Friday, November 30, 2018

GedMatch and DNA Painting Sat 1 to 4 pm

Bonita - Sunnyside Library,   1 December 2018,   Next to Sheriff's Office.  

1 to 4 pm

Tim Williams, one of our own will be presenting this data.  He did mine in February and it helps to
know how to understand DNA. It is very key so it seems for Indian heritage.


This presentation will walk you through log-in into Gedmatch. I will lead you into the analysis of Native American DNA. Along with the terms, a close look into a DNA strand, you will be able to open Gedmatch, look at your DNA via Gedmatch, and know what your looking at.

Bring Laptop, computer and  5 gen chart for  grasping also your DNA Information if you have done DNA.  IF your tree is on phone that will probably work.


See you there.  

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Wow Look At the Home Place of Ancestors WOW




Dear Susi,
I hope you're well. 

We're happy to announce the release of a new feature for our DNA users — the display of Shared Ancestral Places for DNA Matches. 

We now show you towns, countries and U.S. states where birth or death events of ancestors took place that appear in your family tree and that you have in common with your DNA Matches. This feature makes our DNA Matching even more useful by helping pinpoint how you and your DNA Matches could be related.  



Many thanks

Daniel Horowitz
Genealogy Expert.

Daniel,   This is exciting news for  me.       Thanks  Sharing it.

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Military Records Free Short Time 8 to 12 Nov




Hi Susi,


I hope you are well.
We want to let you know that ALL of our 47 million military records from around the world are searchable for free on MyHeritage to mark 100 years since the end of WWI. The records are available for free from November 8-12. 
As we remember the sacrifices made by the brave soldiers from all over the world, it’s a fitting opportunity to reflect upon the personal contributions made by our ancestors.
Military records are valuable resources that provide insight into the lives of those who have served in the armed forces, as well as their families. With these records, users can learn about their ancestors and honor their memory and service to their country.   
Please let your readers know and please share the link to the free records, and our attached image on your social media. 

Best, 
Daniel Horowitz
Genealogy Expert.


Daniel, Thanks I have it posted.



Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Genealogy time

There are several. New Sites for research. Available,  Have you tried any of them?


Facebook has added more genealogical groups.

Try some of them.

Just put place interested in, maybe add a name, time frame?

Give it a try