Posted by Liv | Filed under Genealogy Fun
It’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun with genealogy extraordinaire – Randy Seaver — and tonight’s mission, should I decide to accept it, is: Knowing that a ”Bucket List” is a wish list of things to do before death: What is on your Genealogy Bucket List? What research locations do you want to visit? Are there genea-people that you want [...]
Posted by Liv | Filed under Genea Musings
Was April 2012 a great month for genealogists? I truly believe it was! If nothing else, it was one of the BEST and most EXCITING months for me in the world of genealogy! It began with the most anticipated genealogical event to date — the release of the 1940 United States Census on Monday, April 2, [...]
Tags: 1940 census, 1940s, African ancestry, ancestral origins, ancestry, family history expo, Family Tree DNA, genealogists, genealogy, google earth, H-town, houston, lanyrd.com/cgqwc, mitochondrial DNA, mtDNA, US Census
Posted by Liv | Filed under Genetic Genealogy
Well if you haven’t heard, it’s National DNA Day — a day for students, teachers, and the public (attention genealogists) to learn more about genetics and genomics!