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Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast

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Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast
Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast

Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast

Fisher

16
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221
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Extreme Genes is a genealogy show hosted by Fisher. Fisher has 30+ years of radio experience and has had a passion for genealogy since he was a teen. On Extreme Genes Fisher sets out to educate the audience on resources and techniques for completing any gaps found in your family tree. Each week Fisher interviews national experts in the field of genealogy as well as news related to all of our genealogy. Be sure to visit ExtremeGenes.com for all the latest on the show.

Latest Episodes

Fisher’s Top Tips #130r

The settling of the west wasn’t much unlike the settling of colonial America a century or two earlier. And as people came, more and more lines were drawn. Fisher shares just a few so you know what to look for as you consider your research strategy.

47 s12 h ago
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Fisher’s Top Tips #130r

Episode 306 - Hear About the Million Letters Campaign: Letters from the War Front

Fisher visits with Andrew Carroll, the man behind the Million Letters Campaign. Andrew started this in the 1990s and the collection is now up to over 130,000 letters of military people writing home from the front in every war since the Revolution to modern times.

48 MIN2 d ago
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Episode 306 - Hear About the Million Letters Campaign: Letters from the War Front

Fisher’s Top Tips #129r

War, population growth and shifting can all contribute to boundary changes. And boundary changes mean that, even if your ancestors stayed in the same place, their records could be hiding in many places.

54 s4 d ago
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Fisher’s Top Tips #129r

Fisher’s Top Tips #128r

Fisher had given up on finding the parents of an elusive ancestor when he took one last step before closing the book on the case. And it made all the difference in the world!

52 s1 w ago
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Fisher’s Top Tips #128r

Episode 305 - Records That Survived The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Downsizing/Decluttering- What to Keep Ask Us Anything- The Best Way to Digitize A Ton of Pictures

Melanie McComb from NEHGS then joins the show talking about the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Yes, it was the cause of the burning of another courthouse, meaning countless priceless records were lost. Melanie will tell you what was destroyed, and what records survived as well as how to find alternatives for the documents of your ancestors that no longer exist.

48 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 305 - Records That Survived The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Downsizing/Decluttering- What to Keep Ask Us Anything- The Best Way to Digitize A Ton of Pictures

Fisher’s Top Tips #127r

Females ancestors are sometimes difficult to find. Fisher shares a few thoughts on other ways to look for them.

49 s1 w ago
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Fisher’s Top Tips #127r

Fisher’s Top Tips #126r

Struggling to figure out where your ancestor’s Social Security records went? They might not have been there at all because things were different before 1951!

43 s2 w ago
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Fisher’s Top Tips #126r

Episode 304 - Brianne Kirkpatrick On Helping Those With Unexpected DNA Results / Free Sites For Europe Research / Finding Passport Applications

On this weeks show we have Brianne Kirkpatrick, a genetic counselor who specializes in unexpected DNA results. She has advice for people emotionally impacted by such finds. Hear her important advice.

48 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 304 - Brianne Kirkpatrick On Helping Those With Unexpected DNA Results / Free Sites For Europe Research / Finding Passport Applications

Fisher’s Top Tips #125r

Ever notice familiar repeating family names in a single family group? It could be the parents were following a classic pattern. And that pattern can tell you some very important truths about the previous generation.

45 s2 w ago
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Fisher’s Top Tips #125r

Fisher’s Top Tips #124r

Back in 1752, England enacted a law that changed our calendars forever. But did that law ever make a genealogist’s life complicated!

59 s3 w ago
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Fisher’s Top Tips #124r

Latest Episodes

Fisher’s Top Tips #130r

The settling of the west wasn’t much unlike the settling of colonial America a century or two earlier. And as people came, more and more lines were drawn. Fisher shares just a few so you know what to look for as you consider your research strategy.

47 s12 h ago
Comments
Fisher’s Top Tips #130r

Episode 306 - Hear About the Million Letters Campaign: Letters from the War Front

Fisher visits with Andrew Carroll, the man behind the Million Letters Campaign. Andrew started this in the 1990s and the collection is now up to over 130,000 letters of military people writing home from the front in every war since the Revolution to modern times.

48 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Episode 306 - Hear About the Million Letters Campaign: Letters from the War Front

Fisher’s Top Tips #129r

War, population growth and shifting can all contribute to boundary changes. And boundary changes mean that, even if your ancestors stayed in the same place, their records could be hiding in many places.

54 s4 d ago
Comments
Fisher’s Top Tips #129r

Fisher’s Top Tips #128r

Fisher had given up on finding the parents of an elusive ancestor when he took one last step before closing the book on the case. And it made all the difference in the world!

52 s1 w ago
Comments
Fisher’s Top Tips #128r

Episode 305 - Records That Survived The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Downsizing/Decluttering- What to Keep Ask Us Anything- The Best Way to Digitize A Ton of Pictures

Melanie McComb from NEHGS then joins the show talking about the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Yes, it was the cause of the burning of another courthouse, meaning countless priceless records were lost. Melanie will tell you what was destroyed, and what records survived as well as how to find alternatives for the documents of your ancestors that no longer exist.

48 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 305 - Records That Survived The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Downsizing/Decluttering- What to Keep Ask Us Anything- The Best Way to Digitize A Ton of Pictures

Fisher’s Top Tips #127r

Females ancestors are sometimes difficult to find. Fisher shares a few thoughts on other ways to look for them.

49 s1 w ago
Comments
Fisher’s Top Tips #127r

Fisher’s Top Tips #126r

Struggling to figure out where your ancestor’s Social Security records went? They might not have been there at all because things were different before 1951!

43 s2 w ago
Comments
Fisher’s Top Tips #126r

Episode 304 - Brianne Kirkpatrick On Helping Those With Unexpected DNA Results / Free Sites For Europe Research / Finding Passport Applications

On this weeks show we have Brianne Kirkpatrick, a genetic counselor who specializes in unexpected DNA results. She has advice for people emotionally impacted by such finds. Hear her important advice.

48 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 304 - Brianne Kirkpatrick On Helping Those With Unexpected DNA Results / Free Sites For Europe Research / Finding Passport Applications

Fisher’s Top Tips #125r

Ever notice familiar repeating family names in a single family group? It could be the parents were following a classic pattern. And that pattern can tell you some very important truths about the previous generation.

45 s2 w ago
Comments
Fisher’s Top Tips #125r

Fisher’s Top Tips #124r

Back in 1752, England enacted a law that changed our calendars forever. But did that law ever make a genealogist’s life complicated!

59 s3 w ago
Comments
Fisher’s Top Tips #124r
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