In this week’s genealogy and history video roundup, we discover three tips for finding family photos when we didn’t inherit any, discover why small families negatively impact DNA discoveries and why Northern Ireland doesn’t have an official flag. All this and more, check it out.
Finding photos, getting around a brick wall, recognizing your ancestors are lying, and more!
- Chinese Genealogy Research w/o Having to Know Chinese – aaaricuny
- How To Use Ancestry.com’s Card Catalog – Lisa Lisson
- Interviewing Your Relatives – Grace for a Gypsy
- The Alliance Colony – Ecoff Family and Dudis Family Property Deed – GeneaVlogger
- Searching Ancestry.com with Wildcards to get NEW results! – DNA Family Trees
- You’re In The Way! – Auntie Jen’s Two Cents
- Your Ancestors are Lying to You – Genealogy Technology
Genetic Genealogy Videos
- Ancestry Thrulines™ Q&A with Crista Cowan – GenealogyTV
For all of our family history writers, check out this book about marketing your self-published book.
Music plays an important part of our relatives (and our lives). Just for fun, we often add lyrics to our writing projects. A fan recently told us how she added “Boogie, Woogie Bugle Boy” to a scene where her mother was trying to get assistance from a government office and this song was playing.
When we saw this compilation video, Devon got to thinking, what other music should we add to give flavor to our personal and family history projects?
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