Genealogy Roundup, February 27

Genealogy Roundup, February 27

First came the home DNA kits. Now come the support groups – I’ve been doing genetic genealogy so long that (as a beta tester), I was 23andMe’s first customer to learn something I wasn’t expecting. Surprise results are very common.

The ASL sign for DNA is better than the English for DNA

Custom playing cards are helping people share their family trees – “Your grandmother could be the queen of hearts.” Yes, yes she could. 👑❤️

Tuskegee Airman posthumously honored after decades MIA – Another lovely piece about Capt. Lawrence E. Dickson, a Tuskegee airman who will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery next month – this one about his daughter receiving his medals. Honored to have had the opportunity to find her.

Stephen King, wife give $1.25M to genealogical society

Photo Credit: Jason Pratt

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