Published by Rvgslib.wordpress.com: Genealogy Insider – 8 Habits of Highly Organized Genealogists

This blog post is from the Genealogy Insider. What I like about the following eight getting-organized principles (which have come from Family Tree Magazine contributors and readers over the years) is that you can apply them with the tools and techniques that are right for you. You’ll learn a lot more about such tools and […]

https://rvgslib.wordpress.com/2016/01/22/genealogy-insider-8-habits-of-highly-organized-genealogists/

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Published by Dick Eastman: Diary of Anne Frank Subject To Copyright Dispute

A legal case involving the Diary of Anne Frank may affect many other publications, even including genealogy books published in the United States and many other countries. Anne Frank was a Jewish teenager killed by the Nazis whose writing survived in the Amsterdam building where she had hidden. 70 years have passed since her death.…

http://blog.eogn.com/2016/01/22/diary-of-anne-frank-subject-to-copyright-dispute/

Published by RootsandRecombinantDna: Sharing Your AncestryDNA Matches List with Other Members

If you’re an AncestryDNA (from Ancestry.com) member, did you know that you can share your DNA MATCHES list (and full Ethnicity Estimate results) with other AncestryDNA members? And you can do it without giving up your log-in information? Chances are you didn’t know, but that’s cool. It’s a real simple process and I’m going to show…

http://www.rootsandrecombinantdna.com/2016/01/sharing-your-ancestrydna-matches-list.html

Published by TheLegalGenealogist: Hitting the two million mark

Getting there for the pensions How much is a million? It’s awfully hard to wrap our heads around a number like that if we’re ordinary people — people who, like The Legal Genealogist, tend to think of numbers of things in terms of one, two, three, many. We can try to analogize it in different…

http://www.legalgenealogist.com/blog/2016/01/19/hitting-the-two-million-mark/

Published by MyRootsMyBlog: Freedmen’s Cemetery

It’s amazing how many historic sites are in our backyards and most of the time we don’t even go explore them. I go visit historic sites out of town but not in my home town, that will change anyway Alexandria,VA isn’t technically my backyard but I visit quite often to see  family but I hardly […]

https://myrootsmyblog.wordpress.com/2016/01/19/freedmans-cemetery/

Published by Dick Eastman: A Sneak Peek Inside the MyHeritage HQ

The MyHeritage Blog has an article that provides a quick peek at the company’s business offices. MyHeritage began in Founder and CEO Gilad Japhet’s living room in Bnei Atarot, a village founded by the Templers. Then for several years the company’s headquarters were located in a Templer family estate and farmhouse in the same village.…

http://blog.eogn.com/2016/01/20/a-sneak-peek-inside-the-myheritage-hq/