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A Genealogical Thanksgiving

I’m thinking of a Genealogical Thanksgiving and wondering why I’m only now, today, thinking of it.

Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.

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Searching DNA and What Does it Have to do with Thanksgiving?

When you start tracing your family tree, some very interesting stories may pop up in your family that you never knew about. For instance, I have a cousin named Polly, whose real name is not Polly, but Elaine. 542 more words

"Then they came for me..."

This post may be one of the most controversial posts that I have ever written. But here it goes…

This is a photograph of a poster I purchased at the  424 more words

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Wait, what? Jennifer Lawrence, Jeremy Renner are related, says report

According to family heritage site Ancestry.com, it turns out that A-listers Jennifer Lawrence and Jeremy Renner are related.

As reported by People, the research team at Ancestry… 238 more words


An Extracted Scot Finds Himself in Hungary: How to Get Started with Ancestry.com

By Stephen McClain, Reference Department

Did you know that Williamson County Public Library patrons can access Ancestry.com for free while in the library? Neither did I – and I am guessing that many other people in Williamson County don’t know either. 1,481 more words

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Who do I think they are? Searching for copyright

A view of two original illustrations in Mrs M E Cherry’s ‘Watercolour Album’, ANMM Collection

Visual diary from the ANMM Collection

A single illustrated page from Mable Cherry’s Watercolour Album, ANMM Collection… 1,172 more words

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Ancestry’s New “Amount of Shared DNA” – What Does It Really Mean?

Yesterday, Ancestry quietly introduced a new feature of their AncestryDNA autosomal product called “Amount of Shared DNA.”

This can be seen when you view your match, beside the confidence bar, as shown below.  752 more words

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