Wendy Greenwood

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The Snug Is Now a Part of Real Simple

The Snug, a destination for the best of DIY projects around the web, is closing its doors—but don’t worry, you’ll still be able to get access to …

Holiday Crafts

How To Make Your Home Like a Resort

In today’s world of home channel popularity and all things fashionable, making your home magazine-perfect and envied by all isn’t such a hard or …

Opting out

<i>Not happy with the AncestryDNA deal?</i><p>The announcement came in just about a week ago, that AncestryDNA had finally begun to do what <i>The Legal …

Storage Secret Weapons

Storage is — and will continue to be — a beast many of us fight on a continual basis in our homes. No matter the size of where you live, you almost …

Compress

Signs You Might Be Addicted to Genealogy

As anyone delving into their family history will tell you, genealogy can be addictive! Check out the list below to see if you show signs of a …

Genealogy

Best Online Genealogy Tools of 2015 - Family Tree

These tools make it easier to find and organize genealogy information. Cyndi’s List Nothing fancy at this site, which has been chronicling online …

Sorting Dates in Excel for Your Genealogy Timelines

Timelines are awesome tools for genealogy. They can help us spot inconsistencies and identify gaps in our research. Spreadsheets, such as Excel, make …

Genealogy

Family History Timeline

(It's free forever)<p>Your family history timeline<p>Build your family tree and create a rich, visual timeline of your family history.<p>Add photos, people, …

101 Best Websites for Genealogy in 2015 - Family Tree

The 16th annual collection of the year's best websites in genealogy is here. Whether you're just starting out or you already have a large compilation …

The European Diaspora: European Ancestry Worldwide

<i>Map created by Nagihuin via Wikimedia</i><p>The map above shows the percentage of each country’s population that has some claim to European ancestry. Taken …

Finally! A Super Easy, Visual Way to Organize Your Genealogy Data

One of the most important things a family historian can do is get organized. It makes research easier in the short term, and you’ll thank yourself …

Evernote

20 Best Sites for Free Online Historical Newspaper Research

This website has been tracking online historical newspaper research sites for several years. There are millions and millions of pages that have been …

Genealogy

Save Water in Your Garden with Smart Plant Groupings

When deciding where to place your plants, consider not only their sun and soil needs, but how thirsty they are. Group them accordingly and you’ll …

Water

Brindled hat : Knitty.com - Deep Fall 2014

DIRECTIONS<p>Using smaller needles and MC held double, cast on 100[120, 140] sts. Place marker and join in the round, being careful not to twist …

FindMyPast: 5 million Yorkshire and POW records

<i>NOTE from DearMYRTLE: The following was received from our friends at www.FindMyPast.com. Please address all inquires to that site.</i><b><br>Phase 2 of the</b> …

Genealogy

Old and New Ancestry.com Subscription packages

It appears that Ancestry.com has different plans depending upon whether you are a new subscriber or upgrading a current account. This isn't unusual - …

Online Indexes for Birth and Marriage Records (USA) - Latest Additions and Updates

Links to the items listed below were recently added to: Online Birth and Marriage Records Indexes or its supplementary state webpages.<p>Alabama<br>- …

Helping you trace your Scottish family tree

Enter the forename(s) in the first box, and the surname in the second box.<p>Remember that spellings in historical records can vary widely, so use …

Genealogy Gems Book Club: The Lost Ancestor

<b>Dallas, Texas, - April 20, 2015</b>: <i>Lisa Louise Cooke’s Genealogy Gems</i> is pleased to announce the newest featured title in the <b>FREE Genealogy Gems Book</b> …

Genealogy

DID YOUR COLONIAL MASSACHUSETTS ANCESTORS HAVE "NEGRO SERVANTS'?

The recent news stories about Ben Affleck asking that his slave owning ancestors not be a<br>part of his Finding Your Roots episode has stirred up a bit …

Genea-Therapy: Down the Mulford Rabbit Trail Today

I got home from the dentist's office today at 12 noon with my mouth half numb after a "deep cleaning and root planing" - if you can avoid this …

Family History Library: Crushed by a Waterfall of Knowledge

I recently took my first trip to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.<p>I have wanted to make that trip for so long, and I finally got a chance …

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Tuesday's Tip - New York County Marriages, 1847-1848 and 1908-1936 on FamilySearch

This week's <b>Tuesday's Tip is: Check out New York County Marriages, 1847-1848, 1908-1936 on FamilySearch.</b><p>This New York County Marriage collection is …

Expanding your view of the puzzle of genealogy to the entire picture

The availability of some types of genealogical records, by itself, often dictates where an ancestral investigation begins. Most casual or undirected …

8 More Vital Record Alternatives - Vita Brevis

Yesterday I wrote about substitute records that can be used to locate elusive modern vital records. These alternative records can be especially …

4 Tips for Genealogy Research with Historical Newspapers

<b>Introduction</b><i>: Gena Philibert-Ortega is a genealogist and author of the book “From the Family Kitchen.” In this blog article, Gena provides four tips,</i> …

Genealogy

Switching my 23andMe Family Tree to MyHeritage

<b>I received an email recently telling me that I would no longer be able to edit my 23andMe family tree after May 1, unless I transferred it to</b> …

Genealogy