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I received the following press release earlier today from Family Tree DNA. Family Tree DNA is pleased to announce a partnership with Geni, a division of MyHeritage and home of the collaborative World Family Tree. This optional new feature offers seamless...
The following was received from Amanda Tantisalidchai at Geni.com: Major new features launched to help Geni.com users enrich the World Family Tree and discover unknown relatives Los Angeles, USA – April 23 2013: Geni.com, the leader in collaborative...
In this episode we cover the latest news from RootsTech 2012, my video interview with Nick Barratt, and an in depth look at Find A Grave with the website's creator, Jim Tipton. NEWS: Watch the recording of my presentation Genealogy Podcasts...
Spring is here, and Inside History, Australia’s award winning magazine for Australian history and genealogy have just released their Spring issue (issue 36). As always this magazine is jam-packed with quality articles. In the Spring issue (issue 36...
I refuse to post the offending photo one more time. I have a rather prominent ancestor, at least among the members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His name is John Tanner (b. 1778, d. 1850). As ancestors go, he is likely one of the...
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