Join us on May 10th (Get the Best from Your Autosomal DNA Test - an Irish Perspective) for a live Zoom session.

Irish GenealogyAre you having difficulty tracing your Irish ancestors? Need to learn more about Irish family and social history and geography?

Ancestor Network, Ireland’s pre-eminent and most trusted genealogy research, advisory and publishing firm, is offering a number online workshops by authoritative speakers in 2021. Topics to be covered are ‘Irish Church Records’, and ‘Get the Best from Your Autosomal DNA Test – An Irish Perspective’

Participants registering will receive a free comprehensive list of Irish genealogy websites categorised into key research areas. Prices for the workshops are €30 each.

These online workshops will be presented via Zoom.

Monday 10 May, 7:00pm, 2:00pm (US East Coast) - Get the Best from Your Autosomal DNA Test - an Irish Perspective - Claire Bradley

Get the Best from Your Autosomal DNA Test – an Irish Perspective

Claire Bradley

Are you thinking about taking a DNA test to help discover your Irish ancestors? Or perhaps you’ve recently taken one? More and more people have done so with one of the popular databases like Ancestry or 23andMe. Do you understand what those ethnicity results mean, and who are all those people who share some DNA with you? You might have a pot of gold sitting under your nose! This talk will explain what it all means and show you how to get the best out of your test by taking you through some easy steps.

The event starts at 7pm (Dublin time, 2pm US East Coast) and will last for 1 hour including Q&A.

€30 - Register here to access the Live Zoom session

About the Genealogist for This Zoom Session

Claire BradleyClaire Bradley is a genealogist based in Dublin, Ireland. She holds a Certificate in Family History from University College Dublin and is currently working towards an MA in the History of the Family at the University of Limerick. As well as taking on research for clients with Ancestor Network, Claire teaches a bi-annual adult education course in researching family history and regularly gives lectures to family and local history societies. She also volunteers with the Irish Genealogical Research Society and helps run the popular genealogy forum. Her particular interests are DNA testing, Irish Quakers and Dublin records.