Mar 31, 2021
The Genealogy Guys Podcast is back after a 3-month hiatus!
NEWS YOU CAN USE AND SHARE!
- The new International African
American Museum has launched its membership programs.
- RootsMagic has invited the public to participate in a community
preview of RootsMagic 8 to provide pre-release feedback. Visit
to get involved.
- MyHeritage ...
- ... announced the release of a new record collection, United
States Border Crossings from Canada, 1895-1956.
- ... introduced Photo Storyteller, a new way to record stories
and add narrative behind your favorite family photos.
- ... .announced Deep Nostalgia to animate faces on your family
- ... added millions of historical Lithuanian-Jewish records from
the LitvakSIG’s work, 1795-1940.
- ... introduced Genetic Groups using high resolution of 2,100+
- Nathan Dylan Goodwin has a new book, The Chester Creek
Murders, featuring new characters and forensic DNA
- Findmypast has introduced a new and improved image viewer and
has added many new and expanded collections: Ireland, Londonderry
City Burials (1853-1961); New York Catholic Parish Registers
(browse) for Bronx, Yonkers, and Ulster Counties; additions to the
Denbighshire Parish Records; and additions to Essex Baptisms, Kent
Baptisms, and Kent Marriages
- FamilySearch has remodeled its library in Salt Lake City and
has launched a new webpage.
- Drew recaps huge new and expanded collections at
We’ll be participating in the Wisconsin State Genealogical
Society (WSGS) Gene-A-Rama on April 9-10 and the Ohio Genealogical
Society Conference on April 14-17.
Drew has been writing a daily blog entry throughout March about
his work with his ancestors on the collaborative FamilySearch
Drew is also coordinating the project to document African
Americans interred in Tampa’s Zion Cemetery and their
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