Tag Archive | dna
Check out our latest Between The Leaves. We invited Anna Swayne, DNA expert from Ancestry to talk with with us. Have you spit yet?
I thought I’d do a few top ten lists this final week of 2012. Here are the top ten stories that you clicked on from my Follow Friday listings and other posts: Blown Away With DNA from the Legal Genealogist uencounterme – A Way to Plot Cluster Genealogy Research from Geneabloggers.com Workday Wednesday The Dispatcher […]
You get out of the habit, and it’s easy to stay out of the habit of not posting. Let’s see if I can work on better habits. :-) I received my DNA results back from Ancestry.com (full disclosure, I am an employee). I was expecting Scottish and German. Here is what I have: Every line […]
This is two weeks worth of Follow Friday, since I missed last weeks. Lots of good reading in here! A couple of posts about uencounter.me: Uencounter.me — A Way to Plot Cluster Genealogy Research (Geneabloggers) Mappy Monday – Fun with unencounter.me and an Upcoming Cool Feature Too! (Jana’s Genealogy and Family History Blog) The mapping […]
Here is what I’ve been reading this week. It’s been a great week for genealogy blogs! From Ancestry.com The 1940 Census Index Is Done! Desktop Education Series from Ancestry.com A beautiful pictorial journey through Virginia: Surprises Around Every Corner by Belle Grove Plantation Bed and Breakfast: Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four And: […]
What I’ve been reading on the web this week: The Legal Genealogist: Thanks for one government boondoggle Government programs leave records Jana’s Genealogy and Family History Blog: Treasure Chest Thursday–Goodbye Rio, Hello Trinidad – My Webster Family: Coming Full Circle – From The U.S.A. to Brazil and Back Again Great photos and story of a […]