Monthly Archives: March 2014

Cousins? – who are all these cousins?

Do you ever get confused by some of the variants of cousin?  First Cousin?  Second Cousin?  Removed??? Ancestry blog just published an interesting article which clarifies all the cousin terminology  – “Degrees of Cousin-ness”  by Amy Johnson Crow published 29 … Continue reading

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Finding the New Collections at FamilySearch.org

I was excited this week to see more new collections at FamilySearch! This is almost a weekly event and I struggle to keep up. Is there a way for me to check to see if there are new collections for … Continue reading

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12 Powerful “Search” Features in FamilySearch

By Phil Dunn FamilySearch International© used with permission The ‘search’ features or filters in the FamilySearch search engine now provide researchers with powerful functionality for running their “searches”. Whether you are a novice or professional genealogist, the current system upgrades … Continue reading

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Where in the World Do You Find More Crista Cowan Presentations?

At the recent Red Deer RootsTech FH Fair we showed the presentation by Crista called “Getting the Most Out of Ancestry.com.”  Catchy title!  A very helpful presentation and very popular. Afterwards I seemed to keep getting asked – where can … Continue reading

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