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Unknown Cousins

One of the things that I like about FamilySearch is the ability to connect with living cousins that are updating information about my ancestors. I may not know these individuals, but it is easy to contact them with questions or additional information. This ability to connect with others is a really important aspect of ...

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Have you ever wanted to place an image inside a shape? Here is a fun Mother's Day project using a photo of your mother, and a heart shape. For Mother's Day, I thought it would be fun to take a nice photo of my mom and place it in a "heart shape". This is actually VERY easy to do with photoediting software. I have a tutorial on ...

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I was around in the 1970s, and even before that, so I consider myself "experienced" in having seen these changes. Back in those “older” days, everyone had their own private records kept in multiple file cabinet drawers. There was no real sharing of information. Do you remember those old thermal paper copy machines? I do. They ...

  1. I am a retired pediatrician who has a love for technology use in family history. I have been given a rich heritage of photos, old letters, stories, videos, and more from my ancestors. I love to preserve that heritage and share it with my two generations of posterity now. Sharing my ancestor's heritage as well as my own, with my posterity allows them to discover more about their own heritage as well.