Archives: April 2018

She Was Listed in Outstanding Young Women of America 1971

The other day I did some more cleaning and organizing of “things” around the house. I came across the book Outstanding Young Women of America, 1971. I had forgotten about this volume and the entry for Mary Jane (MJ), my late wife. Here is how the publishing organization describes the volume: “The Outstanding Young Women of

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MyHeritageDNA Helps Adoptees Connect

A few weeks ago, MyHeritageDNA launched DNA Quest, a new pro bono initiative to help adoptees and their birth families reunite through genetic testing. The initiative was launched initially only in the USA. Now, MyHeritageDNA is going global with the program. The company just announced: More than 10,000 applications were submitted so far to receive

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Back to School: Understanding DNA for Genealogy

In a couple days I plan to attend the Ohio Genealogical Society’s 2018 Conference in Columbus, Ohio. I’m particularly looking forward to a number of conference sessions on using DNA for genealogical research. In the process of reviewing the background information I have on hand, I learned about several webinars created and broadcast by MyHeritageDNA

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