Kitty Cooper: How do you use autosomal DNA testing to enhance your genealogical research without having to take a PhD level course? This is a question several of my cousins have asked me, so here is my attempt to answer.
In addition to the information you received from 23andMe, Family Tree DNA, or AncestryDNA about your ancestry, there is a wealth of additional information still within in your DNA. Below (in alphabetical order) are some of the most popular and well-known tools for wringing every last bit of
This tutorial offers a how to on Gedmatch.com. Gedmatch is a free tool you can use to compare your DNA results to people who tested with other companies. **It is an ESSENTIAL TOOL for people who tested with Ancestry.com** CLICK THE PIN TO GO TO THE TUTORIAL.
A facial reconstruction expert has spent four hours reworking the head of King Richard III, which was removed from display at the new visitor centre dedicated to him in Leicester after DNA testing at the city’s university suggested he would have had blond hair and blue eyes.