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Beginner resources for genealogical DNA tests

I don’t know a single website addressing most relevant topics for beginners. The following book however is suitable for this purpose: Blaine T. Bettinger: The Family Tree Guide to DNA Testing and ...
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Finding residence information for Toronto in the 1840s?

Toronto Public Library has some scanned publications available about the history of Toronto. Local History & Genealogy Toronto had 5 ‘wards’ in 1843 according to Wikipedia and the outlying areas (...
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Beginner resources for genealogical DNA tests

I always recommend the Wiki at the ISOGG (International Society of Genetic Genealogy) site for any and all information on genetic genealogy. For beginning material, they have an entire page of ...
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Beginner resources for genealogical DNA tests

I can recommend you two great blogs regarding the question https://dna-explained.com/ https://gcbias.org/ They can be difficult to read though but both resources are very useful and shed light on ...
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Beginner resources for genealogical DNA tests

If you're looking for a quick easy guide to commercial tests, I wrote a blog post about this which can be found here: http://familytreetips.co.uk/2016/08/13/an-easy-guide-to-commercial-genealogical-...
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How do I record a Repository from one Agency but different sections?

The repository is the place where the record is located – in this case it appears to be Brisbane Registry. It doesn't matter whether you ordered the certificate online, by mail, went to the repository ...
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