MyHeritage Animation With Deep Nostalgia

MyHeritage has been doing some incredible things with photos. Their new tool is absolutely amazing. Continue Reading →

Countdown To RootsTech Connect

The final countdown has started and we are just a few days away from RootsTech Connect. Continue Reading →

Theory of Family Relativityâ„¢ Update – Could It Help Your Family Tree?

If you haven’t checked your MyHeritage DNA lately, then you might find a pleasant surprise because there has been an update to your Theory of Family Relativity. Continue Reading →

Save Your Memories With A FOREVER Box

What if I told you that you could preserve your memories just by taking them out of their old dusty boxes and putting them in a pretty new FOREVER Box? … Continue Reading →

DNA Angel Project – January Edition

The DNA Angel Project – January Edition is on but you’ll have to hurry if you want to enter. Continue Reading →

Playing With My Photos

Lately, I’ve been scanning some old photos of my father that I don’t think I’ve ever seen before. They were a little faint, and so today, I thought I’d see … Continue Reading →

I’m Reading The Edmonton Journal Newspaper From 1955

The other night, I watched the news from Toronto, and I had to turn the channel because it was so depressing and stressful. I’m no baby, but it made me wonder; “really? There isn’t anything good to report about?”.

So I decided today to have a peek at what the news was like 65 years ago. I can do that with a Newspapers.com subscription. I have the Publisher’s Extra subscription because I want to read The Edmonton Journal, but there are lots of newspapers in the basic plan and then for certain newspapers, you pay an additional charge. The Edmonton Journal is one of them, but I’ve found so many great articles about my family that the extra is “worth every penny.”

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Love and Marriage At Ancestry, Newspapers.com Marriage Index

When you work on your family history, you realize that life consists of major events that need to be tracked, such as births, marriages, and deaths. But it’s what we learn from those events and records that tell our family’s story and create a rich family history. Continue Reading →

A Random Msg Lead To More Info – The Beaton/Batten Mystery

Recently I received a random message from an Ancestry user. The Kathleen Ann that she referred to was my great uncle’s wife, and I hadn’t done any research on her … Continue Reading →

Walking The Genealogy Talk

How are you engaging the younger generation in your genealogy? I might have found a way. Continue Reading →