Genealogy Roundup, November 6

Genealogy Roundup, November 6

A White Woman Searches for Her Black Family – Thought-provoking DNA tale

Soldier Accounted For From World War II (Franco, P.) – Welcome home, Pvt. Porfirio “Junior” Carrasco Franco. Honored to have researched your family.

‘Game-Changer’ Warrant Let Detective Search Genetic Database – Grrrr …

“That’s a huge game-changer,” said Erin Murphy, a law professor at New York University. “The company made a decision to keep law enforcement out, and that’s been overridden by a court. It’s a signal that no genetic information can be safe.”

Soldier Accounted For From Korean War (Phy, H.) – Welcome home, CPL. Herman Raymond Phy. Honored to have researched your family.

Photo Credit: Natalie Keyssar | The Wall Street Journal

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