Genealogy TV U.S. State Archves

Learn about the U.S. State Archives Digital Collections that are available for free genealogy research online. This episode has tips for genealogists researching the state archives in the areas you are researching. The best part about state archives is you can research your family history for free on their websites.Continue Reading

In this episode I’m answering your genealogy questions about the 1950 Census “not at home” line, several questions about the new AncestryDNA SideView feature (were they are showing your DNA ethnicity results split by Parent 1 and Parent 2), and some good genealogy research tips shared by viewers of GenealogyContinue Reading

Ancestry has created a new mobile photo scanning app where you can scan one or many images, crop, and upload to your Ancestry account with one click.  This you’ve got to see. This is great for scanning many images in a scrapbook… with ONE CLICK.  It’s pretty cool. Click theContinue Reading

Learn how to search the 1950 U.S. Census by name, before it is indexed. Here we will use the National Archives and Records Administration AI search along with finding the same images on Ancestry and FamilySearch.Continue Reading

Ancestry has a new DNA feature that shows you how your DNA ethnicity is split between your father and mother’s side. This is the start of something huge, I can’t wait for you to see this VIDEO.Continue Reading

Extracting Census Data to Excel : Tiny Tip Clip

NEW TODAY! Learn how to break down genealogical brick walls by extracting data from census records to find additional families in the community where your ancestors lived.  This is demonstrated on Ancestry but can be used on FamilySearch and MyHeritage.  This is a clip from the original episode was #1Continue Reading