TWIN FALLS, Idaho -- With the stroke of a keyboard and the click of a mouse, John Cox brought up whole generations of research.
"Who's an ancestor you'd like me to search?" he asked, sitting at a computer desk in his Twin Falls home.
I thought about it a moment, then gave him a name. A few minutes later we found my ancestor - and his parents. We traced the line back to the early 1800s within 45 minutes.
"That's the thing I love about genealogy, finding out about our ancestors," said Cox, director of the Family History Center in Twin Falls.