Going In-Depth: April 2016 (PDF)

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Here’s what is in this issue of the magazine:

“Finding Your Irish Family Homeland” By Jim Ryan

“What’s In a Name? For Those with Scottish Ancestors, A Lot of Confusion!”  By Christine Woodcock

“RootsTech 2016 Recap” By Shannon Combs-Bennett 

“Cemetery Deeds: They’re Land Records Too”  By Michelle Goodrum 

“Finding Living Family Members”  By Terri O’Connell

“Genetics & Genealogy” By Shannon Combs-Bennett

 “In Review”

  • “Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the Secrets in My DNA” By Richard Hill Reviewed by Shannon Combs-Bennett
  • “When I Was Young: One family remembers 300 years of history” by James Dunbar Reviewed by Katie Andrews Potter
  • “Putting Your Ancestors in their Place ~ A Guide to One Place Studies” by Dr. Janet Few Reviewed by Julie Goucher
  • “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot Reviewed by Shannon Combs-Bennett 

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Want to read Going In-Depth magazine, but don't want to commit to a subscription?  Purchase the PDF for your own use!

Here's what is in this issue of the magazine:

Finding Your Irish Family Homeland

We’ve all been there. You want to jump the pond, but you aren’t sure where in Ireland your ancestors were from. Jim shares some tips on avoiding making assumptions and how to incorporate DNA into your research strategy and reactions from the original blog post. By Jim Ryan

What’s In a Name? For Those with Scottish Ancestors, A Lot of Confusion!

Your Scottish family can be challenging to figure out which Henry descends from which Henry. Christine expands upon her blog post with detailed examples of how your Scottish ancestors would pass along their family names. By Christine Woodcock

RootsTech 2016 Recap

Not everyone can get away to Salt Lake City for RootsTech so Shannon shares some of her experiences from this year’s conference. In her original series of blog posts she explored the conference and the many genealogists met. Learn about the exciting things to come with the FamilySearch Wiki and Findmypast too. By Shannon Combs-Bennett

 

Cemetery Deeds: They’re Land Records Too

One thing genealogists do with great regularity is locate where their ancestors are buried. But did you know that when the deceased is buried, a plot is purchased and records like deeds or a bill of sale are created. Michele explains why ignoring these records could mean overlooking important clues to your research. By Michelle Goodrum

 

Coloring Pages

 

Finding Living Family Members

It is easy to lose a connection with family, it could have happened a few generations back. The question is, how do we find the living family members?  Terri provides a few examples of how you can do this too. By Terri O’Connell

 

Genetics & Genealogy

Why should you consider testing your DNA?  Genetic testing is now a mainstay in the savvy genealogist’s toolbox. As with everything we do in genealogy, DNA testing is a tool to add to our arsenal. Learn the basics and terminology in this article by our resident expert Shannon. By Shannon Combs-Bennett

 

In Review

  • “Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the Secrets in My DNA” By Richard Hill Reviewed by Shannon Combs-Bennett
  • “When I Was Young: One family remembers 300 years of history” by James Dunbar Reviewed by Katie Andrews Potter
  • “Putting Your Ancestors in their Place ~ A Guide to One Place Studies” by Dr. Janet Few Reviewed by Julie Goucher
  • “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot Reviewed by Shannon Combs-Bennett 

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