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Wake County Genealogical Society - January 2018 Meeting

January 23 @ 7pm - 8:30pm**
Olivia Raney Local History Library
4016 Carya Drive, Raleigh, North Carolina 27610

Video Presentation - DNA: Mapping your Chromosomes using DNApainter

You've taken one or more DNA tests, you've looked at your ethnicity reports, and you've found some relatives whose DNA matches yours. Maybe you've even loaded your DNA into GedMatch. What's next? Chromosome mapping!

We will view and discuss a recent video by Blaine Bettinger about chromosome mapping using a new tool, DNApainter. This tool is currently free. Some WCGS members say it's the easiest mapping tool they have seen. Blaine is an attorney and an expert in DNA. He is also an excellent speaker.

All WCGS meetings are free and open to the public. Bring a friend! Refreshments will be served during social time after the presentation.

In case of cancellation due to inclement weather or other reasons, we will attempt to notify members via email, our website http://www.wakecogen.org/
and our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Wake-County-Genealogical-Society-231325130212311/
Please do not travel to events if you feel that doing so would be unsafe.


Tar Heel Discoveries

15-20 April 2018 & 14-19 October 2018
State Archives of North Carolina & Government and Heritage Library, 109 E. Jones St., Raleigh, NC

Operated by Diane L. Richard and Vickie P. Young

Introducing: Tar Heel Discoveries - Guided North Carolina Genealogical Research

Diane L. Richard and Victoria P. Young announce the formation of their joint business venture offering individuals the opportunity to maximize results when researching their North Carolina ancestors.

Designed to accommodate genealogists with varying levels of research experience, Tar Heel Discoveries offers personalized, individualized support and instruction over five days at the North Carolina State Archives and Government & Heritage Library in Raleigh. Two week-long sessions (15-20 April and 14-19 October) are offered in 2018. Registration is now open!

Diane and Vickie have over 25 years combined experience as full-time professional genealogists specializing in North Carolina research and are members of a number of industry organizations, including the national and local chapters of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG), the North Carolina Genealogical Society (NCGS), and the National Genealogical Society (NGS).

Have you ever been frustrated when visiting a new repository (or one you haven’t been to in a while) by not knowing how to efficiently utilize its holdings? Interested in learning from experts on North Carolina history and genealogical research topics? Have you come to a “brick wall” and don’t know which resources to consult? Want to touch original documents relating to your ancestors? Then consider joining us for a week of learning and new discoveries!

For program details (fees and what is included) and more information, visit www.tarheeldiscoveries.com or email us with questions at moc.seirevocsidleehrat|ofni#moc.seirevocsidleehrat|ofni.



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