Ancestry has released a video called, A Dream Delivered: The Lost Letters of Hawkins Wilson, telling the story of Hawkins Wilson. This is the story of a young enslaved boy … Continue Reading →
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 →
One of Ancestry’s features, when you do a DNA test, is Communities. These communities are part of your DNA Story or Ethnicity and are included in the price of your … Continue Reading →
On April 1st, the 1950 US Census was released. That started the clock for each of the big-name genealogy companies, Ancestry and MyHeritage, to get working on giving us the … Continue Reading →
As a Canadian, the most recent census that I can find my family in is the Prairie Provinces Census in 1926. This census was conducted only in the western provinces, … Continue Reading →
With over 1500 sessions at the 2022 RootsTech site, it’s hard to choose which ones I like the most. But recently, I was asked about my top five sessions that … Continue Reading →
this year, MyHeritage presented a new product to their collection of photo products.
Let’s review the other products, and then I’ll show you my LiveStory creation (I think it’s pretty cool). Continue Reading →
So many things are happening this week that I thought I’d pass along some of the things you might be interested in. Planning a Genealogy Road Trip First of all, … Continue Reading →
There are a few days until RootsTech 2022, so you have time to get ready and plan the things you’d like to watch during the event March 3-5th.
The RootsTech 2022 website is live, so you can now go through the entire list of 1,500 sessions on 185 topics in over 30 languages and create your playlist so that you can go back to it when it’s “live” or whenever you’d like in the next year. Yes, the presentation will be available in the future. Continue Reading →
I wanted to spend a couple of minutes showing you a few new features that MyHeritage recently launched. Continue Reading →