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Issue: May 1, 2018

Genealogy HowTo - Will a DNA test reveal my family tree?
   by Cynthia Carman

Usually the answer would be "no". A DNA test will only help you if you already have researched a good bit of your family tree and you want to confirm its validity or you have a specific question that only a DNA test could answer. DNA testing by itself cannot tell a person who their ancestors are. Using DNA tests in conjunction with traditional genealogical research can break down some of the toughest brick walls.

Ask Us - Canadian Genealogy Online - Part 12 - Yukon Research - Online Records   

Part 1 of Canadian Genealogy Online contained a general overview of how to research your Canadian ancestors and gave many links to online records. Part 2 and Part 3 discussed online resources for genealogical research in Alberta and British Columbia and Part 4, 5, 6, and 7 listed resources for Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador research, and Nova Scotia resources. Part 8 focused on Ontario online resources. Part 9 presented Prince Edward Island. Part 10a-c listed Quebec genealogical research methods and online resources and Part 11 covered Saskatchewan. Today's article will cover Yukon genealogical research and online resources.

Reviews - The Family Tree Guide to DNA Testing and Genetic Genealogy by Blaine T. Bettinger
   Review written by Cindy Carman

This is a great reference book for anyone who is interested in DNA testing. It covers both the basics and the advanced information about not only the DNA test itself but also the companies that do the testing. It contains many colorful diagrams and well written definitions that explain key DNA terms and concepts. Also, it provides tips for selecting the DNA test that can best help you solve your family mysteries, with case studies showing how each test can be useful to genealogical research. Since all chapters won't apply to the DNA test you have taken I suggest you skip to the end of the less applicable chapters and just read the core concepts summary.

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Issue: May 1, 2018

Genealogy HowTo - Will a DNA test reveal my family tree?
   by Cynthia Carman

Usually the answer would be "no". A DNA test will only help you if you already have researched a good bit of your family tree and you want to confirm its validity or you have a specific question that only a DNA test could answer. DNA testing by itself cannot tell a person who their ancestors are. Using DNA tests in conjunction with traditional genealogical research can break down some of the toughest brick walls.

Ask Us - Canadian Genealogy Online - Part 12 - Yukon Research - Online Records   

Part 1 of Canadian Genealogy Online contained a general overview of how to research your Canadian ancestors and gave many links to online records. Part 2 and Part 3 discussed online resources for genealogical research in Alberta and British Columbia and Part 4, 5, 6, and 7 listed resources for Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador research, and Nova Scotia resources. Part 8 focused on Ontario online resources. Part 9 presented Prince Edward Island. Part 10a-c listed Quebec genealogical research methods and online resources and Part 11 covered Saskatchewan. Today's article will cover Yukon genealogical research and online resources.

Reviews - The Family Tree Guide to DNA Testing and Genetic Genealogy by Blaine T. Bettinger
   Review written by Cindy Carman

This is a great reference book for anyone who is interested in DNA testing. It covers both the basics and the advanced information about not only the DNA test itself but also the companies that do the testing. It contains many colorful diagrams and well written definitions that explain key DNA terms and concepts. Also, it provides tips for selecting the DNA test that can best help you solve your family mysteries, with case studies showing how each test can be useful to genealogical research. Since all chapters won't apply to the DNA test you have taken I suggest you skip to the end of the less applicable chapters and just read the core concepts summary.

Site FAQs - Successful Search Tips for MyTrees.com   

If you have done a simple search at MyTrees.com and gotten so many results that you weren't sure what to do next. Or perhaps you did not get a meaningful result for your search.Here are a few tips that may help you identify the database that may hold the key to your ancestral hunt.

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MyTrees.com Newsletter
Issue: May 1, 2018

Genealogy HowTo - Will a DNA test reveal my family tree?
   by Cynthia Carman

Usually the answer would be "no". A DNA test will only help you if you already have researched a good bit of your family tree and you want to confirm its validity or you have a specific question that only a DNA test could answer. DNA testing by itself cannot tell a person who their ancestors are. Using DNA tests in conjunction with traditional genealogical research can break down some of the toughest brick walls.

Ask Us - Canadian Genealogy Online - Part 12 - Yukon Research - Online Records   

Part 1 of Canadian Genealogy Online contained a general overview of how to research your Canadian ancestors and gave many links to online records. Part 2 and Part 3 discussed online resources for genealogical research in Alberta and British Columbia and Part 4, 5, 6, and 7 listed resources for Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador research, and Nova Scotia resources. Part 8 focused on Ontario online resources. Part 9 presented Prince Edward Island. Part 10a-c listed Quebec genealogical research methods and online resources and Part 11 covered Saskatchewan. Today's article will cover Yukon genealogical research and online resources.

Reviews - The Family Tree Guide to DNA Testing and Genetic Genealogy by Blaine T. Bettinger
   Review written by Cindy Carman

This is a great reference book for anyone who is interested in DNA testing. It covers both the basics and the advanced information about not only the DNA test itself but also the companies that do the testing. It contains many colorful diagrams and well written definitions that explain key DNA terms and concepts. Also, it provides tips for selecting the DNA test that can best help you solve your family mysteries, with case studies showing how each test can be useful to genealogical research. Since all chapters won't apply to the DNA test you have taken I suggest you skip to the end of the less applicable chapters and just read the core concepts summary.

Site FAQs - Successful Search Tips for MyTrees.com   

If you have done a simple search at MyTrees.com and gotten so many results that you weren't sure what to do next. Or perhaps you did not get a meaningful result for your search.Here are a few tips that may help you identify the database that may hold the key to your ancestral hunt.

Upcoming Events - CLICK HERE FOR MORE Upcoming Genealogical Events-
  

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