Genealogy Video Round Up – 19 April 2019

Video RoundUp 04192019

Need help busting through brick walls? Wonder how to begin researching Scottish or Polish Ancestors? Are you confused about how many genetic ancestors you’re reliably related to? These questions and more are discovered in this weeks collection of genealogy videos on YouTube. Check them out!

Genealogy Research Tips:

Several YouTube channels released great videos this week on how to overcome research challenges.

Busting through brick walls and writing a research report!?! Check out this video and see how the two are combined.

Additional genealogy research tip videos:

Genetic Genealogy

It seems few folks can get enough education about genetic genealogy. Here are two releases that relate to genetic genealogy.

Country Specific Research Tips:

If you’re not familiar with a specific region, the following videos can help you get started in those areas:

Additional Research Tip Videos:

History Related Videos

Genealogy without historical context is shallow. These videos were fun to watch to gain perspective.

What did your sailors eat?

Additional Research Tip Videos:

Videos focused on writing and publishing

Genealogy without historical context is shallow. These videos were fun to watch to gain perspective.

Fun Genealogy Video Finds

This is a mix of fun videos that don’t quite fit into any specific category. They include a RootsTech 2020 promotional video, MyHeritage’s involvement with Eurovision, and an interview with folks from Relative Race. While we’re at it, why not have a little fun with Harry Potter’s family tree?

Interviewing Joe and Jerica from Relative Race

“In today’s video we are going to climb the black family tree and take a look at its history starting with the oldest recorded members”

What videos on history, writing, or genealogy did I miss this week? Let me know in the comments.

Devon Noel Lee

Devon Noel Lee

Devon Noel Lee is passionate about capturing and preserving family stories so no one alive today has to be researched, or forgotten, tomorrow. She has authored 6 how-to books, a memoir, two published family history biographies, and over 60 family scrapbooks. She's an enthusiastic speaker who energizes, encourages, and educates at the same time.

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