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Time Travel Tuesday

Some of you have asked more about the historical quest I’m taking with my DNA testing and genealogy research.  If your wondering what in the world I’m talking about, you can check out this… 618 more words


Color Genomics raises $45 million to provide cheaper genetic tests that detect cancer risk

Othman Laraki and Elad Gil were sitting on Twitter’s roof deck after their previous company Mixer Labs had been acquired. Gil had brought a small hard drive with him — which happened to contain data on his genome being sequenced — and Laraki wanted to take a look at the data. 953 more words


The Confession:

We are already in the middle of this journey.

It started with a DNA test via Ancestry.com. Once I got my results in June, my father was inspired to take the test himself and received his results in July. 436 more words


Did I Marry My Cousin?

When I met my husband, it was like going home. We’d been friends a long time, and that added to the ease in our relationship. However, when his family mentioned that his grandmother’s maiden name, Enriquez, was the same as my own, I was astonished. 180 more words


Lab 2: Where are we from?

Where are you from?

Many people ask this exact question to their parents at least once in their life. That need for knowing where your bloodline comes from and where your ancestors have traveled is something that has grown so much over time, even making a website to do so for you called, … 402 more words

Lab 2

Research Resources

Useful resources to aid in your family tree research

Family Search (familysearch.org) – Free census search, variety of free records including marriage and death. You don’t need to have an account with them, but helpful if you do, in order to view some record originals. 154 more words


Finding Martha

Martha was “lost” for the past one hundred years. Where did she come from? Where did she end up? Through DNA testing and research on ancestry.com, I discovered the answer to those questions. 684 more words