10 YouTube Videos on Italian Genealogy

Here are 10 youtube videos on topics related to Italian Geneology

Start researching your Italian Roots or Extend your lineage through Bel Paese with Bella Italia Genealogy. Andy Lee visited with Alessandro Bovino at RootsTech 2017 to discuss their incredible resources and tools for your genealogical research!
Looking for Italian Birth, Death and Marriage records 1809-1930 on http://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.it A step by step video how to find your ancestors records in Italy. Mainly focused on the Aeolian Islands, Sicily but can be applied to other provinces around Italy. If this video helped you please feel free to send me a donation to https://www.paypal.me/angelinimichael as I volunteer my time to this great passion Michael is located in Melbourne, Australia and has been researching his Italian family tree for 10 years now. Having all 4 nonni born in Italy he has researched records in Abruzzo, Marche, Napoli and Sicily, in particular, the Aeolian Islands. If your ancestors come from the Aeolian Islands please visit Michael’s website below to find out more. http://www.michaelangelini.com/isolee…
Tracing your Italian ancestors is easier when you know where in Italy they are from. Mary Tedesco, co-host of Genealogy Roadshow and founder of Origins Italy, shares her tips for finding that Italian origin. Links to everything are in the show notes at http://www.amyjohnsoncrow.com/finding…

Get Started with Italian Family History Research – “footnotes” guest Margaret Fortier, CG®. Learn how to get started with your Italian ancestry with professional genealogist Margaret R. Fortier, CG®, hosted by Constance H. Knox of Genealogy TV. Learn what family history resources are available online and in Italy. Also Ms. Fortier’s recommendations for a book, and how to reach her for questions. This is Genealogy TV’s episode 42 and is part of the “footnotes” program. *** SHOW NOTES *** – Book Recommendation Holtz, Melanie D. The Family Tree Italian Genealogy Guide: How to Trace Your Family Tree in Italy. Cincinnati: Family Tree Books, 2017. https://amzn.to/2s1JkMQ Genealogy TV Newsletter http://eepurl.com/dJpXAQ – Ancestors Portal Antenati; portal for Italian State Archives, in English http://www.antenati.san.beniculturali… – FamilySearch Wiki on Italy; with links to online Italian records, Italian word list, and vital records translation template https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/e… – Facebook: Italian Genealogy – Facebook: Northern Italian Genealogy – Facebook: Southern Italian Genealogy Network – Facebook: Foreign Language Translations https://www.facebook.com/groups/genea… – One Step Web Pages by Stephen P. Morse to find passengers arriving at major ports. http://www.stevemorse.org; one-step website that makes it easier About Margaret R. Fortier, CG® – APG profile: https://www.apgen.org/directory/searc… – LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/margaretr… – Please reach out to Ms. Fortier through either of the links above. We’ve elected not to put her email address in the show notes to avoid spam. * * * Items Upfront. How do I provide you videos for free? Full Disclosure… First… Please know I will never-ever recommend a product that I don’t believe in. Having said that, some of the links in the show notes (no all, but a few) are affiliate marketing links. Using those links gives me a small commission, but costs you nothing more, I promise, but helps me out a bunch. Secondly… TIP JAR! To borrow a line from Jerry Maguire, “help me, help you.” If you like what you see and wish to help support my effort, please consider becoming a Patreon member of Genealogy TV and NC Ancestry. This will help me bring more enrichment to you. For as little as $1 per month, says you like what I’m doing and want more. Click here to donate and keep more videos and blogs coming. https://www.patreon.com/GenealogyTV I’m sure by now you know how passionate I am about genealogy and preserving family history. I’m dedicated to teaching those wishing to learn the right way of investigating, analyzing and reporting genealogical findings. But let’s face it, genealogy is just plain fun. I love the hunt, the discovery and the excitement of sharing with others. What you may not know (besides my lifelong passion for genealogy) is I’ve had a long career in television broadcasting and management. I’m also a wildlife and nature photographer. Now is the time for me to take all these skills into a new side-kick. I’m using my talents in photography, television, video production, editing, and as a lifelong genealogist, combining those skills together to create the Genealogy TV and NC Ancestry as YouTube channels along with similar websites and blogs. I promise… I’m dedicated to this effort. I really appreciate your support. https://www.patreon.com/GenealogyTV Thanks so much! Connie Knox #Genealogy #GenealogyTV #FamilyHistory Music Credits for Song on Word Tree Open Circus Waltz Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b…

Richard DiBuono talked about doing Italian Genealogical research both on the web and in Italy. Sidney Sachs
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Genetic history of Italy Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: – increases imagination and understanding – improves your listening skills – improves your own spoken accent – learn while on the move – reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKf… You can upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts “The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” – Socrates SUMMARY ======= The genetic history of the current Italians is greatly influenced by geography and history. The ancestors of most Italians are identified as Italic peoples (of which the most notable are the Latins/Romans but also Umbrians, Sabines and others) and it is generally agreed that the invasions that followed for centuries the Fall of the Roman Empire did not significantly alter their gene pool because of the relatively small number of Germanic or other migrants compared to the large population of what constituted Roman Italy.Multiple DNA studies confirmed that genetic variation in Italy is clinal, going from the Eastern to the Western Mediterranean (with the Sardinians as outliers in Italy and Europe) and that all Italians are made up of the same ancestral components, but in different proportions, related to Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age settlements of Europe. In their admixture ratios, all Italians are similar to other Southern Europeans, and that is being of Early Neolithic Farmer ancestry, with the Southerners being closest to Greeks (as the historical region of Magna Graecia bears witness to), the Northerners closest to Spaniards and southern French, and the central Italians occupying their own unique cluster between the two. The only exceptions are the Sardinians, who form a distinct isolate of their own, and certain northeastern Italian populations (mostly from the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia) who cluster with Germanic and Slavic speaking Central Europeans from Austria and Slovenia.There is a noticeable genetic difference between Sardinians, Northern Italians and Southern Italians. People from the North seem to be close to the French population, while those from the South overlap with Balkan and other southern European populations. Yet, the genetic distance between Northern and Southern Italians, although pretty large from a single European “nationality” point of view, is only roughly equal to the one between Northern Germans and Southern Germans. The genetic gap between Northern and Southern Italians is filled by an intermediate Central Italian cluster, creating a continuous cline of variation down the peninsula and the islands (with Sardinians as outliers) that mirrors geography.Molecular anthropology found no evidence of significant Northern geneflow into the Italian peninsula over the last 1500 years. On the other hand, the bulk of Italian ethnogenesis occurred prior to Germanic or non-European invasions. DNA studies show that only the Greek colonization of Sicily and Southern Italy had a lasting effect on the local genetic landscape.
How I found links to my Caracciolo Ancestors back to 976 AD

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If you have Italian ancestry, you are not alone. There are tens of millions of people, possibly more, in the United States who have Italian ancestors, and even more in other parts of the world, especially Italy itself. The Italian language is a rich and descriptive one, and it has—as one might expect—equally rich and descriptive (and sometimes just plain intriguing) surnames. Knowing the history and meaning of your own Italian surname, or that of an ancestor can tell you a lot about that particular branch of your family tree, even going back to ancient times. Here are the most important things you need to know about Italian surnames and their meanings… Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/italian… Listen via: https://ancestralfindings.com/itunes    https://ancestralfindings.com/youtube   Weekly Giveaways: https://ancestralfindings.com/drawing   Free eBooks: https://ancestralfindings.com/ebooks   Hard To Find Surnames: https://ancestralfindings.com/surnames   Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/ancestralfi… https://www.twitter.com/ancestralstuff   https://www.facebook.com/AncestralFin… INSTAGRAM – https://www.instagram.com/willmoneyma… Send me a postcard: https://ancestralfindings.com/mail   #ItalianSurnames #AncestralFindings #Genealogy

Veronica Dudo tells the story of two men who are related who found each other after so many years.

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