Blessed Resurrection Sunday, or Easter for those who prefer. May today be a remembrance of what Christ did for us on the cross.
If you are wanting to do an AncestryDNA test, it is on sale for $79. I did not see the sale price when I went to the DNA page, but after logging in, the sale price was listed. These sales … Continue reading
Update: Found a sixth one. For my Jewish friends and in celebration of Hanukkah or if you prefer Chanukkah or Chanukah ( חנוכה). From the largest to the smallest menorahs, here are five must see menorahs. http://www.buzzfeed.com/fellowshipofchristiansandjews/5-must-see-menorahs-o2bg Also saved to … Continue reading
Ancestry.com announced the release of an Android app for Find-A-Grave. Ancestry released an Apple version of the app back in March. In the middle of a sleet/snow event here so I won’t have much time to check it for now. … Continue reading
I received an e-mail announcement from Richard Hill that the Kindle version of his book Guide to DNA Testing: How to Identify Ancestors, Confirm Relationships, and Measure Ethnic Ancestry through DNA Testing [Kindle Edition] is available free for the next five … Continue reading
Update: Sale is live now. Not seeing the Mystery Reward button. FamilyTreeDNA announced its 2014 Holiday Sale; sale ends 31 December 2014 (US Central Time). The sale includes weekly mystery rewards. From the e-mail FTDNA sent out Also, remember … Continue reading
As announced by FamilySearch, they are ending the photoduplication service as of 05 December 2014. They will process existing orders, but will not be accepting new orders at that time. This was a great service. It allowed you to order up … Continue reading
Ancestry updated its DNA results. I noticed it when I logged in this morning. I am still checking it out and plan on writing a detailed review later. For now, here is what the new page looks like. I stopped … Continue reading