Click to Share
 
 
  1. Latest News
  2. Submit Press Release
  1. PR Home
  2. Latest News
  3. Feeds
  4. Alerts
  5. Submit Free Press Release
  6. Journalist Account
  7. PRNewswire Distribution

genealogy Press Releases

  + XML/RSS  



By Wise Media Group
Are you an adoptee or a genealogist who seeks answers about your genetic background?

By Telos Training, Inc.
Pre-Thanksgiving harvest celebration, conference to explore how urban gardens and women storytellers can solve our health and economic crisis.

By Gather at the Table
Genealogist and writer, Sharon Leslie Morgan, will visit Macon to present her book Gather at the Table: The Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade (Beacon Press, 2012).

By DTR Inc.
The review is from is an Amazon verified purchase. The reviewer, Rosemarie, has reviewed almost thirty items with reviews ranging from one to five stars.

By DTR Inc.
The look inside feature for Rock Trees; The Beatles - Volume 1: The Paul McCartney Tree is now up and running on Amazon.

By Debra Lape
looking for lizzie – the true story of an ohio madam, her sporting life and hidden legacy by debra lape New nonfiction book about a story that wouldn’t stay buried.

By DTR Inc.
The book is a music genealogy book; linking 1,550 bands/artists to The Beatles using the Six Degrees of Separation Theory.

By OCLC
Researchers can find libraries that hold needed information no matter where they start their search

By David fiske
Northup biographer David Fiske will join host Jane E. Wilcox to talk about the book he co-authored, Solomon Northup: The Complete Story of the Author of Twelve Years a Slave.

By Empire Precision
Author Daniel Diaz III©™ has released a new book documenting his family’s history in Gouverneur, New York. A Nerd Certified™ work details stories that cover early American history titled The THOMPSONS of Gouverneur, second edition.

By Burke's Peerage Limited
All assets and intellectual property of Burke's Peerage, established 187 years ago by John Burke, are now owned by Burke's Peerage Limited (a company registered in the Isle of Man)

By Unlock the Past
Unlock the Past announces Unlock the Past Cruises, an international program of history and genealogy cruises. This expanded cruise commitment follows on from the success of the first three Unlock the Past cruises.

By Maple Creek Media
Murder mystery fans will rejoice in reading Connie White's newest novel that intertwines the investigation of a professor’s murder with the unprepared discovery of a family’s buried secrets.

By Our Black Ancestry
OurBlackAncestry.com (OBA) today launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds to build their existing portal into a subscriber based destination for African Americans seeking to discover ancestral roots in slavery.

By David Fiske
David Fiske specializes in genealogy, document retrieval, and local history research in Saratoga, Washington, and Warren Counties in New York State.

By Narrative Network
Book launch by authors of Gather at the Table: The Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade chronicles a shared journey toward race reconciliation.

By Saving Memories Forever
Taipei Taiwan User Utilizes New Approach to Saving and Sharing Family History Through Audio Recordings

By A Parcel of Ribbons - Anne M Powers
Amateur genealogist Anne M Powers has published a fascinating and true study of life in the 18th century sugar plantations of Jamaica and mercantile London. Told through private letters the book follows one family through times of slavery and fortune

By Kristine Harrison
Two enormous ancestral history eBooks have just become available today from MPC, Inc. They are almost certainly the largest digital books in the fields of both genealogy and history, and probably the largest digital books in any field.

By Tina Sansone
Forensic Genealogy News just released their January 2012 newsletter.

All Press Releases

By Wise Media Group
Are you an adoptee or a genealogist who seeks answers about your genetic background?

By Telos Training, Inc.
Pre-Thanksgiving harvest celebration, conference to explore how urban gardens and women storytellers can solve our health and economic crisis.

By Gather at the Table
Genealogist and writer, Sharon Leslie Morgan, will visit Macon to present her book Gather at the Table: The Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade (Beacon Press, 2012).

By DTR Inc.
The review is from is an Amazon verified purchase. The reviewer, Rosemarie, has reviewed almost thirty items with reviews ranging from one to five stars.

By DTR Inc.
The look inside feature for Rock Trees; The Beatles - Volume 1: The Paul McCartney Tree is now up and running on Amazon.

By Debra Lape
looking for lizzie – the true story of an ohio madam, her sporting life and hidden legacy by debra lape New nonfiction book about a story that wouldn’t stay buried.

By DTR Inc.
The book is a music genealogy book; linking 1,550 bands/artists to The Beatles using the Six Degrees of Separation Theory.

By Irish Heritage Club
Renowned Irish Geneticist Unlocks Ancestral Heritage with DNA testing

By OCLC
Researchers can find libraries that hold needed information no matter where they start their search

By David fiske
Northup biographer David Fiske will join host Jane E. Wilcox to talk about the book he co-authored, Solomon Northup: The Complete Story of the Author of Twelve Years a Slave.

By Book Marketing International
Book Marketing International announced today a new self publishing memoir service. Everyone has a story to tell, and more and more people are writing their memoir as a way to leave behind their legacy.

By The Heritage Seekers
No Longer Forgotten: The Voices of Our Ancestors Speak examines little known events of a South Carolina town

By Empire Precision
Author Daniel Diaz III©™ has released a new book documenting his family’s history in Gouverneur, New York. A Nerd Certified™ work details stories that cover early American history titled The THOMPSONS of Gouverneur, second edition.

By Burke's Peerage Limited
All assets and intellectual property of Burke's Peerage, established 187 years ago by John Burke, are now owned by Burke's Peerage Limited (a company registered in the Isle of Man)

By Unlock the Past
Unlock the Past announces Unlock the Past Cruises, an international program of history and genealogy cruises. This expanded cruise commitment follows on from the success of the first three Unlock the Past cruises.

By Maple Creek Media
Murder mystery fans will rejoice in reading Connie White's newest novel that intertwines the investigation of a professor’s murder with the unprepared discovery of a family’s buried secrets.

By Our Black Ancestry
OurBlackAncestry.com (OBA) today launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds to build their existing portal into a subscriber based destination for African Americans seeking to discover ancestral roots in slavery.

By Oliver Wolcott Library
In this presentation, Sheila Lafferty will teach you how to begin as well as expand your family history by using Ancestry.com, FamilySearch.org, and HeritageQuest.com.

By David Fiske
David Fiske specializes in genealogy, document retrieval, and local history research in Saratoga, Washington, and Warren Counties in New York State.

By Legacy Stories
The living history of the 20th century is at risk of being lost. The Living Legacy Project embarks on a massive effort to save it before it is lost forever.

By Narrative Network
Book launch by authors of Gather at the Table: The Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade chronicles a shared journey toward race reconciliation.

By Forever Studios
Creative media production studio opens it doors with a passion for helping families preserve their histories.

By Saving Memories Forever
Taipei Taiwan User Utilizes New Approach to Saving and Sharing Family History Through Audio Recordings

By Wickman Historical Consultants
We research your Revolutionary War through Spanish-American War ancestors in order to provide you with a clear and concise history of their wartime experiences, in a one of a kind softcover book for your family to cherish for generations to come!

By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
The Family History Fair at the North Carolina State Library will provide information and guidance for experienced family history researchers and beginners alike. It is part of the Library’s ongoing 200th birthday celebration in 2012.

By FHISO
RootsMagic to be a founding member of Family History Information Standards Organisation (FHISO)

By A Parcel of Ribbons - Anne M Powers
Amateur genealogist Anne M Powers has published a fascinating and true study of life in the 18th century sugar plantations of Jamaica and mercantile London. Told through private letters the book follows one family through times of slavery and fortune

By Strategic Book Group
Historical Fiction Uses Genealogy to Trace African American and Native American Connections. Geared Toward Readers Ages 8 and Up.

By MyHeritage
World’s largest family network moves into pole position: completes publishing all 3.8 million images of the 1940 U.S. Census, while its searchable index kick-starts easy discoveries

By John Paul Godges
Selling at a steady clip, Oh, Beautiful: An American Family in the 20th Century rose to #3 on the Amazon bestseller list this past week for paperbacks in the category of U.S. genealogy.

By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
Country music and television star Reba McEntire learned about her ancestors' history in North Carolina through genealogical research at the North Carolina State Archives for an NBC television show.

By Society of Certified Senior Advisors
Discovering family history while simultaneously exploring distant lands gives seniors something to write home about. Tourism companies are developing programs with this in mind as they offer the senior population an easy road to genealogical travel.

By Fraser & Fraser
“Obviously I’m devastated about poor, old, great aunt Irene… but sorry, did you say £4.7million?”. You get a call, something about an inheritance from a long-lost aunt. Is this the opportunity you‘ve been dreaming off..?

By Kristine Harrison
Two enormous ancestral history eBooks have just become available today from MPC, Inc. They are almost certainly the largest digital books in the fields of both genealogy and history, and probably the largest digital books in any field.

By Tina Sansone
Forensic Genealogy News just released their January 2012 newsletter.

By Biff Barnes
Nancy and Biff Barnes, managing editors from Stories To Tell, will join host Thomas MacEntee on GeneaBloggers Radio, at 8:00 p.m. (CST) Friday, December 16th to discuss the question, “Do Books Still Matter in Genealogy?”

By Harvey E. Morse
Harvey E. Morse, authored a chapter in the book, “Advanced Private Investigation,” on locating missing heirs. Mr. Morse’s family has continuously served the legal community since 1939, helping to locate missing and unknown heirs.

By Elaine Fitch
Elaine Morrison Fitch is pleased to announce that The 1879 Dubuque Iowa Times is now available on Amazon's Kindle and Barnes and Noble's Nook Reader

By The Porfessional Writing Academy
How to Write Your Family History is a new app that uses tried-and-tested teaching methods to help you turn the extraordinary lives of your ancestors into compelling stories - for fun, for publication and for posterity.

By Nik Walker
Nik Walker, Director of Harrisons Research & Genealogy responds to STEP briefing on Genealogist Fees

By ArchivesInfo
Do you keep "everything" in fear of tossing something "valuable"? Do you know the best formats for digital items? What do you want people to remember about you? A new book will help you ponder this to create & maintain your personal family archive.

By John Paul Godges
Lynn Palermo, also known as The Armchair Genealogist, asked author John Paul Godges for tips about writing and publishing a family memoir and also about involving family members.

By Biff Barnes, Editor, Stories To Tell
Editors Nancy and Biff Barnes will help genealogists and family historians turn their research into books at the Northern California Family History Friday, October 7 and Saturday October 8 in San Mateo.

By Melissa Mannon
How will people remember you when you are gone? How do you want to be remembered? ArchivesInfo announces the release of a new book to help you thoughtfully create and maintain recorded information that describes your life and helps mold your legacy.

By A.V. Harrison Publishing
One of the presenters at 'Write On The Sound' writers conference will be Emily Hill, a coach for writers who wish to self-publish. Here, on the eve of that conference, Ms. Hill reveals how she assists - via internet - those writers in her footsteps.

By Elaine Morrison Fitch
Elaine Morrison Fitch is pleased to announce that her book, The Philadelphia Repository, 1803 is now available on both the Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble Nook Reader formats.

By John Paul Godges
Excavating his family history led author John Paul Godges to discover that the immigrant experience of today is very similar to that of a century ago, he explained to Lisa Louise Cooke, host of the “Genealogy Gems” podcast.

By A. V. Harrison Publishing
Baltimore holds a secret that is nearly 150 years old. It is the identity of ‘a lady, married to a Union officer’ whose testimony before a Civil War military commission saved the life of Confederate blockade runner, Colonel C. T. Jenkins.

By Federation of Genealogical Societies
The Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) announces its new free mobile app which allows members, genealogists and family historians keep up with the latest FGS news as well as events and services.

By Code_IT Barcodes
Code_IT Legacy, offers QR plaques that can be affixed to a gravestone to tell the stories of the person buried there. When scanned with a smartphone, you see pictures, videos, memories, stories, genealogy information, donation pages, and much more.



Page:

Page updated every 10 minutes


  1. SiteMap
  2. Contact PRLog
  3. Privacy Policy
  4. Terms of Service
  5. Copyright Notice
  6. About
  7. Advertise
Like PRLog?
9K2K1K
Click to Share