RTE which is Ireland’s national TV and radio broadcaster has licensed their “Genealogy Road Show” to PBS. The episodes will start to air in Sept. Traveling experts will try and […]
There was an interesting article dated 7 May 2013 in a National Geographic blog. Statisticians and geneticists looked at the “web-like” tapestry that is genealogy.
An article in Independent.ie explains about a collection of maps assembled in Trinity College Dublin that reveals the ownership of lands taken from Irish families and given to landlords during […]
Do you have people who just seem to have disappeared? Try contacting the local library, historical society, or genealogical group in the town or county where they were last found. […]
Shifting borders in Europe can cause confusion about an ancestor’s country of origin that may be noted in census or official records. See if their language is noted. That would […]
When you live in area that was once part of the wilderness, finding records can be a challenge! When an area is first being settled, there is no town and […]
This month’s column is a reflection of a quote from a member, Calvin Hall, about looking at one record, or for more information on a person, you most often have […]
Lately I have been thinking about the work I have done with genealogy. I have talked about what I learned over the last twenty years but my knowledge of family […]