Revolutionary War Records for Genealogical Research

In this video we’re continuing the conversation about the Revolutionary War Records available online for your genealogy research, where to find records online. This video features the DAR, American Revolution Institute, pension applications and rosters, Papers of the War Department 1784-1800, Revolutionary War Ancestors in the Carolina’s, Loyalists and Patriots,Continue Reading

Watch it! - Your Ancestors on FamilySearch.org

Watch Your Ancestors on FamilySearch!  Ancestry.com, MyHeritage, FindMyPast, and all other users, YOU’LL WANT TO SEE THIS TOO!  In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to “watch” your ancestors and  get email notifications with this very simple, yet powerful tool on FamilySearch.org.  Whether you’re on FamilySearch or not, you’ll wantContinue Reading

Revolutionary War Records for Genealogy Research - Part 1

In this video we’re talking about the Revolutionary War Records available online for your genealogy research, where to find them on Ancestry.com, FamilySearch.org, Fold3, and the National Archives Military collection… Along with some tricks to accessing them. This is part one of a two part series. LINK TO THE HANDOUTContinue Reading

Trace Your Family Tree for Free Online

Great for Beginners! Learn how to TRACE YOUR FAMILY TREE FOR FREE with this 5 step process, plus bonus tips and a FREE eBOOK!  Are you stuck at home and looking for something fun to do? In this video, I go through the details in each step for how toContinue Reading

How to Research Your Irish Genealogy

How to Research You Irish Genealogy Learn about Irish Genealogy Research.  In this episode we explore the types of Irish records you can find and where to look for them online. This “footnotes” episode features expert and professional genealogist is Pamela Guye Holland from Massachusetts.  She works for the NewContinue Reading

Marriage Records for Family History: Where to find them on Ancestry.com & FamilySearch.org

Learn about how MARRIAGE RECORDS can help you with your genealogy. Here are tips on how this research could add to your family history story and where to look for them on Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.  Happy Valentines Day! Love it in the air… thus a video about Marriage Records. JudyContinue Reading

Which is the Best Genealogy Site? Ancestry.com vs. FamilySearch.org: Learn the Power of Using Both!

Which is the better genealogy website, Ancestry.com or FamilySearch.org? In this Genealogy TV episode, I’ve got five examples demonstrating the power of using FamilySearch.org and Ancestry.com together to amplify your family history search results. Here are the links from this episode. (Some are affiliate links) Ancestry Free Trial https://prf.hn/click/camref:1101l4aFW/creativeref:1011l28781 FamilySearchContinue Reading

In this video, I show you my five favorite ways to do genealogy research in 2020 on the totally free website FamilySearch.org, but I also show you how I use these FamilySearch tools together to maximize your results. Connie’s Method for Using FamilySearch.org First pick a primary location for yourContinue Reading

If you’re new to genealogy you may be asking yourself, how do I get started, what do I collect, where do I find this stuff, and how do I keep it all organized? Today let’s talk about the basic differences between online services and software on your computer.  Both onlineContinue Reading