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A Summer of DNA Conference – Dianah Southard, Kitty Cooper and More

I’ll admit, DNA confused me. Even though my husband recently found my biological 2nd great-grandfather and we have a YouTube Channel with 40+ videos about DNA, I still don’t understand it as well as I should. I have questions like these: How to use AncestryDNA tools now that I have taken a test (and sweet […]

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5 Tips For Enjoying Your Next Virtual Genealogy Conference

Video is king, as we’re discovering on our YouTube channel. But video learning has a culture and challenges that must be understood so we can have a positive experience in the online webinars and conferences we will attend. I’ve included five tips that will help you to participate in a virtual conference, especially one organized […]

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Cemetery Photography and Research Webinar Available

Graveyards have rich genealogical details waiting to be unearthed. The Cemetery Research Boot Camp Digital Download is perfect for those looking to improve the photographs they take when they visit cemeteries and how to solve mysteries they discover lying in their family plots. During 3 hours of recorded webinars, Devon Noel Lee shares photography tips […]

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Learn How to Explore Catholic Church Records for Genealogy

For many localities, civil registrations of birth, marriage, and death are a modern convention with records beginning around in the early 1800s, if you are lucky. However, many church record collections of baptism, marriage, and funeral rites trace ancestors back many centuries. The Catholic Church began keeping these records at different time periods, but in […]

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Can Loose Records Reveal Your Family History?

Are you looking for records that can add meat to the bones of your genealogical research? Are you only searching online for sources that can expand your ancestor’s story and timeline? Well, if you are, you’re missing out on a hidden gem in an archive near you. Melissa Barker is an archivist with a genealogist’s […]

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What can you find in Post Office Records?

Birth, marriage, and death records, oh my! After you scour the vital records, you moved on to the census records. Then what? Well, Diane L Richards has three quiz-type questions to ask yourself about the Post Office. Did you know that the 1800s post offices managed newspaper and magazine subscriptions? Did you know that individuals […]

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Scrapbooking

On-Demand Power Scrapbooking Webinars Available

Every year, you take photos by the thousands and rarely do anything more than storing them on the computer. For decades, scrapbooking has been the solution to the picture accumulation problem, but it has also been a curse. Scrapbooking is too crafty or too time-consuming. It doesn’t have to be that way. During the Power […]

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RootsTech2018

Introducing 5 On-Demand Genealogy Lectures from FHF!

Following the success of Andy’s DNA After the Test eWorkshop, we’re pleased to release five on-demand lectures from Family History Fanatics. Follow the links (that are the webinar titles) to the Vimeo Store. 1.  Blogging Your Family History Blogs are a great way to share your family legends and discoveries with your extended family. You might […]

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Justice of the Peace… More Than a Marriage Officator

Did you ancestor have a legal name change, was tried for misdemeanors, work as an indenture, break the Sabbath or marry outside of a church? If so, you should be investigating Justice of the Peace records.   Wait. What? Yes. Justice of the Peace records handle many small transactions in the lives of our ancestors, […]

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Dig into the Cemeteries – Boot Camp on October 14th!

The day after Friday the Thirteenth, we’ll recover from the superstition and start digging into cemetery photography and a mystery of why two unrelated men were buried in the same plot. Cemeteries are beautiful places to document our ancestor’s lives. However, people often take less than stellar photos from when visiting graveyards. We’ll talk about […]

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