Do you want to know how much DNA you share with an aunt or uncle? In this post, learn about the DNA shared with aunts and uncles. You’ll also find out: Why we don’t share more DNA with our aunts and uncles Whether your aunt or uncle will have the same ethnicity results as you …
Do you want to know what the Leeds Method is? In this post, learn about the origins of this method and how the Leeds Method can help you learn more about your family using your DNA matches. You can use the Leeds Method if you: Have taken an autosomal DNA test, like the one offered …
Do you ever wonder if you are really related to all of your DNA matches? In other words, is it possible to share DNA and not be truly related?
Did you know you can link DNA matches to your family tree on Ancestry? In this post, learn how and why you should take advantage of this new feature. ==
If you’ve used the Gedmatch One-to-One Comparison tool, you;ve seen total half-match segments (HIR). Here, find out what this means for your DNA match.
Do you want to know how much DNA siblings share? Here, you’ll learn the answer, including the percent DNA and centimorgans shared between half-siblings.
Do you want to know a great way to keep your research about DNA matches organized? In this post, learn about my DNA Match Organizer Journal.
Do you want to know how many DNA segments first cousins share? Here, I’ll show you some examples and discuss shared DNA segments between first cousins.