We discovered a few new genealogy YouTube channels. We’ve also corralled your favorite family history channel releases in one post. Grab your favorite treat and enjoy the learning!!!
Genetic genealogy takes quite a while to understand. Thankfully there are new videos every week to help us on our DNA discovery journey.
- How to link someone to your tree in FTDNA – DNA Family Trees
- Tools for effective use of your DNA – Maurice Gleeson
- My thoughts on Ancestry.com’s DNA ThruLines beta – Five-minute genealogy
Genealogy Research Tips:
Your favorite genealogy channels have released research tip videos, and so has a Florida Library. There’s also a new channel by Martin Roe Eidhammer. Check it out!
- How to work around the 1890 census! – DNA Family Trees
- Family History Clues in a Will – Boundless Genealogy
- 5 Ways to Improve Your Research – Kentucky Tennessee Research Associates
- Google Books for Family History – GenealogyTV
- One Research in the FamilySearch Family Tree – James Tanner
- Intro to the blog Norwegian Genealogy and then some – Martin Roe Eidhammer
- How to Add a Sibling on FamilySearch when you don’t know the Parents – Family History HELP by Carol Hill
- Map your Family History with RootsMagic – GenealogyReviews
Webinar and Seminar Replays
- 5 things to NEVER throw out – The Archive Lady
- Victor Chapa – StoryCorps: Preserving Oral Histories – Dallas Genealogical Society
Our miscellaneous round up talks about GEDCOM X, how to create family history videos, and how the medical field uses family history.
- GenFriends-Heros and Heroines (Review of Episode 9 & 10 of Finding Your Roots)
- Interviews – Alec Ferretti of Reclaim the Records – GeneaVlogger
- May 2019 Edition | What’s New at Ancestry
- The History and Evolution of Modern Genealogy – Genealogist to the World
- How Genetic Counselors Use Family History
- How to create your own free Interactive My Family History Tree
- Editing Tips to Making a Memorable Family Video with PowerDirector Mobile App – CyberLinkChannel
That’s a wrap.