One of the things I miss this year is going to genealogy conferences and meeting everyone that would come to the Shop the Hound booth. We’ll have to wait a while before we can get back to those types of events. But in the meantime, I wanted to let you know that Shop the Hound is online, and in fact, we’re getting ready for Black Friday. Continue Reading →
If the Covid-19 Pandemic has taught me anything, it’s taught me that life is fragile. Thankfully I haven’t had any family members taken away by it, but I do know some genealogy friends who have.
This year, I’ve had time to think about things, and here are some of the conclusions and decisions that I’ve made.
This year’s Thanksgiving is going to be different from other years, that’s for sure. Everyone is thinking of ways to have a family get together and still keep social distancing in mind.
I thought I’d give you some ideas for other things to do over the holiday weekend. Continue Reading →
There are so many FREE genealogy resources I thought I’d tell you about a couple that I’m using quite a bit. Continue Reading →
First and foremost, Harold was my grandfather. He was my father’s father, to be exact. But as with many of my ancestors (and I’m sure many of yours), his story has a “but” in it. Continue Reading →
It’s time for another DNA Angel Project. Win your choice of DNA kit. Continue Reading →
When you’re the keeper of the family photo collection you have a responsibility to keep it the best way you can. Continue Reading →
I know when I started calling my family mystery the Beaton/Batten Mystery; it was in 2015, I believe. But the search for William (Willie) Beaton’s parents has gone on much … Continue Reading →
It’s time again for our monthly draw for something DNA and why not a DNA kit from MyHeritage compliments of Shop the Hound. Testing your DNA with MyHeritage provides you with two types of results: … Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago, it was DNA Day, and because I was #StayingIn, I thought I should try doing something different. I work with my DNA every day, and what … Continue Reading →