Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

5/3/2007

Internet databases, DNA testing make modern genealogy an extreme pursuit

He was sitting in his home office in Orem, Utah. Four of the cousins were in England. One was in Australia, another in South Africa. A few more joined in from other parts of North America.

Drew is one of a new breed of genealogists who are doing things that would have been impossible in the not-so-distant era of dusty archives and whirring microfilm readers. He has found so many of his relatives that he needs a computer database to keep track of them all — all 1.7 million of them. for more click here

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