Jim Bartlett has been a genealogist since 1974. He is the administrator of the Bartlett Surname Genealogy Project and lectures widely on how to successfully use the results of DNA testing to connect with cousins, determine common ancestors, and prove (or disprove) your family lines. In January 2015 Jim presented his introductory DNA program here at Bull Run Regional Library. This follow up intermediate presentation will include a simple review of how DNA works with emphasis on how to use your DNA test results to learn more about your surname and ancestry. You do not need to understand the biology behind the tests.
REPEATS Thursday, April 16, 2015, 11:00 a.m.