FamilySearch has announced that the following database is new or has been updated since our last post:
FamilySearch has announced the following database has been changed or updated since our last update:
FamilySearch has announced the following database has been changed or updated since our last posting:
FamilySearch has announced a change/update to the following database:
- Oklahoma Confederate Pension Records
- Oklahoma Confederate Pension Index Cards
GedMatch is a free service that allows you to upload your raw DNA data from several testing sites and obtain reports that aren’t readily available on the testing sites. It can also be a way to connect with other DNA testers.
DNA data from Ancestry, FTDNA, WeGene, and MyHeritage can be uploaded.
GedMatch offers a variety of free analytical tools for your data.
You can see our list of GedMatch webinars on our site.
This database contains an index of over 14,000,000 names:
GedMatch is a great site to get more from your DNA test results. My first webinar on using GedMatch is available for download and registrations are still being taken for our second upcoming session on using the Tier 1 options of GedMatch. Our announcement page has more details.
FamilySearch is indicating that this small database has been updated since our last posting:
This was posted to my Rootdig blog, but thought it worth sharing here for those who might not see it. This post discusses search terms that might not appear on the “main” page for a FamilySearch database.