Genealogical Proof Standards – Updated

Hey everyone… the Board for Certification of Genealogist has updated the GPS Standards book.   GPS for those who aren’t aware, is the Genealogical Proof Standards that all genealogists should be working to maintain for all family research.  The GPS was developed to help all genealogist have the same set of standards and improve the quality of family history research for both professionals and hobbyist.  These are just good habits to get into from the start.  Hot off the press, this little book is affordable at $14.95.  Click the image to get your copy.

Genealogy in Edgecombe County, NC – Two Part Video Series

Two-Part Video Series

In this two-part episode “Genealogy in Edgecombe County, North Carolina,” learn about all the family history resources from our NC Ancestry guest, Program Director of Historic Preservation at Edgecombe Community College, Monika S. Fleming.  A special thanks to Monika for the time, some of the images, and reviewing these videos.

Get a PDF of the Show Notes Here – Edgecombe County, NC – Resources for Genealogist



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Genealogy Workshop at the North Carolina Archives

Learn from the experts while attending a week long workshop at the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh, from professional genealogists Diane L. Richard and Victoria P. Young. Get a week long personalized education from some of the best genealogists in the state.

For more information go to here.


Photo Restoration

In case you’ve not see the Photo Restoration Series on Genealogy TV… here’s the link to the playlist.

This is a seven part series demonstrating, step by step, how to restore old family photos using Adobe Photoshop CC.

Five of the seven videos have uploaded already.  Part 6 uploads on 1-18-19 and the final Part 7 uploads on 1-25-19.

Have You Seen Genealogy TV?

Check it out!  Click the logo to go to Genealogy TV on YouTube or go to   Genealogy TV has free genealogy videos uploading at least once a week.  These videos range in topic and skill levels from beginner to advanced.

Make sure you look a the playlist for videos grouped by categories.  The “Learn Genealogy” series, in the playlists, are designed for beginners.  The “footnotes” series are interviews with the experts on a variety of subjects.  There is a very popular photo restoration series, as well as a DNA series, census records, jumping the pond, cluster genealogy and much more.  New videos every week!

Also, make sure you subscribe (it’s free and there is no hidden tricks or anything) and ring the bell so you get notified each time a video uploads.  If you don’t have a Google account,  you’ll need to create one, free and easy too.  If you need help, go here.

Lastly Genealogy TV is on Facebook too!

Thanks for watching Genealogy TV.

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