Created: Monday, 27 February 2017 18:21
Updates and Changes to Our Website
Marriage Database Back Online
We recently moved our website to a new host on the web. When this move happened, it broke the searchable tables for Marriage Records and our Tombstone Database. Effective today, the Orange County (FL) Marriage Records are back online and are searchable using advanced searches and filters. Note that these records date to when many of the surrounding counties were considered Orange County.
Tombstone / Cemetery Project
Meeting Notes Moved on Website
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Created: Thursday, 23 February 2017 18:14
The Big 4: Comparing Ancestry, Findmypast, FamilySearch and MyHeritage
By Dick Eastman · February 21, 2017
You may have asked, "Which is the best online genealogy service for me to use?" Or perhaps you want to know the best two or three services. Sunny Morton gave a presentation about these four online powerhouses at the recent RootsTech2017 conference that may answer your questions.
The one-hour four-minute presentation was videotaped and is now available as a video on the RootsTech.org web site. I suspect this video will answer most of your questions. Topics covered include cost, record types, geographic coverage, genetic testing, DNA matching, search flexibility, languages supported, mobile-friendly, automated matching, and a lot more. Sunny provides the most information about these four sites that I have ever seen in any other one document or video.
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