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After You Get Your DNA Test Results – Then What?

By Staff Writer / October 23, 2016

Millions of people send off their saliva for a DNA test every year. The same millions get their test results back and wonder what to do with them. Depending on why you sent off for your DNA results, you will want to make use of your results. If you are adopted, download your raw DNA […]

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Fold3.com Military Records Website Review

By Staff Writer / August 13, 2016

Fold3.com Military Records Website Review Anyone who has a fascination with genealogy or military history may appreciate the resources found at Fold3.com. This easy-to-use website is chock-full of useful data, including digital scans of primary records that could prove to be a goldmine for researchers. Whether you’re looking for information about an ancestor or are […]

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Best DNA Tests

By Staff Writer / April 10, 2016

As a recipient of adoption as a child, I had always wondered who my biological parents were, if they had other children, what my cousins looked like, which lead to me ask, what is the best DNA test?. Fortunately, there were several ways to find my biological family, and not all of them as difficult […]

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AfriGeneas.com Review

By Staff Writer / January 2, 2016

Almost 327 users visit this website daily, which indicates how effective this platform is and how advantageous it is to the people looking for information. In my opinion, one must go and visit this website if they wish to reconnect and need information regarding their family member because over the last few years

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California Birth Index

By Staff Writer / December 13, 2015

California Birth Index is a simple website set up to help you search for birth records in California from the years 1905 to 1995. The CABI was compiled by the California Office of Health Information and Research.

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Florida Memory Project Website

By Staff Writer / December 5, 2015

A complete genealogy website offering a lot of different information for people looking for family in Florida. On the front page you will find tabs for Photographs, Videos, Audio, Collections, Exhibits, and Classrooms.

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Heredis Software Review

By Staff Writer / November 6, 2015

Heredis Software Review If you’re looking for software to keep you connected to your history whether you’re near your computer or far from it, Heredis is an exceptional option. Heredis is both customizable and thorough in its ability to recreate family trees, produce lineage charts, and even develop books to show your entire family history. […]

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Family Historian Software Review

By Staff Writer / October 27, 2015

Family Historian Software Review One of my favorite hobbies is working on my family tree. I want to know all about the lives of my ancestors and where they came from. I also want to have a complete family tree to share with my siblings along with my children and grandchildren. Not surprisingly, I need […]

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FamilyHistory.com Review

By Staff Writer / October 27, 2015

FamilyHistory.com and Others Offer a Look into the Past In 2013, I became (for lack of a better term) obsessed with genealogy and tracing my family’s history and I still am to this day. I used a number of websites and resources (including my local library) to gather information about my ancestors and my husband’s […]

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DearMyrtle.com Genealogy Blog Review

By Staff Writer / October 25, 2015

The DearMyrtle.com site is the sensible and practical guide for beginning genealogy researchers online. Primarily a blog, this online space is managed by Pat Richley-Erickson under the pseudonym Myrtle. The site stays among the top 5 genealogy sites internationally. Although Richley-Erickson, based in Utah, has chosen to establish her good reputation through a persona, she […]

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Family Tree Maker Software Review

By Staff Writer / October 24, 2015

As a long-time genealogy enthusiast, I can honestly say that the Family Tree Maker is one of the most valuable organizational tools available in the genealogy world. Family Tree Maker offers an easy to use template for storing information about each family member added to the tree. I have a large blended family, and Family […]

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Geni.com Review

By Staff Writer / October 23, 2015

Geni.com is a site that offers powerful genealogy tools that will help you to learn about your family’s history. It will also connect you with others that share a part in your family tree. You can learn as much as possible about your history and have fun finding family members that you did not even […]

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Roots Magic Software Review

By Staff Writer / October 23, 2015

Modern technology has produced many electrifying things over the years. One of the most exciting is RootsMagic, which allows one to trace their ancestry. Organized by Bruce Buzbee in 1987, this is a genealogy software program that provides the means to track a family record using information from a multi-national database. This information covers many […]

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RootsWeb.com Review

By Staff Writer / October 23, 2015

RootsWeb.com Review The need and desire to find out just what your ancestry background is has become incredibly popular in recent years. So it’s no surprise that I would be one of the millions of people to utilize the internet to track down my roots. This is where RootsWeb.com comes into the story. Rootsweb.com is […]

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Billiongraves.com Review

By Staff Writer / October 23, 2015

Many of my friends have been blogging about Billiongraves.com, especially about its app. I decided to download it to my Nokia Lumia 520 to take a look. I think the site and its app have potential, the reason I decided to share this article. The primary goal of Billion Graves is to provide extensive history […]

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Find A Grave.com Review

By Staff Writer / October 23, 2015

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had a fascination with finding the grave sights of deceased relatives, my ancestors, and even famous people that happen to be buried in my area. This curiosity and inquisitive nature of mine extended into my adulthood and I often found myself perusing the internet till the […]