Research around your brick wall with this quick genealogy tip

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In genealogy research, sometimes breaking through a brick wall requires researching around it. What this means is research the family members and in-laws of the ancestor you are stuck on in your family tree research. The documents on other family members may hold tidbits about the family that just help you break down that brick wall. (Note: Not affiliated with publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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Breaking down brick walls: A pro genealogist’s approach

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Professional genealogist Kathleen Brandt of a3 Genealogy shares her 3-pronged strategy for tackling difficult genealogy problems with Amy Johnson in this short video. (Note: Not affiliated with publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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Tips for any family search

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Long Lost Family hosts Chris Jacobs and Lisa Joyner share advice for those searching for long lost loved ones in this video by TLC. Be prepared for your worse case scenario and your best case scenario, they say, and think about what you want out of any search. (Note: Not affiliated with publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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Family history questions worth asking older relatives

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Family history interviews with older relatives are necessary to get started on a good genealogy research journey. These interviews are the foundation of any genealogy project. Watch this short video from YouTube channel Ancestral Findings for some interviewing tips and helpful questions you can ask your elderly relatives. (Note: Not affiliated with publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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6 techniques to find living relatives

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As genealogists, we tend to be pretty good about finding documents and information on our past ancestors. But what about finding living relatives? This video will provide 6 groups of techniques to consider in any search for living relatives. (Note: Not affiliated with publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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DNA structure and replication – a crash course!

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Hank, of YouTube channel CrashCourse, introduces us to that wondrous molecule deoxyribonucleic acid – also known as DNA – and explains how it replicates itself in our cells. (Note: Not affiliated with publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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What risks to consider before taking a DNA test

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Trying to find out about your ancestry? This video details some things to consider before you buy an at-home DNA testing kit. Your data, for instance, may wind up in the hands of a third party. Read the fine print before spitting into any test tube, says Gizmodo! (Note: Not affiliated with publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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Genetics 101 by National Geographic

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What is a genome, and how are traits passed from generation to generation? Learn how pea plants helped launch the study of genetics and how the field of genetics research has evolved over time in this video from National Geographic. (Note: Not affiliated with publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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How to interview your relatives for family history

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In this video from YouTube channel Road to Your Family History, find out how to prepare for an interview with relatives about your family history. Some basic questions should be covered in every interview and preparing ahead of time will give structure and help advance your genealogy research faster. (Note: Not affiliated with publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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How to make a family tree on Ancestry.com

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Ancestry enthusiast Andrea talks about her experience building her own family tree and how to build one on Ancestry.com. She gives advice on what to ask relatives and what you can do if you reach a dead end while researching living family members. (Note: Not affiliated with publisher i30 Media Corporation).

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