|Tracing Your DNA: The Amazing Journey of Your Ancestors|
It is now possible to, relatively inexpensively, have a sample of your DNA tested, analyzed and compared to learn more about your ancestry and lineage than ever before. Learn about the three types of DNA testing used in genetic genealogy research and how the results can be used to determine recent family lineage and historic migrations of the human race. The class includes related case studies
and an overview of the National Geographic Genographic Project and world population haplogroups.
|David Boyette||15 Nov 2014 11:00 AM||Largo Library - Jenkins Auditorium
|Holiday Party|| ||20 Dec 2014 11:00 AM||Largo Library - Jenkins Auditorium
|Who is the Head of this Household?|
The shocking news is that the census was not created for genealogists! In spite of that, the census taker gathered lots of genealogical information you’ll want to investigate. Donna will discuss why the census was created and how to use various finding aids that will equip you to use these records wisely in your family search.
|Donna Moughty||17 Jan 2015 11:00 AM||Largo Library - Jenkins Auditorium
|Pinellas Genealogy Society 2015 Seminar -
more information||John Philip Colletta - principle speaker||14 Feb 2015 08:00 AM||Largo Library - Various
|This is tentatively scheduled|
Government Documents - Debra Fleming, the principal of The Ancestry Detective™, LLC a genealogical research firm, will present the topic.
|Debra Fleming||18 Apr 2015 11:00 AM||Largo Library - Jenkins Auditorium
|Topic TBD||George Morgan||16 May 2015 11:00 AM||Largo Library - Jenkins Auditorium