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“Genetic Genealogy: An Introduction to DNA”

Beth Taylor
7/28;20

Categories: IR, RL

Talk Abstract:
Have you heard your friends and fellow genealogists enthuse about DNA but don’t know what it’s all about? Wondering if a DNA test is right for you? Come learn about DNA, why it’s valuable, which tests you can take, and how it might be helpful in your genealogy research.

Speaker Bio:
Beth Taylor, CGSM, works as a US/Canada Research Specialist at the Family History Library. She is a Board-certified genealogist (CG), holds a BA of History from Brigham Young University, and has worked for FamilySearch for more almost 15 years. Her specialties include DNA, Quakers, organizing, land records, and probate records.

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