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Beth's Video Talks

Beth has stared a new video series about Scotland and Genealogy. She hopes to do a new video each week of around 10 minutes duration. The links below are to YouTube videos.

March 2021 - First Talk about what to do first.
March 17th, 2021 - How not to be a Scottish Newbie
March 25th 2021 - Ladies Scottish Dress
March 31st 2021 - Beth's Excellent Genealogical Adventure
April 7, 2021
- Chief's candlesticks No. 1
April 14th 2021 - You are your own best evidence
April 21st 2021 - Best Evidence No. 2
April 28th 2021 - Scottish clues from your kitchen
May 5th 2021 - Why join a clan?
May 13th 2021 - How big is your Family Tree?
May 20th 2021 - Archaic words in Genealogy
May 26th 2021 -
Beth's Nursery Rhymes No. 1
June 2nd 2021 - Beth's Nursery Rhymes No. 2
June 9th 2021 - Genealogy Potpourri
June 16th 2021 - Getting started in your own genealogy
June 23rd 2021 - Edinburgh does not rhyme with Pittsburgh
June 30th 2021 - A 1600's history lesson
July 7th 2021 - Just a taste of Gaelic we use today
July 14th 2021 - Fix your will to save your genealogy
July 21st 2021 - Did Columbus know where he was going?
July 28th 2021 - Things to think about
August 4th 2021 - Wedding traditions Gaelic
August 11th 2021 - More Gaelic with a Southern Accent
August 18th 2021 - Southern Gaelic number three
August 25th 2021 - It's Old Scottish Wedding Southern Gaelic
September 1st 2021 - Potpourri medical names prove Indian Heritage
September 8th 2021 - American Mayflower Presidents
September 15th 2021 - Gaelic with a Southern Accent
September 22nd 2021 -
Funny laws of genealogy an arm and a leg
September 29th 2021 - Place names and once removed and cemetery searching
October 6th 2021 - Advertising your Highland Games
October 13th 2021 - Be Careful of What You Throw Away
October 20th 2021 - Start your genealogy at home
October 27th 2021 - Tax records are valuable to genealogists
November 3rd 2021 - Black Sheep in Genealogy and How Many Feet Mean What?
November 10th 2021 - Illegitimate ancestors
November 17th 2021 - Human Mysteries and Drambuie Recipe
November 24th 2021 - Naming Patterns
December 1st 2021 - Heraldry in Scotland
December 8th 2021 - Scottish Holidays and septs and allied families
December 15th 2021 - Naturalization Records
December 22nd 2021 - Christmas and holidays to enjoy genealogically
December 29th 2021 - Scottish Holidays to enjoy throughout the year
January 5th 2022 -
Even if you think you are all Scottish
January 12th 2022 - Overlooked Genealogy resources 1
January 19th 2022 - Overlooked Genealogy resources 2
January 26th 2022 - American Presidents who were Mayflower descendants
February 2nd 2022 - Research outside of the genealogy department
February 9th 2022 - DNA and Christopher Columbus
February 16th 2022 - Place Names in Genealogical Research 1
February 23rd 2022 - Potpourri of things that are fun to know or just fun
March 2nd 2022 - The Erie Canal can lead to your family history
March 9th 2022 - Ellis Island Marriages
March 16th 2022 - Epidemics and genealogy
March 23rd 2022 - Using PERSI in your Genealogical research
March 30th 2022 - Personal journals, old letters, etc
April 8th 2022 - Advertising 101 part 1
April 13th 2022 - Advertising 101 part 2
April 20th 2022 - Celtic and Bluegrass music
April 27th 2022 - Oyez, Oyez
May 4th 2022 - Importance of genealogical societies
May 11th 2022 - Pinkerton and Connery
May 18th 2022 - Old Friends
May 25th 2022 -
Potpourri Irreplaceable Family Papers Murphys laws, George Washington

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