Monthly Archives: May 2019

A Day of Remembrance

In the U.S., we celebrate Memorial Day near the end of May, honoring the men and women who died in the service of our country. With that in mind, I’m running my June 1st blog post a few days early, to feature an interview with Emma Compton, a genealogy professional who can tell us about her role bridging genealogy and DNA to bring some of our lost heroes home.

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DNA2Tree app for iOS: review

Time for another guest post! David Neal has introduced a new iOS app that has particular value for those trying to decode birth parent searches. I am not an Apple person, so I have asked my teammate at the Central Indiana DNA Interest Group, Steve Frank, to offer a review of this new product. Take it away, Steve!

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