Historical Family Photos Shared easily with Google Photos

In our latest podcast episode, #47, we talk about creating a shared Google Photo file where you can upload your historical family photos and share them with other family members who can also upload photos to the same file. There are a few wonderful things about this project one being that you can download and … Continue reading Historical Family Photos Shared easily with Google Photos

ANCESTRY CONTINUES TO IMPROVE ANALYSES TOOLS

THRULINES™ TO REPLACE DNA CIRCLES, JULY 1 Ancestry will retire DNA Circles on July 1 replacing Circles with Thrulines™. Thrulines offers a more complete overview for kinship analysis between members and their DNA matches. Members can now see how many DNA matches they have from each ancestral grandparent, through each branch, or line, stemming from … Continue reading ANCESTRY CONTINUES TO IMPROVE ANALYSES TOOLS

An Interview with author Nathan Dylan Goodwin

In our recent podcast, Episode #37, we had the pleasure of interviewing author Nathan Dylan Goodwin. Nathan writes our favorite genealogy mystery novels, the Forensic Genealogist series featuring Morton Ferrier. We had such fun learning how Nathan comes up with ideas and does the research for his books. We go a little insight to his … Continue reading An Interview with author Nathan Dylan Goodwin

An Interview with Kenyatta D. Berry

In episode #36, we had the pleasure of interviewing Kenyatta D. Berry about her new book, The Family Tree Toolkit, a Comprehensive Guide to Uncovering Your Ancestry and Researching Genealogy. Kenyatta was in Tampa for a few TV tapings and a visit to our local genealogical society and was gracious enough to spend some time with … Continue reading An Interview with Kenyatta D. Berry

WHAT TO DO WITH RESEARCH RESULTS

  Every genealogist loves the pursuit of evidence. We happily spend hours checking court records, walking a cemetery and reviewing source materials in a library, however not many genealogists enjoy the hours spent writing reports, cataloging documents, citing sources and storing that evidence. Let’s be honest, most of us have at least one pile of … Continue reading WHAT TO DO WITH RESEARCH RESULTS