GSMC January First Wednesday Webinar
January 4, 2017 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
GSMC Library 9370 E. Washington St, Indianapolis
“Strategies to Find the Most Challenging Ancestors with Autosomal DNA Data”
Case studies are used to illustrate the best strategies to use to find the ancestors you need to fill in gaps in your family tree in the 6th and 7th generation. Class members learn how to mix and match the use of Ancestry DNA, FTDNA, and GEDmatch to accumulate DNA evidence while efficiently sorting through the many possible matches.
Presenter: James M. Baker, PhD, CG
Mr. Baker, an active genealogist for the past fifteen years, completed the requirements to become a BCG associate in 2011. He specializes in German, Midwest U.S., and early American research. He was an officer of the Sacramento German Genealogy Society (SGGS) and has contributed numerous articles to its quarterly, Der Blumenbaum. He also has written articles for the National Genealogical Society (NGS) Magazine and the NGS Quarterly. He is a member of NGS and SGGS. For the past ten years, he has volunteered at the Sacramento FamilySearch Library. He has given more than 100 genealogy presentations during the past three years at local, regional, and national events.
Free; No Reservation Required; Coffee & Cokes On Us
Library is Open from 9 am to 4 pm