Links to the DNA-related Web sites mentioned at last week's meeting have been added to "Our Favorite Links
The Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives "is Your Trusted Resource for Immigration, Military, and Ocean Travel, as well as Fashions and the Epicurean Life Style of past eras, 1880s-1950s."
The FamilySearch Digital Library
has been updated! Includes books from the Dallas Public Library, the Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research, the Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
, the Arizona State Library,
the Southern History Department of the Birmingham Public Library,
the BYU Family History Library,
the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, the Midwest Genealogy Center of Mid-Continent Public Library, and more!
Blaine Bettinger's YouTube Channel.
Covers DNA topics
including the latest tools released by Ancestry and MyHeritage.
RootsTech Recorded Sessions Available for Viewing.
Recordings of selected sessions from RootsTech 2015 through 2019 are available for viewing at this link.
RootsTech Conference Notes (Syllabi) Available for Viewing/Download.
The notes from many of the presentations given at the recent RootsTech are now available for viewing and download at this link
Texas Institute of Genealogical Research. Registration for the Texas Institute of Genealogical Research, to be held June 9-14, 2019 at the Crowne Plaza Austin, opened on November 30th. In addition to a track focusing on Texas Research, coordinated by Kelvin Meyers, a second track will be coordinated by J. Mark Lowe and will focus on Southern Research.
Save The Date! Texas State Genealogical Society 2019 Family History Conference
, Friday, October 11 - Sunday, October 13, Omni Houston Westside, 13210 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77079. Registration informtion will be forthcoming.
Legacy Family Tree Webinars
has announced their schedule for 2019
. Some ar free; others require a subscription.
DNA Informed Consent Documents.
From the blog of Judy Russell, the Legal Genealogist, links to informed consent and beneficiary forms
drafted by Blaine Bettinger and Debbie Parker Wayne.
The project will include a virtual reality reconstruction of the building. It will also assemble a complete inventory of loss and survival from the fire and serve as a vital hub to present surviving records and substitute copies identified in archives and other repositories around the world.