MyHeritage -Exclusive Offer

Hello Family History Followers, I’m excited to share an exclusive offer for Family History Hound followers: 50% off the ultimate subscription to MyHeritage, valid through 4/25/2020. (This is a Two … Continue Reading →

The DNA Angel Project – RootsTech Edition

It’s happening again. The Family History Hound is having the RootsTech Surprize Prize DNA Angel Project™ Draw. The Family History Hound is on the way to RootsTech in Salt Lake … Continue Reading →

Trick Or Treat

Boooooo!!! It’s October and time for the DNA Angel Project Draw. This month’s draw is for a collection of items. Once you’ve updated your DNA tree you’ll want to print … Continue Reading →

We’re Having Two Draws At The Same Time

Why have only one draw when you can have two? If you didn’t have a chance to enter The DNA Angel Project – April Edition then you’re in luck because … Continue Reading →

The DNA Angel Project – February #RootsTech Edition 😇😇

The DNA Angel Project – February Edition has begun and we have a twist this month. While the Family History Hound is in #SLC for RootsTech she will be searching … Continue Reading →

48 Days Until #RootsTech 2018

  I’m counting the days until RootsTech and it’s coming fast.. only 48 days (as of today) until it begins. If you’re on the fence about going then let me tell … Continue Reading →

It’s Time To Get Organized – My Genealogy Rewind or Getting My Poop In A Group

I remember when I first started doing genealogy someone said you can tell a genealogist by the mounds of papers they have on and around their desk. Over the years … Continue Reading →

What Do You Take To A 80th Birthday Party?

Last weekend I went to my Uncle Ken’s 80th birthday party; Uncle Ken is my mom’s younger brother. My husband and I decided that it was such a warm day … Continue Reading →