- Locate My Name – a Distribution of Names Across Regions
- Lancashire joins Findmypast’s collection of UK parish records
- Findmypast and Living DNA Announce a Partnership
- Korean War 65th Anniversary Commemoration aboard USS Hornet Sea, Air & Space Museum
- U.S. Census Bureau Needs Hundreds of Thousands of Workers
- Caribou (Maine) Library Has Archives Dating Back to the Late 19th Century
- US Census Bureau Director Nominated
- U.S. Census Should Be More Transparent About Cyber Protections, Former Officials Say
- How Can Siblings Have DNA Showing Different Ethnicity Estimates?
- Saving Aberdeen’s History turns up Gems, Mysteries
- Pioneer History and Discovering Your Pioneer Heritage
- Three Things the Oregon Trail Game Didn’t Teach You about the Pioneers
- Who Were the Pioneers?
- The Westward Expansion and American Pioneers—How It Affects Your Family History
- Don’t miss the 2018 BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy
- When Did New York Immigration Start at Ellis Island?
- Castle Garden: Immigration Before Ellis Island
- New Records on FamilySearch: End of June 2018
- Using Multiple Screens in the FamilySearch Family Tree App
- The Significance of Poppies in WWI
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The Connetquot Public Library is an affiliate of FamilySearch.org. Now researchers at our library will have access to more than two billion digitized records, including 400 million images that are not currently available to the public outside an affiliate library. … Continue reading
In honor of Independence Day, the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society is providing a free 30-minute recorded webinar that can be watched on-demand by anyone. In the webinar NYG&B President D. Joshua Taylor discusses valuable resources available on the DAR (Daughters … Continue reading
Tom Riley spoke last night about the Orphan Train which was a supervised welfare program that transported orphaned and homeless children from crowded eastern cities of the United States to foster homes in rural areas of the Midwest. During Mr. Riley’s lecture there was a … Continue reading
By using Google Books recently, I was able to assist someone in finding information on his ancestor. I am a big fan of Google Books and its advanced search engine, so I am happy to share this tip with anyone … Continue reading
Join us this Wednesday, May 9 at 7:00 pm when “The Legal Genealogist” Judy Russell will speak on the topic of conflicting evidence and how to resolve it. This program is free and open to all.
Since yesterday (April 25) was National DNA Day, I thought it would be a good time to share some questions that some family researchers have asked me about genealogy and DNA. 1. My siblings and I are going to have … Continue reading
Join us for our next genealogy program on Wednesday, April 11 at 7:00 pm. This program is free and open to all.
Join us for our next genealogy program on Wednesday, March 28 at 7:00 pm. This program is free and open to all.
FindMyPast (a subscription database) has just announced that they have added to their collection the New York Roman Catholic parish records. You can find more information about this new collection by going to the FindMyPast blog post https://blog.findmypast.com/findmypast-friday-2541664179.html There is also … Continue reading