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  • A collection of records, including an identity card
    When it comes to genealogy, there’s no shortage of myths and misconceptions. From the tall tales told by your great uncle to the myths that are so widespread that they almost feel like facts—it’s important to debunk them all.  
  • Some old photos and records
    Finding family history can be incredibly fun and often pleasantly surprising. But it’s also quite complicated.  Think of it as putting together a very intricate puzzle—you’re bound to mess up, and it will largely be a process based on trial
  • A close-up of a DNA strand under a microscope
    When parents experience heart problems in their 40’s their children often wonder if they can expect the same for themselves in the future. However, this is not necessarily true, as people tend to confuse “heredity” and “genetics.” A hereditary disease can be
  • A adopted child playing with foster parents
    While many adoptees may prefer to keep their adoption details under wraps, some people try to find biological family roots. They try to find out where they’re from, who their biological parents are, and some may even choose to connect
  • When you first start researching your family history, all you’re going to be thinking about is DNA tests and their results. But once you have the result in your hand, you’ll realize that they only point out raw facts with
  • A person holding two black and white photographs
    Nowadays, a lot of people have become very interested in finding their family tree. And have turned to DNA tests and genetic genealogy services to learn more about where and who they come from.   And researching family history is
  • Handcuffs lying on a sheet of fingerprints
    Forensic genealogy services are also known as investigative genetic genealogy services and are a series of approaches that use genealogical methods to investigate criminal cases.   Forensic genealogy is also used to identify human remains from crime scenes.   Genealogists