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Dna Genealogy Ancestry

AncestryDNA: Everybody's Doing It - Who should take an AncestryDNA test? Why would you want multiple people in your family to get tested? What can you do with all of those test results? Join Crista Cowan and AncestryDNA Program Manager, Anna Swayne for answers to these questions and more.

Following this helpful cheat sheet of how many ancestors each person has, can you determine how many 11th great-grandparents you could potentially have?

Kitty Cooper: How do you use autosomal DNA testing to enhance your genealogical research without having to take a PhD level course? This is a question several of my cousins have asked me, so here is my attempt to answer.

AncestryDNA discoveries made easier with the help of the shaky leaf. This new kind of hint will help you easily spot a DNA match who shares an ancestor with you - we call it the "Shared Ancestor Hint." Learn more here. #genealogy #AncestryDNA #DNA

Our AncestryDNA team just returned from 2014 International Genetic Genealogy Conference where they presented the science behind DNA inheritance and matching. Learn why inheritance patterns are random and how we determine DNA matches with our technology: http://ancstry.me/1roYGHl

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