Category Archives: DNA & Surname Projects

Examining Migration & Researching Migrants in the British Isles Webinar

This webinar will be broadcast live at 8pm US Eastern time (or 1 am UK time) on 12/13th September. The presentation will be available to all for one week before being made available to Legacy Webinar subscribers only. A comprehensive … Continue reading

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Favourite Book(s) #34 – The Gene by Siddhartha Mukherjee

I spotted this book when it was first released in paperback. I almost bought it then remembered that I could purchase it on the way back to the car, then promptly forgot. I ordered it from Amazon and it arrived … Continue reading

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Webinar – My Italian One-Name Study

The webinar I jointly presented with Michael Cassara on Tuesday 21st August is now  available on the Guild of One-Name Studies website. Usually the webinars are available to the public for a week before becoming a members benefit, but Michael … Continue reading

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#DNA18 – DNA Day 2018

 Today is National DNA and marks the anniversary of: 1. The discovery of the double helix which was presented in the Journal “Nature” published on 25th April 1953 2. The completion of the Human Genome Project in April 2003 If you have been researching … Continue reading

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Favourite Book(s) #10 – Guide to DNA Testing and Genetic Genealogy by Blaine T Bettinger

This week’s book is a fascinating one and one that is close to my desk as I attempt to understand my DNA matches. The book covers the three available DNA tests; following the male genetic line, the female genetic line which … Continue reading

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