The Genealogy Guys would like to welcome its new sponsor,
Company has released a new Genealogy at a Glance (GAAG)
laminated resource document written by George G. Morgan titled
Research. This joins George’s recent Ancestry.com Research (GAAG)
and 23 other titles in the series. They are available from the
publisher and at Amazon.com.
Drew reports on the status of the Dozier School project which is
researching the remains of students who died and were buried at the
Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida, during the
The genealogy news includes:
Drew reviews Families of Southeastern Georgia by Jack
N. Averitt. The book is a reprint of a 1964 book and is published
by Genealogical Publishing
Company using its Clearfield Publishing imprint.
The news includes:
- Doug asks about some available books about land records. The
Guys make some suggestions, including one titled Digging for
Ancestors: An In-Depth Guide to Land Records by Michelle
- Richard responded to Beverly’s inquiry (in episode #264) with
suggestions about software to use to create a genealogy website and
free hosting possibilities. Richard uses Serif’s WebPlus X7
software and uses Filezilla to upload the data.
He suggests several hosting options. He included links to three of
his sites: FreePages at RootsWeb at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~yehle/;
Comcast at http://home.comcast.net/~ryehle/;
and GoDaddy at http://yehlegenealogy.info/
- Debbie responded to our call for suggestions (in episode #264)
for the researcher whose 82-year-old mother discovered through DNA
testing that her legal father was not her biological father.
- Debbie also asked about the book reviewed in episode #263,
Finding Your Irish Ancestors in New York City by Joseph
Buggy, and whether it also included information about immigrants
from Northern Ireland.
- Caroleen expands on The Guys’ answer in episode #260 about LDS
temple work done for individuals entered into the FamilySearch
- Chris/Jenny responded to Sue’s question (in episode #260) about
locating a diary of the ship Shannon sold to a museum in
- Chad asks about the DNA testing he had done with DNA Tribes into his South American
Ancestry and the results he received.
- Barbara suggests checking out the GenealogyInTime Magazine at
- Brett asks about becoming a credentialed genealogist and a
professional researcher, and The Guys offer some suggestions.