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Mobile Monday: Billion Graves

One of my favorite FREE genealogy apps for the iPhone is Billion Graves. (Also available for the android)<br>Here is the home screen. You can see how …

Using DropBox to Backup and Share your Important Files – or Why I Don’t Bother Carrying a Flash Drive Anymore

Many of us remember when ZIP drives came out. 100MB of cheap, portable storage, and they were such an improvement over floppy disks. Click-of-death …

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Busting Down Brick Walls: Organize Your Project (Part 1)

Every genealogist has a brick wall ancestor – that ancestor with the record trail that seems to just stop. One of the keys to busting down that brick …

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Busting Down Brick Walls: Organize Your Project (Part 2)

Here is part two in the blog post series all about busting down your brick walls by organizing your project. If you missed part one, you can read it …

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The Basics of Organizing Your Genealogy

Will the 100% organized genealogist please stand up?<p>Anyone? Anyone? Hello?<p>Organizing our genealogy and family history stuff is on everyone’s mind – …

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Some Thoughts for the Genealogy Societies in the World

Here is a bit of a confession: I’m not the only 20-something genealogist out there. Surprisingly, there are a bunch of “younger” genealogists and …

The Genealogy Generational Disconnect

Recently, there was a post on the Transitional Genealogists Forum from a young twenty-something genealogist that has sparked a lot of great …

Google Earth Updates: More Cities for Your Family History Research | Genealogy Gems

Google Earth has been hard at work, adding more in-depth image coverage to its already vast 3D visual archive of the world’s places. You can now take …

14 sources of death information

<b>Death Registration</b> – a death certificate should <b>always</b> be obtained if the death occurred after civil registration was introduced in the colony (see …

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Family History Skills: Genealogical Basics - Tonia's Roots

One of my To-Do items for March is to take the online “Family History Skills course” provided by the National Genealogical Society. This course is …

A New Tool for Finding Obituaries

GenealogyInTime Magazine, the world’s largest online genealogy magazine, has made it much easier to find obituaries. Online obituaries are now …

Is Your Genealogy Future Proofed?

by Thomas MacEntee | Mar 21, 2013<p>You've spent months or years researching your family history and you consider yourself a 21st century genealogist, …

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Are You Interested In Taking A DNA Test?

Have you been contemplating taking a DNA test? Right now is the perfect time to order one for yourself and maybe a few family members, 23 and Me has …

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Old Diseases & Early Medical Terms in Historical Newspapers

<b>Introduction</b><i>: Mary Harrell-Sesniak is a genealogist, author and editor with a strong technology background. In this guest blog post, Mary provides</i> …

Genealogy: Use and record what you learn

When doing family history research, a vital part of the process is evaluating the results of your inquiry and sharing your information with others.<p>I …

Online Genealogy Courses

From the publishers of Family Tree Magazine, Family Tree University is the premier site for online genealogy courses that teach you how to trace your …

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Organizing for more Productive Genealogy Efforts

I took 10 days, ten days, out of my very busy genealogy life to re-organize my personal genealogy library and research files. My home is an 8-bedroom …

10 Genealogy Blogs Worth Reading

There are hundreds, if not thousands of genealogy and family history blogs online, offering a daily or weekly dose of education, enlightenment, and …

Putting the Pieces Together With Genealogy

National Preservation Week has come to a close, and we at the studio have been inspired to leaf through our extensive archives of past projects. This …

23andMe Ancestry Composition Estimates 39.3% British and Irish 35.0% Nonspecific Northern European 17.1% French and German 02.8% Nonspecific Southern European 02.1% Scandinavian 01.5% Nonspecific European 00.8% Iberian 00.7% Ashkenazi 00.6% Italian <0.1% Unassigned

• 39.3% British and Irish<br>• 35.0% Nonspecific Northern European<br>• 17.1% French and German<br>• 02.8% Nonspecific Southern European<br>• 02.1% Scandinavian<br>• 01.5% …

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Mocavo – Dig Deep for Ancestry Knowledge

Finding your family history in the news

For those who may have hit a dead end in their family history research, newspapers can provide some resuscitation. Old editions provide insight into …

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