Post a comment. Pages Home My books and publications Presentations Disclosure. I've been sworn to secrecy for the last two years but I am now pleased to announce the publication of a new book Advanced Genetic Genealogy: Techniques and Case Studies , edited by Debbie Parker Wayne. I contributed a chapter on "The promise and limitations of genetic genealogy" where I had great fun speculating about what the future holds for genetic genealogy.
Case Study: Overcoming Same-Named People in Genealogy Records
Each case study begins with a research question—usually related to identity or relationship, but sometimes about a situation. The research question is answered through a clear and convincing presentation of relevant evidence—no more and no less. Most research questions in published case studies are answered either using indirect evidence or by resolving conflicts between evidence. Methodology is a term that is used widely across many disciplines—but what is it exactly?
DNA Testing: A Case Study With Staggering Conclusions
Some of you may be familiar with genealogy football. Some of you may not. Some of you may not care. Since that time Genealogy Standards has become rule book in the field.
This is an adaptation of that presentation. Thank you for such a well-presented five part piece on using mtDNA! We have six others who match us and we all follow our respective lines to eastern New York State by I am the only one who follows mine to Rhode Island and I want to know who her mother was!!! I suspect I will use the link to your case study quite often.