Grandpa’s Eyes and Grandma’s Hair: Tracing the Origin of Physical Traits with Genetic Genealogy - free webinar by Paul Woodbury now online for limited time

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The recording of today's webinar by Paul Woodbury, "Grandpa’s Eyes and Grandma’s Hair: Tracing the Origin of Physical Traits with Genetic Genealogy" is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.

Webinar Description

DNA is the underlying code for human life. Variations in this code result in the physical diversity observed between humans. While some physical traits are determined by just a few variations, many more are governed by several to hundreds of genes. Also, while we might point to one ancestor as the source of a particular trait, in fact many of our traits are determined by contributions from both our maternal and paternal ancestors. The interactions of these gene alleles and their products result in our unique physical characteristics. With chromosome mapping, we can also trace the origins of some of these traits and characteristics.

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Exploring Australian wills and probate - free webinar by Cathie Sherwood now online for limited time

Exploring Australian wills and probate - free webinar by Cathie Sherwood now online for limited time

The recording of today's webinar by Cathie Sherwood, "Death is not the end - litigation remains: Exploring Australian wills and probate" is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.

Webinar Description

Wills, intestacy files, inventories, letters of administration and other probate records provide family historians with a wealth of information. In Australia, most of these records are held in archives in each state or at the Supreme Court registry. This presentation reviews the types of records available, where they can be found and the family history details which can be extracted.

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If you could not make it to the live event or just want to watch it again, the 1 hour and 7 minute recording of "Death is not the end - litigation remains: Exploring Australian wills and probate" is now available to view in our webinar library for free. If you have a webinar membership, it is available anytime.

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Register for Webinar Wednesday - Grandpa’s Eyes and Grandma’s Hair: Tracing the Origin of Physical Traits with Genetic Genealogy by Paul Woodbury

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DNA is the underlying code for human life. Variations in this code result in the physical diversity observed between humans. While some physical traits are determined by just a few variations, many more are governed by several to hundreds of genes. Also, while we might point to one ancestor as the source of a particular trait, in fact many of our traits are determined by contributions from both our maternal and paternal ancestors. The interactions of these gene alleles and their products result in our unique physical characteristics. With chromosome mapping, we can also trace the origins of some of these traits and characteristics.
 
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PaulWoodbury-144x144From a young age, Paul Woodbury fell in love with genealogy research. To pursue his passion for this field, he studied genetics and family history at Brigham Young University. To aid in his desire to share his knowledge with others, he has also received a masters degree in instructional design and educational technology from the University of Utah. Paul currently works as a DNA team lead at Legacy Tree Genealogists where he has helped to solve hundreds of genetic genealogy cases. In addition to genetic genealogy, Paul specializes in French, Spanish, and Scandinavian research and regularly presents on topics for these areas.

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Wills, intestacy files, inventories, letters of administration and other probate records provide family historians with a wealth of information. In Australia, most of these records are held in archives in each state or at the Supreme Court registry. This presentation reviews the types of records available, where they can be found and the family history details which can be extracted.
 
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Who Wrote This? Analyzing a Diary (part 2)

If you remember from my lastpost, Starting Research: Analyzing a Diary, we were looking at how to analyze a diary to prepare for research. I suggested some things you may want to ask as you contemplate a diary analysis. Here's the process I followed for my analysis.

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Initial Analysis

I purchased the diary from eBay so there wasn’t much available for the provenance of the diary and I failed to ask the seller about the item to see if they had any additional materials from the estate. (This is a mistake I rarely make now. I always ask for details.)

The diary is a cloth-colored date-type book from 1927 that was given out by National Surety Company. It reminds me of a datebook where each date includes room to write appointments or other text. While the outside cover is damaged the inside is not except for missing pages that appear to have been torn out.

Inside the front cover in pencil is the name “Martha L Krentz." It’s possible this was the owner but I’m not sure if she is also the person who wrote in the diary. More on that later.

Entries are done in pencil and pen and although there is room to write something for each date in 1927, the entries do not correspond to particular dates and in some cases, they are dated several years before and after 1927. It’s not a chronological diary.

Entries include everything from vital record information (names, and dates) to everyday events, the weather, to money owed. There appears to be no “order” for these entries and some pages are blank. In some cases, there are pages torn out.

This diary isn’t what I typically think of when I think of a diary or journal. It’s not chronological and it doesn’t seem to have any kind of specific order. Although it does include some entries about what happened on a specific day, it also includes vital record information and even notations that are more worthy of a scratch piece of paper, such as adding up money owed. So with that, I need to start asking some research questions.

Questions

The name Martha L. Krentz appears on the inside cover. The first pre-printed page, January 1st, has the word Births handwritten and includes “Father John Beck” and “Mother Louisa Rottsted.” So it stands to reason that whoever wrote in this diary might be the child of these two parents. But it could also be the parents of a spouse. In addition, under their vital record information is a list of children, none of which are a Martha. However, she does make an appearance on a different page. So it’s important not to make assumptions and to instead note everything that is found.

January 1st Vital Records 1

I’m not convinced the diary writer is Martha because another page dated February 21, 1915 states “Herman, Martha, Irving, and I took walk through Cazenovia [?] park People were sitting in Park and Veranda.”

Martha goes out with Martin

Martha is referred to in other entries in the third person “Martha stopped work…Martha gave us.” It’s possible that the diary has two writers or Martha’s name on the inside cover is there for some other reason. We could try to analyze the writing to get some answers about whether the writing is done by one or two different people.

Silver wedding anniverary present from martha

This diary writer chronicled events important to her including the death of her husband and their 25th wedding anniversary. The two entries for the silver anniversary may provide us a clue to the diary writer. She writes that Martha gave “us a silver vase…engraved to Mother and Dad, December 20, 1930 and Irvings and Martha’s Picture framed.” If Martha L Krentz is the daughter of the diary writer? Researching Martha might give us the name of the writer if it is indeed not Martha herself.

Continued work on this diary would include transcribing and/or abstracting and then research. Because the diary is rich in names and dates, it’s possible it provides genealogical information that could be researched and verified and ultimately, perhaps, lead to the whereabouts of a descendant.

Surnames found in this diary include:

  • Krentz
  • Beck
  • Rottsted
  • Mitchell
  • Gissert
  • Galligar
  • Radimacher
  • Wendt
  • Eberhardt
  • Wells
  • Libeck
  • Lynch
  • Engle
  • Kepchen
  • Dietzel

In this 2nd analysis step, we can spend time writing down what we know and don’t know so we start to ask research questions. Some of my questions include:

  • Who is Martha L Krentz (and is Krentz her maiden or married name)?
  • Who is the diary writer?
  • Are the listed parents on the first page the diary writer's parents?
  • What city is the diary writer in?

If you’re interested in learning more about using diaries and letters in historical/genealogical research, see Making Sense of Letters and Diaries by Steven Stowe.

What have I missed? What questions do you have? What experiences with historical diaries do you have? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

 

Gena Philibert-Ortega is an author, instructor, and researcher. She blogs at Gena's Genealogy and Food.Family.Ephemera. You can find her presentations on the Legacy Family Tree Webinars website.

 


New TechZone Video - How to Record Virtual Presentations via Zoom by Michelle Leonard

New TechZone Video - How to Record Virtual Presentations via Zoom by Michelle Leonard

Every Friday we're pleased to offer Legacy Family Tree Webinar members a new, short ten minute or less TechZone video just for them! This Friday enjoy "How to Record Virtual Presentations via Zoom" by Michelle Leonard.

How to Record Virtual Presentations via Zoom

Learn how to use the Zoom app (free version) to record virtual presentations.

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About the Presenter

Michelle Leonard is a Scottish professional genealogist, DNA detective, freelance researcher, speaker, author and historian. She runs her own genealogy and DNA consultancy business, Genes & Genealogy, and specialises in DNA Detective work particularly the solving of adoption, unknown parentage and all manner of unknown ancestor mysteries using a   Michelle Leonardcombination of DNA expertise and conventional research methods.  She also undertakes traditional family history research, living relative tracing, historical and television research, media consultation, the creation of bespoke family history books, podcasts, article, blog and book writing, tutoring, lecturing, webinars and speaking engagements. She is a regular speaker at major genealogy events such as Rootstech, The Genealogy Show, Family Tree Live, Back To Our Past and Who Do You Think You Are? Live as well as a co-author of "Tracing Your Ancestors Using DNA: A Guide For Family Historians" which was published in June 2019.

Additionally Michelle is the official genetic genealogist of ancestryhour.co.uk and is one of the hosts of the hour itself: #AncestryHour takes place on Twitter each Tuesday evening from 7-8pm GMT and Michelle is usually on hand to answer any #DNA queries that arise. She also spent several years working on the ground-breaking Fromelles Genealogy Project tracking down appropriate DNA donors to identify WWI soldiers buried in a mass grave in France and served as the Genealogical Consultant on the official Fromelles documentary. She regularly works on new historic soldier cases when battlefield remains are found and DNA testing is conducted.

Michelle holds an M.A. in English and Modern History from the University of St Andrews and a PgCert in Genealogical, Palaeographic and Heraldic Studies from the University of Strathclyde. She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG), the Scottish Genealogy Network (SGN), the Society of Genealogists (SOG) and the International Society of Genetic Genealogy (ISOGG). You can find out more about Michelle on her Genes & Genealogy Facebook page and you can follow her on Twitter.

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Top 10 genealogy webinars - June 2021

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We've tallied the numbers and made a list of the Top 10 FamilyTreeWebinars.com classes for June 2021! Are your favorite topics or instructors among the list? Need something new to learn? Use the list to get inspired!

Each month thousands of Legacy Family Tree Webinar subscribers head for the library to learn new skills and techniques to help improve their genealogy research. Among the now-1,539 genealogy classes in the members-only library, these were the most frequently played during the month of June 2021.  They aren't necessarily the newest classes but rather the topics that were sought out by our members.

Have you seen any of these classes? Are these among your favorites too? Some of these classes (and topics) might be new to you! Get inspired to learn more and make your genealogy journey more fun!

The Top 10 for June 2021

1. They Had Names: Identifying Children Represented by Tick Marks in Pre-1850 Censuses by Denise E. Cross, MSLIS, CG

2. DNA Downer: Strategies for Dealing with DNA Fatigue by Blaine Bettinger, Ph.D., J.D.

3. 'What are the Odds?' An online tool that can help solve DNA puzzles by Jonny Perl

4. The Paternal Ten: Searching for Missing Heirs by Claire Ammon, CG

5. Online Sources for Scottish Genealogy Research by Christine Woodcock

6. An Introduction to DNA Painter by Jonny Perl

7. Solving Family Mysteries with mtDNA Projects by Mags Gaulden

8. How Testing Multiple Relatives Can Turbocharge Your DNA Research by Michelle Leonard

9. Ngā aho tāne o Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa: Revitalising connections across the Pacific with Big Y by Elena Fowler

10. Notion for Genealogists by Lisa Alzo

The Runner-Ups

11. Advanced DNA Features on MyHeritage by Ofer Karp

12. Convert Paper Files to Digital Using ScanSnap (TechZone) by Diane Boumenot

13. 50 Records that Document Female Ancestors by Gena Philibert-Ortega

14. Four ways DNA Painter can help with your family history research by Jonny Perl

15. Top tips for reviewing Smart Matches™ and Record Matches by Daniel Horowitz

16. FamilySearch.org - 10 Links You Have to Try by Devin Ashby

17. New breakthroughs in MyHeritage's photo tools by Tal Erlichman

18. What is WATO? (TechZone) by Michelle Leonard

19. What do MyHeritage AutoClusters Tell Me? (TechZone) by Paul Woodbury

20. What to Call That German Place? by James M. Beidler

The 2nd Runner-Ups

21. Latest updates to MyHeritage Genetic Groups by Daniel Horowitz

22. Discover the new Legacy Family Tree 9 by Geoff Rasmussen

23. New England’s ‘Seventh State’: Life along the coast by B.J. Jamieson

24. Solving a Brick Wall with DNA – A Case Study by Larry W. Thomas

25. Get it Together! 5 Tips to Make Google Calendar Work for You (TechZone) by Cheri Hudson Passey

26. Record As You Go, Cite As You Go, & File As You Go by Cyndi Ingle

27. Turning Raw Information into Evidence: Tips for Drawing and Explaining Conclusions by J. H. (Jay) Fonkert, CG

28. Using DNA to Solve Adoption and Unknown Parentage Mysteries by Michelle Leonard

29. Angel Island's Immigrants from 80 Countries: Stories from the West Coast Counterpart to Ellis Island by Grant Din

30. 3 Ways to Advance Your Research with Correlation by Shannon Green, CG

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Genealogy for Houses - free webinar by Jeanie F. Glaser now online for limited time

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The recording of today's webinar by Jeanie F. Glaser, "Genealogy for Houses" is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.

Webinar Description

Learn how to read the features of a building as a multi-layered story and interpret them in a historical and ethnocultural context. Discover documentation from a wide variety of sources that will bring life and identity to your understanding of your four (or more!) walls. Questions we’ll learn how to answer include: How old is that house? Who built it and who lived there subsequently? Who added that wing in the back? Who did that weird thing to the floor, and why? Examples will focus on early vernacular dwellings from the mid-Atlantic region of the US, but the methods discussed can be applied throughout the United States to buildings of residential, ancillary, commercial, or industrial use.

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If you could not make it to the live event or just want to watch it again, the 1 hour and 17 minute recording of "Genealogy for Houses" is now available to view in our webinar library for free. If you have a webinar membership, it is available anytime.

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Learn how to read the features of a building as a multi-layered story and interpret them in a historical and ethnocultural context. Discover documentation from a wide variety of sources that will bring life and identity to your understanding of your four (or more!) walls. Questions we’ll learn how to answer include: How old is that house? Who built it and who lived there subsequently? Who added that wing in the back? Who did that weird thing to the floor, and why? Examples will focus on early vernacular dwellings from the mid-Atlantic region of the US, but the methods discussed can be applied throughout the United States to buildings of residential, ancillary, commercial, or industrial use.
 
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JeanieGlaser-144x144Tired of asking her mother to explain how she was related to a family member she called “Aunt” (but was actually first cousin once removed to); Jeanie sat down and began building her family tree a decade ago. If you’re reading this, you know what happened next. Ever since, Jeanie has been enraptured by her uniquely American tapestry of family history. She is an 11th generation Pennsylvania Dutch descendant, living in the same county as her 7th great-grandparents; she’s also the descendant of 20th century Italian immigrants, Quakers, Huguenots, Highland Scots, and Africans enslaved in New York, Virginia, and the Carolinas. Jeanie’s undergraduate major in Philosophy at Swarthmore College honed her capacity to evaluate evidence and the strength of arguments, which are critical skills in genealogical work. A concentration in Art History cultivated her enduring fascination with the history of the built environment around her. Jeanie’s enthusiasm for peeling back the many layers of a house or landscape is nourished by the experience of sharing the stories found within each layer and seeing how those stories richen others’ perceptions of their own homes and surroundings, which previously seemed so ordinary and unremarkable. Jeanie is a professional genealogist and house historian, a member of APG and NGS, and volunteers her time in various capacities with multiple historical and preservation organizations.

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New "Bonus" Webinar - Key Online Record Collections for Researching Your Mexican Ancestors by Colleen Robledo Greene, MLIS

New "Bonus" Webinar - Key Online Record Collections for Researching Your Mexican Ancestors by Colleen Robledo Greene, MLIS

On the last Friday of each month, we're pleased to offer Legacy Family Tree Webinar subscribers a new bonus webinar just for them!   This month enjoy "Key Online Record Collections for Researching Your Mexican Ancestors" by Colleen Robledo Greene, MLIS. 

Key Online Record Collections for Researching Your Mexican Ancestors

This lecture provides an overview of the key record collections available online to research your Mexican and Mexican-American ancestors.

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Colleen Robledo GreeneColleen Robledo Greene, MLIS, is an academic librarian, college educator, and web developer who has been researching her family history since 1997. She is the Digital Literacy Librarian at California State University, Fullerton, and also teaches an online graduate-level genealogical research methods course for San Jose State University. Colleen is a nationally recognized speaker and educator specializing in methodology, Mexican & Hispanic research, libraries and archives, technology, and society communications.

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