Free Updates

Let us tell you when new posts are added!

Email:

Navigation

Categories
August, 2014 (2)
July, 2014 (16)
June, 2014 (18)
May, 2014 (17)
April, 2014 (17)
March, 2014 (17)
February, 2014 (16)
January, 2014 (16)
December, 2013 (11)
November, 2013 (15)
October, 2013 (19)
September, 2013 (20)
August, 2013 (23)
July, 2013 (24)
June, 2013 (14)
May, 2013 (25)
April, 2013 (20)
March, 2013 (24)
February, 2013 (25)
January, 2013 (20)
December, 2012 (19)
November, 2012 (25)
October, 2012 (22)
September, 2012 (24)
August, 2012 (24)
July, 2012 (21)
June, 2012 (22)
May, 2012 (28)
April, 2012 (44)
March, 2012 (36)
February, 2012 (36)
January, 2012 (27)
December, 2011 (22)
November, 2011 (29)
October, 2011 (52)
September, 2011 (26)
August, 2011 (26)
July, 2011 (17)
June, 2011 (31)
May, 2011 (32)
April, 2011 (31)
March, 2011 (31)
February, 2011 (28)
January, 2011 (27)
December, 2010 (34)
November, 2010 (26)
October, 2010 (27)
September, 2010 (27)
August, 2010 (31)
July, 2010 (23)
June, 2010 (30)
May, 2010 (23)
April, 2010 (30)
March, 2010 (30)
February, 2010 (30)
January, 2010 (23)
December, 2009 (19)
November, 2009 (27)
October, 2009 (30)
September, 2009 (25)
August, 2009 (26)
July, 2009 (33)
June, 2009 (32)
May, 2009 (30)
April, 2009 (39)
March, 2009 (35)
February, 2009 (21)
January, 2009 (29)
December, 2008 (15)
November, 2008 (15)
October, 2008 (25)
September, 2008 (30)
August, 2008 (26)
July, 2008 (26)
June, 2008 (22)
May, 2008 (27)
April, 2008 (20)
March, 2008 (20)
February, 2008 (19)
January, 2008 (22)
December, 2007 (21)
November, 2007 (26)
October, 2007 (20)
September, 2007 (17)
August, 2007 (23)
July, 2007 (17)
June, 2007 (13)
May, 2007 (7)

Search

Archives

<August 2014>
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
272829303112
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31123456

More Links








# Wednesday, May 07, 2014
New Genealogy Webinar: Making MyHeritage Work for You
Posted by Diane

Much earlier than the Elvis came along in Tupelo, Miss., in 1935, a baby girl named Elvis was born in 1817 in England.

With the recent announcement from MyHeritage that the website now includes 5 billion historical records, folks there had fun searching the site for famous names—including James Bond, Elizabeth Taylor and others—in the site's birth, marriage, death, immigration, military and other collections. Fun facts they found are in an infographic on the MyHeritage blog.

MyHeritage, which also owns the World Vital Records and Geni websites, has quickly become a formidable family history resource. So quickly that many genealogists aren't familiar with the research potential in the site's record collections, Super Search search engine, Record Matching tools, and family trees.

Making MyHeritage Work For You Webinar

You can find out how to discover your ancestors with MyHeritage and its sister sites in our Making MyHeritage Work for You webinar with Gena Philibert-Ortega. It's happening Thursday, May 22, at 7 p.m. ET (6 p.m. CT, 5 p.m. MT, 4 p.m. PT). The webinar includes
  • a tour of the MyHeritage and World Vital Records historical record collections, photographs and family trees
  • how to use the Super Search and Record Detective features
  • how to use the site's tools to connect with cousins
  • how to create a family website, chart, timeline and calendar on MyHeritage
  • how to use Geni.com
Everyone who registers for the webinar will receive access to view the webinar again whenever you want, plus your own copy of the presentation slides. 

Learn more about the Making MyHeritage Work for You webinar here.


MyHeritage | Webinars
Wednesday, May 07, 2014 2:48:21 PM (Eastern Daylight Time, UTC-04:00)  #  Comments [1]
Friday, May 30, 2014 2:19:18 AM (Eastern Daylight Time, UTC-04:00)
Awesome information. Of course it has given me many things to consider as I update my website too. I appreciate it as that is great for me. doogee collo3 dg110 is a recommend phone selling well in my site,please come by and have a look.
Comments are closed.