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 Genealogy
Your comments and questions are answered by Ancestry’s own Corporate Genealogist, Crista Cowan. 📺 AncestryDNA Communities Update: June 2021 – https://youtu.be/jwFIw2CtgBk 📺 Ancestry New Features May 2021 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QpJr1w6g-Kc 📺 Ancestry StoryScout June 2020 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2gq81k4dmQ I took some of your comments from the May 2021 Ancestry Updates and presented
If you are not familiar with the free family history resources at WikiTree.com, you should be. WikiTree is a website made for all genealogists to explore their family history, contribute to family preservation, and where you can add your family tree to the world collaborative tree at WikiTree. Several great
Learn how to take the next steps when using AncestryDNA Cousin Matches. This episode picks up where the previous cousin match episode, from a few weeks ago, left off. Now take your DNA cousin matches to the next level in combination with traditional genealogical research. Here we use a real
The last two episodes on Genealogy TV “AncestryDNA Cousin Matches” and “Upload to FindMyPast” had a huge response in viewers. As such, there were several questions and comments. In this video I answer some of the questions and comments from recent episodes about AncestryDNA.com and FindMyPast.com.
Learn how to use AncestryDNA Shared Matches to Solve Genealogy Research Questions. This technique is good for any just about research question, but is especially beneficial for those trying to find a missing line in their tree, missing parents, or adoptees seeking their biological families, etc. The best use of
This “footnotes” episode is an interview with Dr. Eurie Hong, Vice President of Genomics at Ancestry. This video explores how Ancestry is asking it’s DNA customers to answer a survey to help provide DNA data that might help contribute to solving the Covid 19 Pandemic. With the largest family history