Today, RootsMagic launches a free update to RootsMagic 7 with TreeShare™ for Ancestry. From within RootsMagic 7, as an existing Ancestry subscriber, you have access to your Ancestry Hints and the ability to share and synchronize data with your Ancestry online trees.
As a courtesy to Ancestry’s subscribers, RootsMagic is offering the full version of their software with a free eBook for only $20 (regularly $44.90). This offer is available to Ancestry subscribers through July 31, 2017.
Get the details at Ancestry.com.
Do you know the difference between nicknamesa and diminutives? Michael John Neill does. Details at Genealogy Tip of the Day.
From The Family Curator . . .
Do you have a family history photo book on your To Do List? Summertime is a great time to tackle this project, and more fun if you’re working with other people doing the same thing. Starting next week, I’ll be hosting a Genealogy Scan Along at The Family Curator website with tutorials and tips to create a family history photo book.
Source: Join Me for the Genealogy Scan Along
A well-researched and comprehensive guide that walks you through all phases of a writing/publishing project. It’s full of ideas and resources to help define, write and publish a family history.
Kindle Unlimited members can borrow this book at no cost.
Obituaries may be morbid, but they can be a great way to learn more about our ancestors. Oftentimes, you’ll find fascinating details about your relatives like interesting hobbies, causes of death – or in the case of a GenealogyBank obituary I recently came across, a detailed family history.
Source: Mayflower Genealogy: Use Obituaries to Find Interesting Details about Relatives