In this week's Roundup: A PBS documentary about Tuskegee airman CPT Lawrence Everett Dickson, facial recognition technology, and more...
This week: An orphaned heirloom returns to its roots, an app that will let you take a selfie with a deceased ancestor, an African American Colonel who has traced his family history back to 1634 and shared, "I needed to know my own family history to motivate me to do the things in my life. You need to know where you come from. This is something that I can pass onto my children and grandchildren," WDYTYA goodies, and much more!
This week: Commemorating the 125th anniversary of Annie Moore and Ellis Island, a hoard of gold found inside a donated piano, two genealogy-themed TV series to air soon, and much more!
Television producers frequently reach out to pick my brains about forthcoming shows, and I generally do my best to help because I have a conspicuous bias: I’d like to see as much genealogy on air as possible. But yesterday I received an inquiry that made me check the calendar to be sure it was 2016.
This week's Roundup brings us two visits with Annie Moore's family, an interview with Aisha Tyler, a sweet story about a love note found 51 years after it was written, and more. . .
This week: Aisha Tyler in Who Do You Think You Are?, Annie Moore's roots in North Cork, and Cory Booker and Susan Sarandon talk about their respective experiences appearing in TV genealogy shows
In this week's Roundup, new analysis from AncestryDNA reveals that the average Canadian may have over 15,000 living cousins. In other news, Molly Ringwald will appear in a future episode of Who Do You Think You Are?