This week’s genealogy video round-up features an explanation of what DNA painting is and how to use it in your genealogy research. Additional videos include tips on how to best utilize the 1860 US Census and solving a tough genealogy case. Let’s get started.
Genealogy Research Videos
Becoming a better researcher begins with knowing what you don’t know. This week’s genealogy video round-up helps you overcome that hurdle! Beginners and intermediate researchers will appreciate these new releases.
- 1860 US Federal Census | Genealogy Clues to Grow Your Family Tree – Boundless Genealogy
- Ancestry.com: Merging Duplicate People – GenealogyTV
- Getting the Most from FamilySearch Family Tree: Understanding Tree Views – BYU Family History Library
- How I found an ancestor’s photograph – Amie Bowser Tennant (new channel)
- Mortality Schedules – Day 17 of 31 Days of Uncommon Genealogy Tips – Lisa Lisson
- Presenting Analysis and Correlation in an ICAPGen Level 1 Report – ICAPGEN
- Solving a Genealogical Problem: Finding Uncle Sephus – Thom Reed
- What’s Your Story? – Auntie Jen’s Two Cents
- Where to Begin Your Family History Research: Part II – Kindred Genealogy
Everyone must know all there is to know about genetic genealogy as few new videos on the subject have hit the YouTube feed. However, Andy has two great videos for you to view.
First up is the one explaining how DNA painting works and how to use it in your genealogy.
This next video discusses the problem of having so many DNA matches with small cM segments. Are they true matches? Andy explains.
When we add historical context to our research, we understand our relatives better and know more about the things in our home. These two historically related videos accomplish those goals.
- The Allied Occupation of Germany After The Treaty of Versailles – THE GREAT WAR
- Genealogical Research – Antiques with Gary Stover
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