Genetic Affairs – Something New To Play With

Just like children, genetic genealogists are always on the lookout for a new toy (tool) to play with. I’m not saying that in a bad way. I count myself in the … Continue Reading →

MyHeritage Live & The DNA Angel Project – October Edition

The first ever MyHeritage Live will take place in Oslo, Norway, November 2-4, 2018 and I’m happy to say that I will be attending along with my husband; Kevin. If you’re … Continue Reading →

Two New Tools In Your AncestryDNA Arsenal

Anytime you get new tools for your DNA toolbox is a great day and this week was no exception. Earlier this week I noticed something on my AncestryDNA account that … Continue Reading →

20 More Questions About Your Ancestors and Maybe A Few About You

October is Family History Month and I thought we’d continue with 20 more question about your ancestors and even a few about you. If you recall it was just over one … Continue Reading →

Did Your Ethnicity Change at AncestryDNA? Mine Did!

A couple of weeks ago you may have noticed that there was a change in your AncestryDNA ethnicity. Or maybe you haven’t checked lately and it’s sitting there waiting for … Continue Reading →

There’s A New DNA Tool On The Web

(Link to AncestryDNA Canada) (Link to AncestryDNA USA) I belong to a Facebook group called; Genetic Genealogy Tips & Tricks with over 46,000 members and there are always interesting new … Continue Reading →

Why You Need To DNA Test Your Siblings

As you have gathered from my other posts I’m a huge advocate for testing other family member’s DNA. In fact, at the present time, I’m either the admin or collaborator … Continue Reading →

LivingDNA Partners with Findmypast

Exciting news in the genealogy community today. LivingDNA ; a British based DNA company made up of DNA experts from around the world and Findmypast;  a British and Irish family history site … Continue Reading →