John and Elizabeth Woodley I am excited to learn more about the Woodley family that I recently discovered using records from the GRO. (See this article for more information about the “GRO PDF Pilot“). I have dubbed this family the Woodleys of Appledore. Here are a few insights I have gained into this little family.
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Land Ho! On the early morning of November 9, 1620, the Mayflower‘s crew spotted land. It was the first land they had seen in more than two months, and signified to the Pilgrims that they were near the end of their long voyage. I began my journey to become a member of The General Society of
Introducing William Vinicombe Jarman William Vinicombe Jarman is my 5th-great-grandfather. He was born in Devonshire, England, and I have been researching his family. The GRO PDF Pilot is helping me tremendously! Before I explain what the GRO PDF Pilot is and how it has helped I will provide some details of this family. So far
Register Now! You should stop what you are doing and go register for RootsTech 2018 right now. It will be held February 28 – March 3, 2018 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The cost of registration for the full 4-day event is $169 per attendee. This Early Bird pricing for a 4-day educational extravaganza is
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July 21st was the one-year anniversary of my first blog post. In honor of my blogiversary, I give you the top 5 most popular posts over the past year!Published: August 16, 2016 Summary: Part 1 of a 3 Part series describing simple things a beginner can do to dive in and begin doing family history.
Ethnicity Estimate About three months ago I reported that I had expanded my DNA reach by uploading my raw AncestryDNA results to the MyHeritage site. Then, on June 1 of this year, MyHeritage announced that it would provide an ethnicity estimate report to everyone that uploads their DNA to their site. Previously, they only offered
Family History Legend Do you have a family legend in your family history? Chances are that you do, whether you know it or not. Family legends are not necessarily a bad thing. Family storytelling can strengthen individuals and families. They remind us of our heritage and can give us a sense of identity. However, oral
Add Family History to Your Vacation Plans With summer vacations quickly approaching many people are gearing up to travel. Some of those travels will include trips to ancestral homelands – those places where your ancestors were born, lived, and died. Not everyone travels to these locations with the primary purpose of doing family history research.