Age Group:Adults (18 and up)
DNA: Getting Started with Ginger Ogilvie
Midland Genealogical Society Meeting
Zoom - virtual/hybrid program
7pm on Wednesday, March 15
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Don't have the technology at home? Come to the Library. We'll be projecting this online presentation on the screen in the Orchard Room.
Can DNA help your genealogical research? This class is for anyone who has been thinking about taking a DNA test or wondering what to do after taking one. We’ll cover basic terminology, which companies offer autosomal DNA testing, and how to interpret results. Privacy concerns and third-party resources will also be discussed. Ginger Ogilvie of Keep Family History Services will present an online Zoom program for the Midland Genealogical Society meeting tackling these topics.
Ginger Ogilvie is a professional genealogist who is passionate about helping people connect with their roots. As a descendant of Utah pioneers, she has studied several Westward migration patterns, and researched families in all regions of the continental United States, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Scotland, and Sweden. Ginger has a B.A. in History and completed the Certificate in Genealogical Research course with Boston University. She is a member of: Association for Professional Genealogists, National Genealogical Society, Utah Genealogical Association, Daughters of the American Revolution, Lansing Area African American Genealogical Society, and several local societies. Ginger loves to incorporate DNA testing into her research and is a founding co-administrator for the Ogilvy Y-DNA Surname Project through FamilyTreeDNA.