EasyNetSites (http://easynetsites.com) announces the availability of
its products to create a customized website for genealogical
societies, individuals, and small businesses. You don't need to
know anything about HTML, XHTML, or other programming languages in
order to use it.
Drew reads an item sent to him
in French (and realizes after the podcast that the unusual word was
actually a proper name!).
Mike thanks Deborah effusively
for her great help in opening up new research avenues for
Clive asks for advice about DNA
tests in the UK.
Carla asks about her
Afican-American and American Indian ancestry, and DNA results that
suggest Ukranian ancestry.
Steve and Patrice both wrote in
to Drew to suggest the use of Newark, New Jersey, city directories
for locating his Smith ancestors. Steve suggests the directories at
and Patrice recommends working with the Newark Public
Louis Kessler is suggesting a
new Genealogy Software and Internet site for users to handle FAQs.
It needs 60 followers to make it permanent. Visit the site at