This is a reminder for the DIG meeting January 12, 2019 at the Seaside FHC at 10:00 am.
We will meet in the Library.
Schedule for DIG meeting:
10:00 to 10:15 Discussion of future topics of interest/volunteers for future presentations. Please consider volunteering! Work In Progress is Fine.
10:15 to 10:30 The Collins’ Leeds clustering tool by Barbara Rae-Venter
10:30 to 11:15 Introducing the What are the Odds? tool from DNA Painter by Cynthia Stormer
From Cynthia: “This tool has been built to help solve DNA puzzles (including unknown parentage cases). I’ll review the tool using an ongoing case study from my own research.
Saturday, 26 January 2019
8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Seaside, California, on the Monterey Peninsula
This year’s seminar will emphasize using DNA in your genealogy research.
The keynote speaker is nationally known genetic genealogist, Barbara Rae-Venter, JD, Ph.D, who is a Search Angel with DNAAdoption.com, which helps adoptees identify birth relatives through DNA matching. She has also assisted law enforcement in the identification of crime victims and perpetrators.
Another major player in the genetic genealogy world who will be teaching classes is Katherine Borges, a co-founder and Director of ISOGG, the International Society of Genetic Genealogy. which is the primo source of knowledge and education concerning the use of genetics for genealogical research. Katherine is a member of Southern California Genealogical Society, the Daughters of the American Revolution, and the Colonial Dames of the XVII Century.
Both Barbara and Katherine will be presenting 4 classes. Oh my, how to choose…. ISOGG has that Y-Haplogroup Tree that I so love! And their Wiki is a tremendous source of hard-to-remember data! And there are 27 other classes to attend too…. (is it time to create a 2-day seminar)
We have posted the full class schedule in a previous Post: see here.
For those in a hurry who want to just get the Order Form, Click Here and just mail it in.
For directions to the Church where the Seminar is held: see here.
“A woman’s mind is cleaner than a man’s: She changes it more often.” – Oliver Herford