Genealogy Seminar – DNA – Genealogy’s Next Frontier with Mary Eberle
Annual History Symposium- Relevance & Resurrection: Revivalism of new exploration into Midwest history
This seminar will be held at the Plymouth Arts Center. Cost per person is $50.00. Lunch is on your own in downtown Plymouth. (More info to follow). Registration is required.
More about Mary Eberle’s background – How can DNA change your life? Biotech patent attorney and scientist turned genetic genealogist, Mary Eberle, JD, has the answers. Inspired by stories (and a super-sleuth energized by the thrill of the hunt), Mary founded DNA Hunters in 2015.
Mary has trained thousands around the world (in words they understand) so they can harness DNA’s power to solve family mysteries and break through brick walls in their family trees.
Through her online community, DNA Hunters Society, members learn to achieve their family research goals through DNA Expert Classes, Q&A sessions, and a dedicated community. What secrets are hiding in your DNA?
1. Introduction to Using DNA for Genealogy Research: Want to start using DNA for genealogy research but want guidance on the best approach? Received your DNA results and want a better understanding of them? This talk covers DNA basics, available tests, and how to develop your DNA testing plan.
2. Using Autosomal DNA for Genealogy Research: Autosomal DNA (atDNA) provides the most useful information for most genealogists. Learn how to analyze your atDNA test results and find common ancestors with your DNA matches.
3. Using Y-DNA, Mitochondrial DNA, and X-DNA for Genealogy Research: Understanding when these types of DNA can help (and when they won’t) is crucial. Learn how these types of DNA can be used to answer your genealogy questions.
4. Hands-on Exercise: This exercise will go through interpreting one person’s DNA results from Ancestry. Learn some tricks for clarifying and making the most of your DNA test results.
More information to come.