Being a genealogist requires a lot of learning – what records exist and where they are squirreled away, what certain… Read more Genealogical Webinars and Staying Sane during the Pandemic
Four genealogy things to do during a Pandemic
Sorry for not posting for a bit, but this pandemic is making it hard for me to focus on anything… Read more Four genealogy things to do during a Pandemic
Walking Among The Dead
Bored with social distancing? Need out of the house? How about taking a walk through the local cemetery, recording gravestones… Read more Walking Among The Dead
RootsTech – So Many Goodies!
A trip to the Expo Hall at RootsTech never fails to inspire some purchases. For next year, I must remember… Read more RootsTech – So Many Goodies!
RootsTech – The AfterEffects
I returned from RootsTech a week ago, and I’ll be posting some of my impressions of the experience over the… Read more RootsTech – The AfterEffects
RootsTech – Oh, The Things I Learned
Last year, I came away from RootsTech with my eyes alight about all things DNA, especially clustering. This year, the… Read more RootsTech – Oh, The Things I Learned
This week I joined the Scottish DNA group on Facebook. They have a very cool “Matchbox” tool, which lets you… Read more Scottish DNA
52 Ancestors: Week 16 Out of Place
I’ve been mostly focusing on my father’s maternal line of late. They lived in Kincardine county in Scotland (near Aberdeen). … Read more 52 Ancestors: Week 16 Out of Place
52 Ancestors: Week 15 DNA
My adopted daughter’s biological mother had named one man as her father at birth, but a later paternity test showed… Read more 52 Ancestors: Week 15 DNA