I saw a notice about this in Nu? What’s New? It’s the “The E-zine of Jewish Genealogy From Avotaynu.” A long-time friend, Gary Mokotoff, is editor of this e-zine. Minnesota has many areas with large Jewish populations. I grew up in such an area, the Highland Park area of Saint Paul. Complex Genealogical Research in […]
“Learn about online personnel and payroll records, indexes, books, railroad employee and union magazine indexes, inventories of railroad records, indexes of insurance claims, identified photographs of people, trains, and stations, architectural drawings, and links to other free websites and finding aids. Some of these lists give a person’s name, birth date and place, railroad jobs […]
My ancestry is truly a mixture of immigrants. My ancestors came to the U.S. from eight (8!) other countries. I am so honored to be their descendant. They came to the United States from: Canada Denmark England France Germany Ireland Scotland Sweden DNA testing has shown that some of their ancestors had roots from other […]
2018 Spring Virtual Conference from Family Tree University: Get the Skills to Break Down Your Brick Walls “With 15 presentations, a live keynote and Q&As, this 3-day virtual conference is designed to help you maximize your research time. By the end of those 3 days, you’ll be ready to combine new skills and resources to […]
News from Findmypast and Twile “Creators of the visual family history timeline and winner of two RootsTech innovation awards, Twile have joined the Findmypast family. And we’re just a little bit excited to finally be able to announce the good news! This acquisition reflects our drive to innovate and enhance the family history experience by […]
MyHeritage “announced today the launch of a new pro bono initiative, DNA Quest, to help adoptees and their birth families reunite through genetic testing. As part of this initiative, MyHeritage will provide 15,000 MyHeritage DNA kits, worth more than one million dollars, for free, with free shipping, to eligible participants. Participation is open to adoptees […]
That’s it – just one day left. Actually, less than a full day till online registration begins for each of the three weeks of education near Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and Buffalo, New York. Read my February 11th blog post below for more details, especially on the intermediate level genealogy course I coordinate. It’s a great way […]
From now through February 15, all MyHeritage marriage records will be available for free, no data subscription is required. Click here to begin your free search! p.s. I found a couple marriages I didn’t already have noted!
See the previous post for details and links!
Three (3) days from now is Valentines’s Day. MORE IMPORTANTLY, it’s the opening day of registration for this summer’s three (3 ) weeks of genealogical educations. This summer, the Genealogical Research Institute of Genealogy is offering an extra week and an extra location. June 24-29, 2018: 8 courses at LaRoche College in Pittsburgh July 22-27, […]