Teresa Sanofsky

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How I organize my genealogy

Part 3: How to Blog Your Family History - Genealogy Made Easy

Probate Records with Genealogy Expert Jana Broglin

Genealogy Gems: Family History Expert Curt Witcher at RootsTech

The New FamilyTech FamilySearch Genealogy Website with James Tanner

Part 1 Google for Genealogy and Family History RootsTech Interview

Part 2 Using Google for Genealogy and Family History RootsTech Interview

Life After iGoogle - How to Convert Your Genealogy Homepage

Learn How to Use Your iPad or Tablet for Genealogy and Family History

How FamilySearch and OCLC (WorldCat) are Boosting Genealogy Records Access

Simple Springtime Dishes

Best of the Genea-Blogs - 16 to 22 June 2013

Hundreds of genealogy and family history bloggers write thousands of posts every week about their research, their families, and their interests. I …

Ancestry.com new Story View

Various sources are reporting that Ancestry.com is testing a new feature for member trees called “Story View.” According to Jordan Novet of GigaOM, …

Are you a Metes and Bounds Person?

Observing many conversations on the boards lately, brought to mind again this topic.<p>When you give directions is it in Metes and Bounds format or …

Putting Citations on Documents

<b>Ricky asks:<br>”What I was thinking was saving an image of a census page or obituary or whatever, and somehow edit the photo to include the citation at</b> …

Mandatory Reading for all those using FamilySearch Family Tree

Sometimes I feel blind, deaf and dumb (even more than I am normally). This last week was the National Genealogical Society Conference in Las Vegas, …

Searching for Genealogy - What works and what doesn't

Genealogists who are actively doing research, spend considerable time searching for information. Obviously, as technology and the Internet have …

Using Timelines in Genealogical Research

<b>By Chuck Livermore</b><p>If you have never used timelines in your genealogy research, you may be neglecting a useful tool. Timelines may reveal periods that …

Should genealogists edit photographs?

The question in the title to this post is not rhetorical. It has an answer. There is a significant movement in parts of the genealogical community …

Recipes, DIY, Home Decor & Crafts

RootsTech: Ancestry.com Search Tools

I have to apologize to Anne Mitchell, presenter from Ancestry.com. Every conference my article on her presentation is, well, wanting. It’s no fault …

Sanborn Insurance Maps - an overlooked genealogical resource

The Sanborn Company began making fire insurance maps in 1867 when founded by Daniel Alfred Sanborn, a surveyor from Somerville, Massachusetts. From …

Great Charts at TreeSeek - UPDATED (oops, still uses new.FamilySearch data)

One of the reasons I want to add my data to the FamilySearch Family Tree is to be able to create the absolutely beautiful family tree fan chart that …