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Library Point, May 2013, page 3
This Saturday 11 May 2013 I will be making two presentations to the public in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The first is an introduction to genetic genealogy and the second is on lineage societies. If you are in the neighborhood, I hope to see you there!
From the Central Rappahannock Regional Library Website:
Introductory Genealogy and Beyond
Branch: Moved to the Free-Lance Star Building
Age Level: Adults
Description: CRRL and the Fredericksburg Regional Genealogical Society invite you to meet with the experts and learn everything you need to know about doing the family tree! Free! Sign up required. Call or email Kris Jankovits of FRGS 540-226-9280 or firstname.lastname@example.org
May 11: DNA in Genealogy and Lineage Societies--Shannon Bennett, Fredericksburg Regional Genealogy Society
Time: Saturday, May 11, 2013 - 9:00am - 11:00am
Synopsis of presentation on Genetic Genealogy:
This is a general overview of genetics and how it relates to genealogy. Topics discussed will include basic terminology, the types of testing offered, and how to use it in conjunction with your genealogy research. A knowledge of genetics is not required to attend.
Synopsis of presentation on Lineage Societies:
This presentation will focus on what individuals can do with their research. Lineage Societies are numerous and not only are a way to honor your heritage but also to connect with other people who share the same history and passions as you. Participants will be guided through how to select and find a society to what are the best types of documents to submit.