Genealogy: Part 3

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
West Hurley Public Library
Meeting Room

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DNA Testing for Genealogists; Organizing Your Family History Research; and Getting the Most from Deeds
*What DNA tests are available, and what is the difference between them? Which one(s) should you take? Which company should you use? Why doesn’t the surname/ethnicity from your test match what you think it should?
*Now that you’re collecting all this information about your ancestors, how can you organize it so you can access it easily?
*Deeds are more than just boring documents, and can sometimes yield unexpected information about your ancestors.

Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer has a master’s degree in library science and graduate certificate in archives. She started doing genealogical research in 1979, and has been a Vice-Chairman for Lineage Research in New York State for the NSDAR since 2013. She belongs to several genealogical societies. Her training as a librarian helps in developing talks about research for genealogists.

Event Type(s): Adult
Age Group(s): Adult

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