Genetic Traits at Ancestry DNA

Genetic Traits at Ancestry DNA

Get a new perspective on your DNA results with AncestryDNA's new Genetic Traits feature. For just $10, you can discover how traits run in your family and might even come from ethnic origins, with no additional DNA test needed. It's a deeper look into what makes you...

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Recalibrating DNA Ethnicity Estimates

Recalibrating DNA Ethnicity Estimates

Genealogy testing companies have been hard at work recalibrating your ethnicity calculations based on new and better data. Here's the latest from Your DNA Guide Diahan Southard.  Family History DNA Pie Charts and Percentages Remember that the pretty pie charts and...

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Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 223

Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 223

Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 223 Download the show notes PDF Download the episode here       Bit Players in Someone Else’s Show If you happen to catch an old episode of the TV Series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, you may be surprised to spot Ben Affleck...

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New MyHeritage DNA Feature: Shared Ancestral Places

New MyHeritage DNA Feature: Shared Ancestral Places

A brand new DNA test feature has just been launched at MyHeritage: the display of Shared Ancestral Places. This intriguing feature will arm you with more information to identify common ancestors and unlock mysteries in your family tree. Learn more about using this new...

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Massive Italian Records Collection Announced

Massive Italian Records Collection Announced

A major announcement from FamilySearch this week, launching the release of over 150 million Italian historical genealogical records online. Search now and learn about how you can help index. Also new this week: the 1901 Ireland Census, a beautiful image collection for...

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New Genealogy Records Online: WWI U.S. Records & More

New Genealogy Records Online: WWI U.S. Records & More

Three new WWI U.S. records collections are available online now for free at FamilySearch! You'll find census records for nurses in Connecticut, as well as Delaware servicemen records and navy card rosters for Florida. Also new this week are military and census records...

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Live Streaming Announced for MyHeritage LIVE!

Live Streaming Announced for MyHeritage LIVE!

MyHeritage is hosting MyHeritage Live! on November 2-4, 2018 in Oslo Norway. This first-ever user conference will feature keynote talks from Founder and CEO Gilad Japhet, and presentations from industry experts including Lisa Louise Cooke. If you aren't...

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Episode 222 – The Free Genealogy Gems Podcast

Episode 222 – The Free Genealogy Gems Podcast

The Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode #222 with Lisa Louise Cooke Download this episode (mp3) In honor of Family History Month, Lisa celebrates YOU! This episode is packed with comments, tips and questions from Genealogy Gems fans. Topics range from podcasting to metal...

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Native American Census Rolls Online & More

Native American Census Rolls Online & More

Enjoy brand new records online this week starting with a new collection of Native American Census Rolls at FamilySearch! Also new are civil registrations for France, half a million new records for Kent County, England, and a new digital archive of Japanese American...

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New US Navy Records and More!

New US Navy Records and More!

U.S. Naval correspondence letters top the list this week of new genealogy collections available online. Fold3 has two brand new collections of fascinating letters that could be a wonderful resource for anyone searching for their ancestors serving in the Navy. Also...

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7 Steps for Preserving Old Photo Albums and Scrapbooks

7 Steps for Preserving Old Photo Albums and Scrapbooks

Preserving old albums means figuring out what to do with everything inside. What if items are dirty or mildewed? How can you safely store related memorabilia? The Archive Lady Melissa Barker tackles these common and important questions. Recently Donna wrote in to tell...

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Millions of Obituaries from Around the World

Millions of Obituaries from Around the World

Obituaries and death indexes feature prominently in recently-updated collections at Ancestry.com. These collections take us around the world: from Australia to the U.S., Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, then to Germany and The Netherlands.Featured:...

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