The Forget-Me-Not Hour

The Forget-Me-Not Hour


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Your Ancestors Want Their Stories to Be Told. Find out how genealogy can help you discover the mysteries of your family history.

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Special Edition: Live from the National Genealogical Society Family History Conference. Jan Alpert, co-chair of the 2014 NGS Family History Conference, joins Jane to recap this year's conference in Richmond, Virginia. Find out the... more
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Join Stefani Evans, conference chair for the 2013 NGS Conference in Las Vegas, as she talks about all that is in store for conference participants this year at the conference from May 8-11. Who will be speaking? What special events and... more

Tonight Deana Preston joins Jane to talk about the Senate House in Kingston, Ulster County, NY. A NY state historic site, the Senate House is a museum focusing on the first New York state government during the American... more

Tonight Josh Taylor, Business Development Manager with brightsolid and well-known genealogy lecturer, joins Jane to talk about what is new with and brightsolid. What is the British company doing to attract... more

Bernice Bennett of Reseach at the National Archives & Beyond and Marian Pierre-Louis of Fieldstone Common Radio join Jane this evening to talk about their genealogy BlogTalkRadio shows and to share their favorite shows with us.... more

Tonight Kelly Yacobucci Farquhar, Montgomery County (N.Y.) Historian, joins Jane to tell us about a gem of a repository in the Mohawk Valley of New York. The Montgomery County Department of History and Archives, located in... more

Join Crista Cowan, family historian and presenter at national genealogy events from, on tonight's show to find out what is new with Ancestry. What is new with their databases? How does the purchase of more

There was an echo on my end of the conversation. You can hear Maureen and Pam perfectly. Special Edition Maureen Taylor, the Photo Detective, and Pam Pacelli Cooper join Jane tonight to talk about Maureen's book The Last Muster... more

What did your New York ancestors think about the ratification of the U.S. Constitution in 1787? Were they for it? Against it? Join U.S. Constitution historian John Kaminski, professor and director of the Center for the Study of... more

In what sounds to be an interesting topic, J. Mark Lowe will explain what barley, rye and whiskey have to do with migration from the east coast of the U.S. to Kentucky and Tennessee. What factors influenced the whiskey migrants? Who... more

Genealogy research isn't about just your own family. It's about your family and how they lived and interacted in their communities, which means finding out about your family's friends, neighbors and associates as well. Join Geoff Miller,... more