How to find your early Virginia ancestors with pro genealogists Jeri Satterwhite-Dearing. We discuss the biggest challenges you’ll face when researching early Virginian ancestors, the records you should be looking for, and some of the [More]
Learn from professional genealogist Aimee Cross her strategies for researching pre-1850 ancestors. As you may know, census records prior to 1850 only show the head of household. So how do you research your genealogy before [More]
Learn the 7 things I wish I knew when I started my family history. We’re talking about Ancestry trees, family trees online websites, getting organized, research notes, talking with family, finding genealogy records, hidden clues, [More]
How to get back into genealogy research after a break. This genealogy audit will help you avoid genealogy mistakes. How to find your Ancestry search history. 👇🖱 Click SHOW MORE to get all the details [More]
Researching genealogy does not have to be expensive. Many free websites and resources are available to help you find your ancestors. Learn to research frugally, save money and build that family tree. I am going [More]
Join Crista Cowan for the July 2022 episode of “What’s New at Ancestry.” She will give a quick review of the IAJGS and RootsTech genealogy conferences. You will also get a recap of some of [More]
This episode is an interview with Crista Cowan of Ancestry.com. She is answering your questions about the 1950 Census, the new scanning feature on the mobile app, AncestryDNA’s ThruLines®, Ancestry Ethnicity Estimates and the new [More]
Take a deeper dive into Y-DNA with genetic genealogist Diahan Southard. She has made it her life’s mission to be the expert in understanding how DNA can help us with our family history research. Diahan [More]
Improvement in anything usually comes down to improving habits. That includes genealogy! Here are 5 genealogy research habits that will help you discover more of your family history with less frustration! Chapters: 0:00 Improving habits [More]
Are you overwhelmed with your genealogy? I got together with another professional genealogist, Amy Johnson Crow to discuss her suggestions for how to not get overwhelmed with your family history research. Watch this one all [More]