Heritage Quest Research Library Beginning DNA Class

Beginning DNA for Genealogists Getting down to the basics.  In this presentation, we will look at all types of DNA that are currently being used for genealogical purposes.  The inheritance patter of each will be reviewed.  Identify basic information that should be provided by all testing companies.  The purpose of the “admixture” will be explained.  We will also explain why your admixture percentages change from time to time.  
The remainder of the time will be OPEN for questions.
 
Taught by our Book Store Manager, Judy Line
Judy has been doing genealogy off and on for over 30 years.  She has completed several formal education programs and holds several certificates for genealogy from the National Institute for Genealogical Studies, and Boston University.  In addition, she has a business degree from Washington State University.  She has completed DNA courses presented by Blaine Bettinger and Diahan Southard.  Although not an expert, she has a good grasp on the concepts.  
Judy has written articles for local genealogy newsletters and publications.  She has also lectured on genealogical subjects, such as Newspapers, DNA and Documentation.  
She is a member of: Ohio Genealogical Association, Lake County Genealogical Association, Tacoma-Pierce County Genealogical Society (TPCGS), Utah Genealogical Association, NEHGS, NGS and others.  Judy is currently a member of the HQRL Management Team as Book Store Manager and is a member of the TPCGS Board.    

January 20, 2022 11:00AM – 11:45 AM
ZOOM
Come in to HQRL or Call: 253-863-1806
You may also sign up by going to our websit at: hqrl.com 
Please be sure to sign up by January 14, 2022
 

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