Premiered May 2016

Season 3 follows a diverse cast of participants from Boston to Los Angeles on an emotional journey that uses history and science to uncover their fascinating family stories.


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About the Series

Genealogy Roadshow stars genealogists Kenyatta D. Berry, Joshua Taylor and Mary Tedesco. Over the course of the series, Berry, Taylor and Tedesco work with participants’ anecdotal clues, documents and family heirlooms to unite them with histories and people they never knew existed, as well as to reveal surprising turns and incredible histories.

Expert Tips

African Americans on the Federal Census

African Americans on the Federal Census

Get hints on deciphering your ancestors’ information.

Dig Into Probate Records

Dig Into Probate Records

Don’t forget these valuable records in your search.

Ellis Island Detention Lists and Records

Ellis Island Detention Lists and Records

What were the reasons for immigrants being detained?

So Cool For School! Classroom Tips!

So Cool For School! Classroom Tips!

Inspire your students to learn about history and genealogy.

Clipped Corners: African Americans During World War I

Clipped Corners: African Americans During World War I

Learn why military draft records had clipped corners.

Tips on Preserving Family Treasures

Tips on Preserving Family Treasures

Keep your family treasures safe for future generations.

Tips for Irish Genealogy

Tips for Irish Genealogy

Find out how to trace your roots from the Emerald Isle.

West Indies to Ellis Island

West Indies to Ellis Island

What were the reasons for immigrants being detained?

Think You Have a Famous Ancestor?

Think You Have a Famous Ancestor?

Learn how to trace your renowned roots.

Trace Your World War II Ancestor

Trace Your World War II Ancestor

Learn how to find your ancestor’s service record.

Was Your Ancestor on the Wrong Side of the Law?

Was Your Ancestor on the Wrong Side of the Law?

Find out how to trace the outlaw in your tree.

Roots in the Wild West

Roots in the Wild West

Find the sheriff or the saloonkeeper in your family tree.

What is Indirect Evidence?

What is Indirect Evidence?

When the trail runs cold, find out how to get new leads.

History of the Dawes Commission

History of the Dawes Commission

These documents can be links to Native American roots.

African Americans During the Civil War

African Americans During the Civil War

Find out why African Americans fought for the Confederacy.

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