Family Tree Magazine Podcast
In this episode, join our host Lisa Louise Cooke and her guests as they discuss strategies for researching indentured servants, websites for Jewish genealogy research and so much more.
This month's podcast features an in-depth look at the vast genealogy resources available at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Librarian Allison Singleton joins Lisa to discuss how this library can help anyone on their genealogy jo...
In this episode, Lisa and her guests explore records and resources for tracing Irish ancestry. Plus, our DNA expert explains how to interpret your ethnicity results.
The biggest genealogy event of the year has gone virtual! Lisa talks with RootsTech’s Jen Allen to see what participants can expect from RootsTech Connect. Plus, our DNA expert sheds some light on re-testing,
In this episode, we're bringing you some of our favorite free genealogy resources and money-saving tips so you can start your year off strong (without breaking the bank).
Lisa interviews author Annette Gendler about how to address difficult or uncomfortable information when writing your family's history. Plus, tips from our DNA expert on how to persuade relatives to take a DNA test,
Author Chris Child joins Lisa to discuss strategies for discovering Mayflower ancestors. Plus, our DNA expert is back to talk about how to understand missing or unexpected matches.
Author Joy Neighbors joins Lisa to talk about cemetery research and how you can use gravestone symbols to discover more about your ancestors. Plus, our DNA experts discusses testing deceased relatives and we explore strategies for success on Find a Grave.
In this episode, we're celebrating the release of the 1940 census with tips, websites and resources you can use in your research.
In this month’s episode, Lisa talks with genealogist and librarian Daniel Klein about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected genealogy research and what genealogy will look like in the future.