May Genealogy Events

Getting the Most Out of Your DNA Results

Monday, May 17th
7:00–8:00 p.m.
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DNA test results offer so much more than just finding out your ethnicity percentage. Gain a greater understanding of how you inherit you DNA and the difference between your genetic family tree vs your genealogical family tree. Find out how to analyze DNA matches and explore the benefits of Thrulines. Presented by Sarah Gutmann.

A Rosenberg is a Rosen is a Rose: How and Why Our Ancestors Changed their Names

Monday, May 24th
7:00–8:00 p.m.
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Our immigrant ancestors came with baggage. Clothing, photographs, candlesticks, recipes… and their names. All were cherished reminders of the “Old Country” except the names which were sometimes readily jettisoned when arriving in The Golden Land. Through a series of stories, the how, when and why of name changes will be explored. There will be time for participants to share stories of their own family name changes and to find out how to learn what the name originally was. Presented by Alan Steinfeld.

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