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Heather Collins
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Saying Goodbye
As some of you already know, I've decided to retire Young & Savvy Genealogists.         This social media presence was born out of a desire to connect with other young genealogists, and to celebrate our unique perspectives and voices. There were very few ot...
Saying Goodbye
Saying Goodbye
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Sandy Fenity
Sandy Bennett Fenity Son of Pomp Fenity and Annie Rorer
Sandy Fenity
Sandy Fenity
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Taking Risks
Talk to any genealogist, and they likely have a bucket list. That list of impossible dreams they hope to accomplish someday, provided they can ever get their act together enough to achieve the lofty goals they have set for themselves. The research trips the...
Taking Risks
Taking Risks
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My Genealogy Resolution for 2018
In addition to being a genealogist, I'm also a writer. I've participated in a lot of writing classes and workshops throughout my life. When you participate in writing critiques, you come across two types of self-declared people: plotters and pantsers. Plott...
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Using Ancestry Tree Hints for DNA Discoveries
Here's a tip for those who have taken the AncestryDNA test, and are trying to solve a mystery for a particular missing ancestor. If you're part of our Facebook group , you will have already seen this. But it's good enough to bear repeating. I'm missing both...
Using Ancestry Tree Hints for DNA Discoveries
Using Ancestry Tree Hints for DNA Discoveries
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Will You, or Won't You?—Finding the Probate of Mary Towler Bennett
Few things are better for your research than helping someone else with their genealogy conundrums. At least for me, it helps me to reexamine old problems with new eyes. That has certainly been the case with me these days. My husband recently took a commerci...
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Microsoft Access for Genealogy: A Facebook Group, Templates, & Free Alternatives
It's no secret that I love using Microsoft Access for genealogy. I've written blog posts about it. I've made YouTube videos about the applications I've found for it. Segment data and cousin match analysis for DNA, research logs, research trip planning, the ...
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What are you doing, AncestryDNA?!
As some of you may have already seen, AncestryDNA is currently contacting some of its users and asking for feedback. I've filled out many such questionnaires over the years. Every chance I get to tell them how much I want full segment data, I take it. Part ...
What are you doing, AncestryDNA?!
What are you doing, AncestryDNA?!
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Getting Started: Interviewing Relatives
Genealogy comes in a lot of flavors. For many of us, it's a personal journey of self-discovery. We do it in pajamas, on couches, without a whole lot of human interaction. In my heart of introvert hearts, nothing makes me happier than digging through an unin...
Getting Started: Interviewing Relatives
Getting Started: Interviewing Relatives
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Uploading Your Tree to GEDmatch
GEDmatch has become an essential tool to everyone who is serious about genetic genealogy. I'm not sure how many matches you have there. But the last time I saved my match list as a PDF, it was 23 pages long. And the last time I checked, the last page of mat...
Uploading Your Tree to GEDmatch
Uploading Your Tree to GEDmatch
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