Aug 15, 2016
Host Scott Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief
Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and
AmericanAncestors.com. Fisher and David discuss the problem
with the Australian census currently being taken, in part, on line.
Listen to the segment to hear the issue that may plague the United
States' next census in 2020. David then reveals that New York City
is hoping you will soon better appreciate their historic figure
statues by making them talk! How? Listen to the segment. Then the
guys will tell you how your communications may find their way into
the Library of Congress. (You won't believe this project!) David
then shares another terrific tip and free guest user database from
Next, Fisher visits with Craig Foster from FamilySearch.org. Craig shares some of the United Kingdom's fascinating courting and marriage customs from the 17th and 18th centuries and how and why they started and ended. Some of them came here to the United States. You'll want to hear this!
Kate Eakman of LegacyTree.com then returns to the show, sharing with Fisher the story of how she was able to identify several generations of the family of an adopted man's birth mother, who had been murdered years ago in Texas. The story is fascinating but the process should give you some ideas for your own research.
Tom Perry, the Preservation Authority from TMCPlace.com, then joins Fisher to reveal his full endorsement of a new product for editing your family videos. In the past Tom has lamented the demise of Cinematize which in its day had no equal. But according to Tom, this new product sends Cinematize back to the stone age! Listen to find out what it is, and how inexpensively you can obtain it.
That's all this week on Extreme Genes, America's Family History Show!