mtDNA Quick Reference Guide

$5.00

Everyone carries their mother’s mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA), an indestructible record of your direct maternal line. The genealogical uses of mtDNA can be complicated and are limited–but in the right situations, they’re powerful. This guide covers the basics of mtDNA testing, and how to harness its power to further your genealogical goals.

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Sandra Ford Stoerrle
Autosomal for other DNA testing

Sometimes families live and grow up and work in the same area, but if they don’t, autosomalDNA may be a way to find those who share some DNA but have other pieces and bits you need to find. This may lead to those missing links or have some leads to link relatives with some similarities to some people you have already found and you now need to prove or disprove the relationship.

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Anne Murphy
Helpful YDNA Guide

The YDNA guide had great information that helped me understand more about the test and what information might be gained from the results. I also sent a copy of it to a direct male descendant cousin whom I have asked to take a YDNA test. It was very helpful in his making the decision about taking the test.

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John Harrison
YDNA Quick Reference Guide

Great quick reference.

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Maureen Perez

Clear and understandable, many thanks

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MICHAEL SCHARR
DOH!

Hey Diahan,
It's Mike Scharr AGAIN. I'm sorry I'm so blonde but I bought the download able guides you suggested and later told you I never got them. You then sent me the links to do so. Now I can't find that email. Please send again.
Sorry
Mike