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- Genealogy Downunder: Australia and New Zealand: “Starting Out in Australian and New Zealand Genealogy” Whether you are new to researching Downunder or not, this article will get you on track to research your ancestors. Shauna shares her best tips to pursuing your Australian and New Zealand research. By Shauna Hicks
- Jewish Genealogy: “Endogamy in Genetic Genealogy” For the typical user, DNA relationship predictions given are generally pretty good. However, if you are Jewish, the overwhelming majority of your predicted relatives will turn out to actually be related significantly further back than the companies predict. Lara has some explanation of the work involved and some tools to use to figure out the relationships. By Lara Diamond
- Ramblings through Irish History: “The Plantations of Ireland Part 6: How it all Played out” Regular surveys were conducted to make sure the new settlers were fulfilling their obligations. While some undertakers had done nothing at all others had made good progress. Jenny shares more details about whether the Plantation of Ulster worked as intended and what the consequences were. By Jenny Joyce
- Unexceptional Ancestors: “Benjamin Alfred Cohen” What was once thought to be an unexceptional ancestor turns out to have an unexpected history during the First World War. An email out of the blue reveals there is more to his story than what was initially found. By Jenny Cowen
- Modus Operandi: “Stop Researching! You May Already Have the Answer!” Frustrated and overwhelmed with your research? Do you have mounds of papers on your desk? Sometimes you just need to stop! By Cheri Hudson Passey
- Photo Basics: “Spot the Family Photo Librarian” Who is the family photo librarian in your family? Maybe it is you, but it could be your cousin too. Almost every family has one. It is that person curious about family history. By Maureen Taylor