I am behind in scanning old photos. This past week I added a few and then tried MyHeritiage’s new PhotoDater™. I am not experienced in dating old photos so this helped narrow down some dates and that gave me some new parameters to search. Try it! Read more on the MyHeritage Blog.
A few days ago, MyHeritage announced an update to its Theory of Family Relativity™ which “is a groundbreaking feature that can save you hours of work trying to understand your connection to your DNA Matches. It harnesses billions of data points across MyHeritage’s huge database of family trees and historical records to provide you with […]
I did some searching in German, Scottish, and Swedish records. Some interesting things, but not for my families. Seems to be my recurring theme.
An announcement from MyHeritage at RootsTech is special for adoptees and family members searching for their connections. In his announcement, Daniel Horowitz states that he was proud of the “company’s commitment to make the world a better place. In that spirit, it gives me great pleasure to tell you that we have just launched a […]
MyHeritage’s press release and blog shared that all the website’s marriage records are open for free access. “Valentine’s Day is a celebration of love, and what better time could there be to explore the love stories of your ancestors? For a limited time only, we’re offering free access to all marriage records on MyHeritage! The […]
This past week, MyHeritage published a big new collection that will help researchers with connections to Israel. It covers immigration to Israel form 1910 forward totaling 1.7 million records. Don’t read Hebrew? You are in luck with name translation. Read more details on the MyHeritage Blog and website. From MyHeritage: “This collection is one of […]
I was thinking about Christmas or Hanukkah gift ideas for family historians. What a change from even two to three decades ago. A box of blank CDs, a roll of film for a camera, or a few blank cassette tapes were great gifts. A paper gift certificate for membership in a genealogical or historical society […]
I have resisted the first new item. I’ve been working a lot of hours the last couple of weeks with the proverbial nose to the grindstone. Maybe next week will have some time for checking the 269 million family tree profile records from Filae to MyHeritage. My French roots via my French-Candians are making my […]
My Great Great Grandfather was known to me as Samuel Dow. I never met him, but I need his answers to so many questions. One of his daughters, Violet Dow, married John Thomas Cook and they resided in a few places in Minnesota and North Dakota, ending up in Saint Paul. Research was daunting as […]
New release from Daniel Horowitz at MyHeritage: “I wanted to make sure you know about the DNA Flash Sale happening right now in the U.S. Now through July 18, MyHeritage DNA kits are only $59! Please share this with friends and followers, and invite them to take advantage of this great deal directly on www.MyHeritageDNA.com.” […]