The holidays are the perfect time to think about your family tree – all the talk of days gone by around the Christmas dinner table and meeting up with family you don’t see at other times of the year. We’ve got some exciting news for you: this year we’re taking part in Start Your Family […]
genealogists29th November 2013
Just in case you missed the family history Q&A with our very own D. Josh Taylor AMA on Reddit, here is the recap of all the questions and answers. This was the second findmypast.com live Q&A where anybody was welcome to present their questions to Josh for expert advice on various subjects in family history […]
We had a great turn out to our Twitter Q&A on April 15 with many great questions. Here is a recap of the live chat our followers had with our resident expert, D. Joshua Taylor:
We spend so much of our time looking to the past, let’s take a moment for the future – FGS 2013 Conference in August! For those of you not familiar, this is a fantastic event for the US genealogy community. The findmypast team even held the conference’s first karaoke party in 2012 and the attendees […]
FMP US resident expert, Joshua Taylor, chats about the upcoming conference, Rootstech. Listen in on what you can expect this year in Salt Lake City and why family history conferences are great for everybody, not just pros and tech developers!
Want to know more about the new collection of British newspapers on findmypast.com? Listen to Josh Taylor discuss what you can expect with this unprecedented collection. CONTENTS 1:25: The digitization of the collection in partnership with the British Library 2:10: The importance of British newspapers and family history 4:09: Example of what you can find […]
Born between 1976 and 2001, Generation Y is known for being a uniquely sophisticated and tech savvy age group that has just entered adulthood. As one of the most diverse and constantly evolving communities in American history, ‘Gen Yers’ are quick to evolve, fiercely competitive and often transcend expectation. Many believe that having grown up […]