Genetic Genealogy

20 Jun 19
DNA in Maine

A great way to keep up with the ever evolving field of Genetic Genealogy is to follow the blog of Professional genetic Genealogists. Here are some good ones. Roberta Estes https://dna-explained.com/

20 Jun 19
Simply Forensic

With the help of the victims’ family and friends, DNA testing, genetic genealogy, and a librarian interested in missing person cases, New Hampshire officials announced Thursday that they finally have answers that eluded them for years. The first barrel was spotted in November 1985. It was lying on its side behind a spindly cluster of […]

20 Jun 19
News Directory

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) – Up until now, Roger Kelso's family has been waiting for answers about what happened to him almost 30 years ago. With the help of breakthrough technology, a lot of patience and good-old-fashioned police work, they now have some answers. Since 2016, Anne Arundel County Police has worked with the […]

19 Jun 19
DNAeXplained - Genetic Genealogy

Sometimes you just have to do something just because it’s fun. That’s the website learnforeverlearn at this link, a free tool created by B. F. Lyon visualizations that allows you to view your family tree or pedigree chart in very novel ways. Here’s what greets you. The “About This” link at the very top of […]

19 Jun 19
Mindy, The Book Yenta

Last week, I received another email offering me an ancestry.com package for only $59. The email said it is a perfect gift for Father’s Day.  Inheritance: A  Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity, and Love (2019); proves that knowledge of one’s ancestry is not always the gift you were expecting. Dani’s family is made up of Orthodox […]

19 Jun 19
North Carolina Collection

It seems everyone is sending off DNA to be tested these days. They want to know more about themselves and their heritage. DNA testing can help answer a lot of questions but it can also leave you with a lot of questions. Basically, DNA is a part of every cell’s structure and acts as the […]

19 Jun 19
Novel Science

If you’ve been reading the news, you probably heard about the infamous serial killer known as the Golden State Killer that has finally been caught after 44 years of blood, sweat, and tears from the California police. The Golden State Killer raped more than 60 women, murdered more than 10 people, and committed 100 burglaries […]

19 Jun 19
CBS Baltimore

New technology has helped Anne Arundel County Police identify a body found in a trash can in 1985 as Roger Kelso, a Glen Burnie High School graduate.

19 Jun 19
Indigenous New Hampshire

By: Kathrine C. Aydelott, MLIS, PhD People have many motivations for investigating whether they have Native American ancestry. Some people simply want to pursue the joys and frustrations of genealogical work. Some want to determine whether their family stories are true; others may be interested in seeking tribal membership. Regardless of the reason, the process […]

19 Jun 19
The White Man's Burden

Ancient Man and His First Civilizations Etruria-3 Modern Italy Who or what were the Celts/Gaul’s? Up until now, nowhere have Whites been more successful in blurring Black history, than with the Celts/Gaul’s. Of course there was no shortage of Whites declaring that they were White people. According to Diodorus Siculus – who was a Greek […]

19 Jun 19
Genetic Literacy Project

The GEDMatch decision to give police access to its data in the assault case — made without informing the database’s users — sparked concern among some users and privacy experts that the website was on a slippery slope toward rampant law enforcement searches, potentially even in minor, nonviolent crimes. After that outcry, on May 18, […]

19 Jun 19
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by Nwo Report Source: Dagny Taggart Technology that was once only seen in dystopian science fiction is rapidly infecting real life. Two means of collecting personal data – DNA databases and facial recognition software – are forming an unholy alliance, and the privacy implications could be devastating. Privacy concerns surrounding DNA and facial recognition aren’t […]

18 Jun 19
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A retired detective turned cold-case investigator has identified a suspect in a woman’s South Dakota murder 51 years ago through DNA genetic genealogy analysis. source https://www.foxnews.com/us/retired-detective-dna-crack-cold-case-murder-of-south-dakota-woman-51-years-later

18 Jun 19
DAILY NEWS OFFICIAL

“Retired detective cracks cold case murder of South Dakota woman 51 years later through DNA” via FOX NEWS https://fxn.ws/2x4WsU0 A retired detective turned cold-case investigator has identified a suspect in a woman’s South Dakota murder 51 years ago through DNA genetic genealogy analysis. http://bit.ly/2ZwWPmw Help us by click this link http://bit.ly/2VTHcYb

18 Jun 19
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Retired detective cracks cold case murder of South Dakota woman 51 years later through DNA A retired detective turned cold-case investigator has identified a suspect in a woman’s South Dakota murder 51 years ago through DNA genetic genealogy analysis. via FOX NEWS https://fxn.ws/2x4WsU0

18 Jun 19
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Retired detective cracks cold case murder of South Dakota woman 51 years later through DNA A retired detective turned cold-case investigator has identified a suspect in a woman’s South Dakota murder 51 years ago through DNA genetic genealogy analysis. via FOX NEWS https://fxn.ws/2x4WsU0