There’s a post on the FTM Beta Sync board by the FTM 2012 development lead. He lists the following as the new features in the upcoming Family Tree Maker 2012 release: 1. TreeSync - Ability to synchronize your tree between FTM and Ancestry.
RestingSpot connects the memories of loved ones who have passed with their final location on earth. A unique combination of mobile and web technologies preserves the legacy of loved ones for generations to come.
There has been quite a bit of chatter in the genealogy blogosphere about a new search engine called Mocavo.
Basically, it is a powerful search engine that only concentrates on finding genealogy results. Mocavo only searches genealogy records sites, genealogy blogs, USGenWeb (and the like) plus many more to find the most relevant results for family historians.
This free program, which runs under the Windows operating system, is intended to assist you in searching the web for information on your surnames and their variants.
After you enter in your surname, you click on the Search button, and it will create 3 lists of similar sounding surnames. The lists are based on how good a sound match the other surnames are to the one you entered. The lists are titled Excellent, Close, and Longshot.
Here are the select set of resources you’ll need to explore your family’s history. Start with Software Your genealogy software is the repository for all the information you discover. It’s the main tool in your genealogy toolbox.
(August 29, 2011) – Ancestry.com, the world’s largest online family history resource, today announced an entire week of free access to its popular U.S. and International Immigration and Naturalization records. The free access week begins August 29th and runs through the Labor Day holiday ending September 5th.
Houston, TX – August 31,2011 - Family Tree DNA, the pioneer and largest DNA testing company for genealogy purposes, through its Family Finder test, provided the conclusive proof that two NFL players are half-siblings.
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Genealogists often have a need to capture a paper document. One inexpensive way to do this is with a digital camera. In this article we will discuss the methods used to best capture a digital photo of a paper document.
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