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The Weekly Genealogy Toolkit is your dose of family history insights, tips and tools designed to empower your genealogical journey. Host Ed Adams will guide you through the rich tapestry of your family history. Every week, we will unravel new strategies, uncover hidden gems, and equip you with the tools needed to navigate the fascinating story of how you became you. Grab your notebook and a cup of coffee... there’s work to be done.
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Whether you are new to genealogy or a practiced veteran of the craft, these short clips of information about genealogy and our ancestors should inspire and assist you in moving further on your family tree. Keep them handy when you hit a brick wall or want new inspiration for unique angles to take in your work. With each clip, you will quickly learn what you need to know and be ready to jump back into the ancestor pool with a renewed sense of purpose.
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All Things Genealogy and Family History! Genealogy Girl Talks offers you tips, tricks, and advice on your genealogy and family history journey. Join us for a variety of topics related to your research! Genealogy Girl strongly believes that connecting with family is a key ingredient to your research and in her 20+ years of researching she has many stories to share from her journey.
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Welcome to Expert Genealogy Tips, a podcast created by Legacy Tree Genealogists, the world’s largest genealogy research firm. From understanding DNA to searching archives, you’ll learn the tips and strategies to begin or continue your own research. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, we’ll help you discover your family story and ancestors with accuracy and peace of mind.
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This podcast is dedicated to Italian Genealogy, finding your Italian Roots and how to navigate through Italian records. Your host has over 12 years of experience and we will have excellent guests that will discuss a variety of genealogy topics. Please subscribe!
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Join TV historian Dr Michala Hulme, as she takes a fun approach to genealogy & family history. Each week she is joined by special guests to discuss their family history, and she will also share hits and tips to help those on their genealogy journey. New episodes are released every week. If you would like to get in touch with Michala, you can do so via her website www.michalahulme.com If you want to help support the making of the podcast, please visit Michala's Patreon account https://www. pa ...
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Genealogy Gems Podcast shows you, the family historian, how to make the most out of your family history research time by providing quick and easy to use research techniques. In addition, you will learn creative ways to share your family tree and the legacy of your ancestors. Lisa Louise Cooke guides you through the exhilarating process of discovering your family tree. She scours the family history landscape to find and bring you the best websites, best practices, and best resources available ...
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Research Like a Pro is a podcast about genealogy research methodology. Diana Elder and Nicole Dyer of FamilyLocket.com discuss how to take your family history research to the next level and uncover more of your family tree. Learn about research objectives, analysis, locality research, research planning, source citations, report writing, case studies, and more. Diana and Nicole are the mother-daughter team at FamilyLocket.com and the creators of the Amazon bestselling book, Research Like a Pr ...
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Mary Duffy is the Genealogy Detective, solving your family's mysteries and telling your stories. Each episode we'll investigate a new case: unearthing family secrets, finding long-lost cousins, uncovering origins with research or DNA, and proving whether the legends your grandmother handed down are true.
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Cuban Genealogy Podcast

Cuban Genealogy Podcast

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Podcast dedicated to Cuban family history and Cuban genealogy. Topics include cemetery research, parish records, vital records, DNA and Cuban history! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cuban-genealogy/support
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Interviews with founders, startup-advising CISOs, venture capitalists, and analysts discussing the issues of cybersecurity, new threats, and emerging technology. The Genealogy of Cyber Security brings listeners into forward-thinking conversations with industry visionaries, to explore big ideas, and discuss out-innovating the competition.
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Let's Talk About Family History. An Englishman talks about his adventures in family history research with an emphasis on stories and learning from his research over the past 30 years on his own and his customer's histories.
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If you are of German descent and love doing research, this is the podcast to listen to! The German Genealogy Girl’s Podcast helps you make the most of your research time, by providing helpful techniques and a deeper insight into German research. Together with her guests from all over the world, Ursula Krause guides you through numerous websites, best practices, German history, pesky German grammar and language and best resources available. Her and her guest’s experience and knowledge will en ...
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History podcasts of Mexico, Latina, Latino, Hispanic, Chicana, Chicano, Mexicana, Mexicano, genealogy, mexico, mexican, mexicana, mexicano, mejico, mejicana, mejicano, hispano, hispanic, hispana, latino, latina, latin, america, espanol, espanola, spanish, indigenous, indian, indio, india, native, native american, chicano, chicana, mesoamerican, mesoamerica, raza, podcast, podcasting, nuestra, familia, or unida are welcome here. If it has to do with the history of America, California, Oregon, ...
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Welcome to what I call "The Corner" I'm so excited to bring to you my new podcast, Black Genealogy Corner. If you are beginning to research your family and don't know where to start, or, you've been researching but need some help and inspiration, this is the podcast for you.In each episode, I'll talk to guests that will enlighten and motivate you and help provide information that will help get you started finding your ancestors. You will learn about topics such as DNA, how to use technology ...
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Join me as we step into the world of James Madison, the "Father of the Constitution," whose brilliant mind and steadfast leadership forged the principles of American democracy… Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com저자 Ancestral Findings
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How are we related? That’s a question that we have been asked quite a bit lately, and sometimes determining that exact familial connection with someone else can be confusing. What is the difference between a second cousin and a first cousin, once removed? What does the “removed” mean, anyway? If my mom has a cousin, how is he related to me? Is my g…
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A new MP3 sermon from Willowbrook Park Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Genesis 11:10-32 - Jesus' Genealogy Subtitle: Genesis Speaker: Dr. Christopher Turpin Broadcaster: Willowbrook Park Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 5/5/2024 Bible: Genesis 11:10-32 Length: 40 min.…
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In this podcast episode, Diana and Nicole talk with guest Michelle Mickelson, AG, about the significance of the Homestead Act of 1862 in spurring westward expansion and its implications for genealogy. They explore how this act allowed people to claim and cultivate land in states like Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah, and …
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I really love maps. I just wish that they wouldn't change so much. No, I'm not worried about the tectonics plates moving around the globe so much as the ever moving political borders that makes genealogy work so challenging sometimes. Sometimes answering the question of where your ancestor lived isn't so straight forward. Listen to this week's epis…
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Send us a Text Message. Embarking on a genealogical quest that spans continents and centuries, I had the chance to sit down with Jim Rothgeb, the visionary behind Peek Into The Past. Together, we unraveled the threads of ancestry that connect us to the echoes of history, with Jim recounting his profound experience of holding artifacts that once bel…
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On this week’s episode of the Genealogy Girl Talks podcast I discuss some Genealogy News You Can (Hopefully) Use, Back to the Basics, What is a generation, Cemetery Visits, New Ideas for YouTube, Advice for Others doing their Family History and Genealogy, Brick Wall Wednesday, and more! You can find the Show Notes and all the links and mentions her…
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In this episode the Genealogy Guy chats with Helen Tovey - Editor of Family Tree Magazine UK which is Britain's longest-running family history magazine providing expert advice it has been helping thousands of family historians discover and explore your family history since 1984.저자 Armchair Genealogy
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AUDIO PODCAST SHOW NOTES: In our first segment, Lisa Louise Cooke and her guest Jenny Ashcraft from Newspapers.com discuss how to use newspapers to fill in the missing stories in your ancestors’ lives. Jenny shares strategic tips on finding unique information many researchers miss. In the second segment of this episode, Shannon Combs-Bennett, the a…
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Uncover the multifaceted life of Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States, whose visionary achievements and personal paradoxes shaped the nation's early years. Explore how his profound contributions and complex legacy continue to ignite debate and influence America's democratic landscape…. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.…
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A new MP3 sermon from Lakeville Christian Fellowship is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Take now thy son Subtitle: Genealogy of Jesus Christ P. 4 Speaker: Daniel J. Casieri Broadcaster: Lakeville Christian Fellowship Event: Sunday Service Date: 5/12/2024 Bible: Matthew 1:1-2; Genesis 22:1-8 Length: 54 min.…
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Explore the enduring legacy of John Adams, America's second president, whose commitment to principle and keen intellect guided the young republic through its formative challenges. Learn how Adams' visionary leadership and moral fortitude shaped the political and social fabric of the burgeoning United States. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings…
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For those looking to delve deeper into George Washington's life and legacy, here are five highly recommended books that offer various perspectives and detailed accounts of America's first president. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/george-washington-father-of-a-nation저자 Ancestral Findings
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If you’re confused with or made mistakes interpreting your DNA test results, you’re not alone! There are lots of things to learn when it comes to DNA and family history research. Today, we’ll review some of the most common misunderstandings people have about their DNA test results, and help you know how to avoid them! We'll also answer a DNA basic:…
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In this podcast episode, hosts Diana, Nicole, talk with Michelle Mickelson, AG, and discuss the crucial role of church, cemetery, Native American, and Spanish language records in Southwestern genealogy. They emphasize that these records, often predating government documentation, are indispensable for exploring family relationships, migration patter…
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Doing genealogical research from the comfort of your own home is great, but doing that work in physical repositories that have documents that no one has ever seen since they were created is amazing. Standing on the property of your many times great grandparents is a bucketlist item. In this week's episode I talk about ways to get the most out of yo…
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A new MP3 sermon from Lakeville Christian Fellowship is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: And there he built an altar Subtitle: Genealogy of Jesus Christ P. 3 Speaker: Daniel J. Casieri Broadcaster: Lakeville Christian Fellowship Event: Sunday Service Date: 5/5/2024 Bible: Genesis 12:1-7; Matthew 1:1-6 Length: 54 min.…
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It's time to start figuring out what genealogy projects you want to tackle for May. Each month holds its own best genealogical practices that you can incorporate into your regular genealogy research. Here are the 10 "must-do" genealogy projects for May. Each of these will make your genealogy research and family history narrative richer and more inf…
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Each baby blanket and quilt holds a universe of stories stitched from the threads of tradition and familial love. Let’s explore the colorful journey of these beloved textiles, tracing their roles in nurturing generations and binding families across time. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/swaddled-in-history-the-legacy-of-baby-blankets-an…
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Columbia is the capital city of South Carolina. It is an old city and one with much history attached to it. From early European exploration and settlement to the Revolutionary and Civil Wars and into the modern era, it has remained an important US city in many ways. Podcast notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-south-carolina/…
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(Ep001) In today’s episode I’m sharing some “Genealogy News You Can Use” including the National Archives, Native Hawaiian Records, and Family Search classes and webinars. Plus, a BONUS section all about using Canva in your family history and genealogy research. You can find more at https://GenealogyGirlTalks.com…
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This week we answer the question, "How and where do I start my family history research if I have a lot of blank spots in my family tree?" Getting started is simpler than you think. In this week's episode we share the strategies to get started and find ancestors with accuracy, so your blank spots in you family tree can be filled with ancestors. Want…
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Step into a world where America's presidents reveal their lesser-known talents, from George Washington's elegant dance moves to Dwight D. Eisenhower's artistic strokes. Explore the quirky and creative hobbies that showcase the human side of these historical figures. Podcast notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/unveiling-the-hidden-talents-of-u-s-pr…
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In this episode, Diana and Nicole welcome guest Michelle Mickelson, AG, to discuss key records and repositories for researching ancestors in the Southwestern United States. They explore the differences between federal, state, and local records, highlighting the importance of each for uncovering vital information. Michelle guide listeners through na…
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Burnout maybe inherent in just about anything if you do it long enough, and genealogy is no exception. But if you find yourself sitting there staring at your screen, unable to summon the energy to continue the search... is that it? Are you done with genealogy? You don't have to be. Today I talk about a number of techniques to stay in the field, but…
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Saddle up for an engaging ride through the storied history of cowboy hats! Uncover how these iconic symbols of resilience and style have shaped the American frontier's legacy, blending functionality with fashion in a tale as wide as the West itself…저자 Ancestral Findings
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Are you searching for documentation for a deceased family member and having a hard time knowing where to look, or finding conflicting information? In this week's episode we answer the question: "My mom was married five or six times according to the Social Security Administration. Where do I start researching? How do I find documentation for her now…
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https://ancestralfindings.com/6-frequently-asked-questions-marriage-records Marriage records are among the Top Three most basic record types in genealogy, along with Death and Birth records. If you haven’t used marriage records in your research yet, you should, and it’s time to start. Here are the top six most frequently asked questions about marri…
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Send us a Text Message. Have you ever been captivated by the stories of your ancestors, the journeys they embarked on, and the experiences that shaped their lives? In our latest episode, we're joined by Arnie Aranci, whose Italian-American roots are as rich and flavorful as the cuisine of his heritage. Arnie enthralls with tales of his father's mig…
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Send us a Text Message. Embark on an intimate odyssey with our guest Regina Vighetto, as she unveils her family's vibrant migration tapestry from Italy to the coffee farms of São Paulo, Brazil. Her tale is one of resilience and discovery, and unearthing a narrative enriched by ancestral dreams and the quest for prosperity in a new world. As Regina …
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https://ancestralfindings.com/russian-surnames-and-their-meanings Russian surnames started being used relatively recently in history, with the patronymic surname being common in other parts of Europe. After that, however, the similarity ended, and Russian surnames became unique among European nations. Here is a history of Russian surnames and their…
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Today's episode of Research Like a Pro is about the story of Eliza Ann Isenhour (1850-1898) and the family lore that claims she was a full-blooded Cherokee. The conversation starts with the 1884 incident that left Eliza a widow with four young children and another on the way after her husband, William Henderson Shults, died following an accident. F…
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You spend a lot of time looking at names when working on genealogy... but how much time are you spending thinking about those names? Chances are, you have some great clues for future research just sitting there in the names of the ancestors already sitting in your family tree. Listen now to learn what's in a name? @theWGTPod…
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A new MP3 sermon from Lakeville Christian Fellowship is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Book of Generations Subtitle: Genealogy of Jesus Christ P. 1 Speaker: Daniel J. Casieri Broadcaster: Lakeville Christian Fellowship Event: Sunday Service Date: 4/21/2024 Bible: Matthew 1:1-17 Length: 62 min.…
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Send us a Text Message. Uncover the secrets of Penne as Antonio Baldacchini from the Council of Community Planning joins us for an enchanting exploration of Abruzzo's mesmerizing landscapes and historical tapestry. Step back in time to discover a town where the past lingers in the cobblestoned streets and the future blossoms from the community's vi…
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https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-south-dakota Pierre is the capital of the state of South Dakota. It started as a fur trading post and gradually became a city as the western territories were opened up to American settlement. It is one of the least populous, most remote, and inaccessible US state capitals. This is what you need to kn…
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You've done your DNA testing and received the results. What now? How do you get started making sense of the results and the DNA matches. In this episode we will share a simple tip to get started on your road to success with DNA Matches in genealogy research. Want to learn more about DNA and genealogy research? You can also schedule a consultation o…
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https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-tennessee Nashville is the capital city of the state of Tennessee. It has a long history of habitation by humans, going millennia back into prehistory. The Europeans came much later, turning Nashville into one of the wealthiest cities in the southern United States. This is what you need to know about…
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In this episode, we discuss breaking up complex research projects into phases. This is a great way to make progress on a research question that might otherwise seem daunting. We'll talk about how to identify the mother of Elsie, a woman born in 1820, as an example of how to set up phases for research. We'll also discuss how to determine which phase…
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Did you know that if you are just logging into the big genealogy websites, filling out a form and clicking 'search' you are leaving an entire world of information undiscovered. This week, we look at unindexed records and the potential gold mine that these represent. Where do you find them and how do you use them? Listen in to find out.…
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