Using DNA to break down Scottish family history brick walls, 28 February


22 February 2024
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DNA detective Michelle Leonard shares her expertise with a selection of Scottish DNA case studies.

Michelle Leonard presents a selection of DNA case studies, showing how these can be used alongside traditional research to break down long-standing brick walls.


PLACES ARE LIMITED - BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE OR GET ALL SIX SCOTTISH FAMILY HISTORY MONTH TALKS AS A BUNDLE HERE

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Event details

The workshop will be hosted on Zoom and begins at 6.30pm UK time on 28 February 2024. It will last approx 1 hour 30 mins (inclusive of questions time).

Tickets cost £10 (BOOK HERE) or you can book all six talks as a bundle HERE)


About Michelle Leonard

Michelle Leonard is a professional genealogist, DNA Detective, freelance researcher, speaker, author and historian. She has extensive experience both in the traditional and genetic genealogy spheres and runs her own genealogy and DNA consultancy business Genes & Genealogy. She specializes in the use of DNA testing for genealogical purposes and, in particular, solving all manner of unknown parentage and unknown ancestor mysteries using a combination of DNA results analysis and conventional research methodologies. Her business also focuses on utilizing DNA testing to verify and enhance family trees and the teaching of genetic genealogy techniques via a variety of mediums.

 

 

image:  The MacAskill family, of Inverkirkaig, circa 1913, copyright Biblioteca Pública de Lajeado (Rio Grande do Sul) via Wikimedia Commons