Episode 203

Episode 203

The Genealogy Gems Podcast with Lisa Louise Cooke Episode #203 This episode features a special interview with renowned Canadian expert Dave Obee. He shares his favorite tips on researching the Canadian census?his insights are fascinating whether you have Canadian...

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Family Tree DNA Ethnicity Report Gets an Update

Family Tree DNA Ethnicity Report Gets an Update

The Family Tree DNA ethnicity report has been updated, and this means more details about ethnic and geographic origins for both autosomal and mtDNA DNA testers. Family Tree DNA recently announced a round of updates to myOrigins, its mapping tool for ethnic and...

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Old Cookbooks Are Among New Online Record Collections

Old Cookbooks Are Among New Online Record Collections

Old cookbooks are among new recent online records collections. So are British newspapers, British Columbia estate files, New Zealand WWII appointments, UK Parliamentary returns, UK military indexes, US newspapers (Arkansas, Kansas, and New York) and church records for...

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Genealogy Gems Episode 202 – Free Episode

Genealogy Gems Episode 202 – Free Episode

The Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 202 Lisa Louise Cooke Highlights of this episode include: AncestryDNA's new Genetic Communities: An Interview with Catherine Ball, Ancestry's Chief Scientific Officer; Meet contestant Joe Greer from Relative Race, the genealogy...

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The Touching Stories our Heirlooms Hold

The Touching Stories our Heirlooms Hold

Some of us are using heirloom research for genealogy. A new exhibit traces the history of interesting heirlooms using genealogical research strategies. Be inspired by these examples and tips to research heirlooms and more fully discover their stories. A new exhibit...

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Free WWI App from the National Archives

Free WWI App from the National Archives

The National Archives is marking the World War I Centennial with a new app, as well as programs and exhibits. Here's the scoop from their press release: The United States declared war on April 6, 1917 Washington, DC – The National Archives marks today’s World War I...

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April 8, 1913…Who Inspires You?

April 8, 1913…Who Inspires You?

When I got up this morning, my mind was on getting up and out the door to my grandson Davy's baseball game. But I couldn't help but entertain this nagging feeling that there was something else special about this day. In the car after the game, wind-swept  and with a...

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