Let’s face it. DNA testing can be confusing. There seems like a plethora of DNA testing options available–autosomal, mitochondrial, Y-DNA, etc. Our clients often have many questions: What does each test determine, and which test is the best one for me to take in order to accomplish my research goals? Which family members do I test, and why? Once testing is complete, what do all the numbers mean, and where do I go from there? DNA testing for ancestry is increasing in popularity because of the incredible discoveries that DNA enables us to uncover. But if you have questions about genetic genealogy, you’re not alone–and we want to help!
One of our Senior Genetic Genealogists, Paul Woodbury, will be hosting a live DNA Q&A session on the Legacy Tree Genealogists Facebook page while we are at RootsTech. The broadcast will be held on Saturday, Feb.11th at 4 p.m. MST. Users may submit their DNA-related questions in advance on our website at https://www.legacytree.com/live.
How to Access the Live DNA Q&A Session:
1. Visit the Legacy Tree Genealogists Facebook page on Saturday, Feb.11th at 4 p.m. MST
2. Click on ‘Videos’ in the left hand column
3. You may now view the live broadcast. Be sure to leave a comment to let us know you’re there!
- Arrive a few minutes early to the broadcast so you can get logged-in before the session starts.
- Share the video to your timeline so you may access it later.
- If you have friends or family members that would benefit from the content, be sure to ‘tag’ them in the comments so they can have access to the video as well.
- Let us know what you like so we can tailor future questions to address popular topics. Hit the ‘like’ or ‘love’ button to provide your feedback!
Previous Live DNA Q&A Session:
Check out our previous Live DNA Q&A session broadcast from the Family Roots Expo in St. George, Utah, and don’t forget to join us on Saturday, Feb.11th!
Our talented team of genealogists is experienced in using and analyzing DNA test results to break through brick walls. Whether they be cases of adoption, unknown paternity, difficult-to-trace ancestors, or determining an ancestor’s ethnicity, we can help to interpret genetic genealogy tests in the context of pertinent historical records. Contact us today for a free estimate!