Familysearch.org are run by the LDS church (or "Mormons" as they are also called), where family research is an important part of their faith. The LDS Church has the largest family history library in the world. This is located in Salt Lake City - a city i have fallen in love with and been to many times. They have genealogical centers all over the world, and as seen on the map in the link, there are more in Norway.
For anyone who researches in Södertälje and surroundings, we are now pleased to announce. Our registers "Born, part of Södermanland", "Vigda, part of Södermanland" and "Dead, part of Södermanland" have now been expanded with twelve parishes from Södertälje and surrounding areas (certainly located in Stockholm County, but in the Sodermanland province).
The following congregations have been added to the register: Hölö Mörkö Södertälje National Assembly Södertälje Township Taxinge Turinge
Our genealogists are lucky to have census. But people make mistakes. Remember the old saying: "Hiding is human, forgiving divine." The genealogy version could be: "Hiding is human, correcting is genealogical."
Each family historian and genealogist knows that family trees can contain mistakes.
This chapter about DNA bases is a guest entry from Legacy Tree Genealogists about how to get the most out of MyHeritage's chromosome reader. It's an exciting tool that can help "break through brick walls", enlarge your family tree and fully utilize your DNA matching list.What is a chromosome reader?
The chromosome reader is a tool that lets you see the unique DNA segments or DNA sequences on chromosomes that are shared between you and a genetic match or set of genetic matches.
The Following is a Plus Edition article underwritten by and copyright by Dick Eastman.
"ISBN" stands for "International Standard Book Number." An ISBN number is an ISO standard and is normally found in all books published in the United States since 1970 and on many books published in other countries as well. Technically, an ISBN number is not a requirement for any book; Du kan utgive bøger uden sådan et nummer.
Several months ago, genealogy company 23andMe Inc. filed a lawsuit against rival Ancestry.com claiming false advertising and patent infringement. 23andMe asked the courts to invalidate the "Ancestry" trademark. The lawsuit claims Ancestry sells a DNA-based ancestry test that violates 23andMe's patent. See my earlier article at http://bit.ly/2L9ewBC for the details.
In court yesterday, Ancestry told a California federal judge that the patent is invalid under the US