Kentucky Genealogical Society

KGS Seminar 2019 on Video until Dec. 1!

 
 
 

 

Here's how to watch all four sessions on using DNA in genealogical research,

presented by The Genetic Genealogist, Blaine T. Bettinger, Ph.D., J.D.

  1. If you paid the registration fee for the KGS Seminar, your registration covers your access to the online videos. KGS will email the video links to you. If you registered but do not receive the link, alert KGS at seminar@kygs.org.
  2. If you did not register for the seminar but are a paid KGS member, sign in to kygs.org. Under "Members Only," click on "2nd Saturday Videos" and follow the prompts to register and pay the members-only rate of $20 via PayPal. You will receive access links via email within 24 hours after registration.
  3. If you are not a KGS member, complete the registration form to register and pay the $40 non-member fee. Your payment covers access to the four videos plus a one-year membership to KGS. You will receive access links via email within 24 hours after registration.
 
What's in the Videos?
If you have done autosomal DNA testing and have taken basic steps to interpret your test results and maybe identify potential cousins or ancestors, this seminar is definitely for you! Blaine Bettinger, nationally known as The Genetic Genealogist, presents four sessions to help you take your genetic genealogy research to the next level.
 
Using Autosomal DNA to Explore Your Ancestry – Learn how to analyze your ethnicity estimates, find long-lost cousins, and examine specific genealogical problems.
 
Using Autosomal DNA for 18th and 19th Century Mysteries
Discover ways to use the DNA inherited by your ancestors’ descendants to attack genealogical mysteries and brick walls.
 
Are You Doing Everything to Identify Your Matches? Examine numerous ways to use profiles of your matches to identify who they might be. Also examine ways to use the In Common With tool and the Shared Matches tool to estimate how that elusive match is related to you.
 
Introduction to Chromosome Mapping
Chromosome mapping assigns pieces of DNA you share with a known cousin to the ancestor or ancestral couple you share with that cousin. Learn more about the basics of chromosome mapping and how to use a third-party mapping tool called DNA Painter.
 
Be sure to register and view the videos soon. Access ends at 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 1, 2019.