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Apr 23, 2019

The Genealogy Guys welcome Cyndi Ingle, founder of Cyndi’s List, to the podcast for a regular feature called Cyndi Says, beginning with this episode. She joins Blaine T. Bettinger, founder of DNA Central, and his regular featured discussion with Drew about DNA.

We have a big announcement coming on May 1st. Check our blog at http://blog.genealogyguys.com that day and our Facebook page.

A reminder that the Genealogy Guys are accepting nominations for the next round of the Unsung Heroes Award. The deadline is midnight on May 15th and winners will be announced on June 1st online and at the Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree. Details are at https://ahaseminars.com/cpage.php?pt=24.

News You Can Use and Share

  • Findmypast has added Poor Law and BMD records for Kent.
  • Drew recaps free FamilySearch record additions.

Blaine T. Bettinger's DNA Segment

This week’s discussion between Blaine and Drew focuses on the Shared cM Project. Blaine operates a subscription-based DNA education service at DNA Central.

Cyndi Ingle's Cyndi Says

Cyndi Ingle’s debut of “Cyndi Says” highlights how to use Google to search all the contents of a specific website.  You can find more from Cyndi at Cyndi's List!

Our Listeners Talk to Us

  • Lisa is interested in suggestions for how to engage young people in genealogy. The Guys respond and so can you.
  • Linda has questions about her second great-grandfather, including whether he might have been indentured to a shipping company, his rapid movement westward, and where she might find his naturalization records.

The Guys share some of their upcoming speaking schedule. You can always learn more at https://ahaseminars.com/eventListings.php?nm=52.

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Visit The Genealogy Guys Blog at http://blog.genealogyguys.com for more news and interesting ideas for your genealogy.