KGNU 88.5 FM Radio – Connections
Connections. Host Kathy Partridge interviewed professional genealogists Mark Fearer and Christine Cochran, both members of the Colorado chapter of The Association for Professional Genealogists. The topic covered the growing popularity of genealogy, how to get started and related issues. The last half of the program was open to calls from listeners.
The program can be heard online at www.kgnu.org. It can also be heard later by going to their Archives, when it becomes available.
Genealogy TV – Footnotes Series Featuring Christine Cochran
YouTube TV is surpassing the number of viewers on traditional television stations and the genealogy industry is not about to be left behind!
Connie Knox producer of the new Genealogy TV – Footnotes Series is featuring interviews with professional genealogist Christine Cochran on a variety of fascinating genealogical stories, research methods and record sets. Scroll down to view them all!
What is Forensic Genealogy?
We think of genealogy in terms of researching our family history, but it is an investigative science used in legal areas. Learn how we define forensic genealogy and its application in real estate, criminal investigations, repatriation of military remains, natural resources, mineral rights and more.
Anton Woode: Boy Murderer
Professional genealogist Christine Cochran discusses the use of prison records to mine genealogical records! A fascinating case study featuring Anton Woode, the youngest person to be incarcerated in the Canyon City Federal Penitentiary
See the plethora of genealogical information that can be mined from prison records.
A Mule and 175 lbs of Bacon
In this episode of the Genealogy TV Channel – Footnotes series Connie Knox and I discuss the Southern Claims Commission records. Your genealogy research will explode with all the information your find in this record set!