DNA in Focus – and in Plain English

DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is more commonly referred to as Genetic Genealogy.  And if you can’t remember, or pronounce, the full meaning of DNA, it won’t impede your ability to doing DNA research.

Thinking of taking a DNA test?

Already taken a DNA test and need to understand your results?

Just need a new angle to tackle your results?

Why not join me at 6.30 pm this Tuesday – 11th February 2020 – at the Belmont Library.  Still time to book for this FREE presentation?

There are two outcomes from a DNA test for family history purposes: Ethnicity estimates and DNA Matches.  This presentation looks at both outcomes but with more emphasis on DNA Matches and how you solve your family history puzzles.  It is also very important to be aware of the impact of doing a DNA test that can impact you, your family and others.

This presentation will be suitable for people who have not yet done a DNA test; those who have done a test and are overwhelmed or don’t understand the results; as well as those who have made some progress with their DNA results but need more help.

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