Ancestry.com: Hint Trick

NEW – Learn more about the new hint features released in July 2019 on Ancestry.com and some tricks I’ve discovered to work through your family history records and evidence. This will also help you withContinue Reading

French-Canadian Genealogy

Learn about French-Canadian Genealogy and how to research it from professional genealogist Margaret R. Fortier, CG® in this new “footnotes” episode Genealogy TVs YouTube channel.  Margaret shares a ton of resources, history of the area,Continue Reading

Correlation of Evidence in Genealogy

In this video learn how to map out the facts from all of your genealogical evidence in an easy to read way so that you can prove or disprove your family history hypothesis. This helpsContinue Reading

Thrulines Q&A with Crista Cowan

In this “footnotes” episode I went straight to the source and interviewed Crista Cowan of Ancestry fame, to help get answers about Ancestry’s new ThruLines™. These are the questions that viewers asked from previous episodesContinue Reading

1950 Census Enumerator

This is an excerpt from the U.S. Census Bureau… ” According to the “72-Year Rule,” the National Archives releases census records to the general public 72 years after Census Day. As a result, the 1930 census records were released April 1, 2002,Continue Reading

Research with Purpose and Location First

https://youtu.be/ljBFbcA-FpQ Research with Purpose and Location First! When you’re researching your family history, are you researching by your ancestors name first?  Consider researching by location first. In this episode I explain some of the advantagesContinue Reading