Genealogy website/DNA help ID WWII remains

In January 1944 1st Lt Robert Eugene Oxford was one of eight men on a supply mission aboard a U.S. Army bomber headed from China to India. The plane never arrived, and a search was impossible because there was no way to pinpoint where it went down. The men were later declared dead.

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Latest issue of Irish Roots Magazine

The 2017 Second Quarter issue of Irish Roots Magazine arrived by email this week. Another fact-filled edition!

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Comparison of DNA tests

Have you ever wanted to purchase a DNA test kit from multiple companies and compare the results?

DNA will tell

I heard an intriguing story the other day about DNA test results. I’m enjoying a long weekend in Chicago, but the story remains on my mind.

A friend submitted a DNA test kit for her 80-year-old-plus father. When potential matches began to appear, she was puzzled. This was not the family she expected to find. […]

DNA, Genealogy And The Search For Who We Are

Learning more about DNA is one of my genealogical resolutions for 2016. This looks like a good place to start.

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Cyber Monday deal

If you’re waiting for a special deal on DNA testing, here’s one to consider.

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Celtic DNA

Genetic genealogy is definitely not a fad that will go away. (Remember early predictions about the World Wide Web?) To put it in non-scientific terms, DNA may be the ultimate brick-wall buster.

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DNA “outs” a family secret

Nearly 90 years ago a memoir entitled The President’s Daughter was published by Nan Britton, who claimed President Warren Harding was the father of her out-of-wedlock child.

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DNA Day 2015

DNA Day 2015 is here!

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Second DNA class added for Sat, April 11

DNA is definitely a hot topic! IGSI’s Irish Saturday class on the subject filled up quickly – so we are adding a second class.

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