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.…

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Published by MyHeritageBlog: Remembrance Day: Your family’s heroes

Across generations and across the world, families have been affected by war: relatives have had to put aside family life in service of their country, and some even made the ultimate sacrifice. For many, the act of remembering the fallen heroes of past wars is not just of national significance; it’s also familial and personal.…

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Published by MyHeritage: Tackle Your Research: Carpe Diem!

In searching for ancestors, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all the stones still unturned and research yet to be done. As genealogists know, family history research is truly never-ending. With every door that opens, so do  many more avenues of research.  Many of us have long to-do lists of names to be researched, relatives…

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Published by Genealogy’s Star:More about the surprising relationship between MyHeritage and the FamilySearch Family Tree

Note: This particular post is based on some recent observations reported in a previous post entitled, “Some Unexpected Information from MyHeritage.com.” What I have to say in this present post elaborates on my observations over the past few years and explains my opinion of what is going on with both MyHeritage.com and the FamilySearch.org Family…

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Published by MyHeritage: 5 Things Only Middle Children Will Understand

I was the second of four siblings. Growing up as middle children, my sister (the third child) and I often joked that we were considered double-stuff Oreo filling, and therefore we were the best part of the family. But, let’s face it, it’s not easy being a middle child. According to various studies, birth order…

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Publicado por MyHeritage Spanish Blog: Diario de Viaje: de Suecia a Australia

Imagínese que usted se embarca en un viaje 125 años hacia atrás por todos los continentes. Eso es lo que Anna, de Suecia, va a hacer volando a través del mundo hasta Australia para viajar a las ciudades de sus antepasados ​​y aprender sobre ellos. Anna documentará su viaje genealógico para aprender más sobre sus…

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Published by MyHeritage Blog: July 4th: 9 things you never knew

Happy 239th birthday, America! Also known as Independence Day, Americans come together on July 4 to commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence and the country’s birthday. A great time to celebrate American heritage, it is also fun to share the holiday with families at  barbecues, picnics, parades, fairs, firework displays and other family…

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