DNA is not one of the genealogy tools that I do a lot with. I do have some tests out there, such as a yDNA for my O’Connell line, I also have had family members take the atDNA tests with AncestryDNA and 23 and Me. The atDNA raw dna has also been uploaded to GEDmatch, Family Tree DNA and one test to My Heritage as well.
Though I do not use DNA in my everyday research, I like to think that I have learned a thing or two over the past few years.
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For National DNA Day, I offer you a round-up of my posts on this topic:
Comparing Autosomal DNA
AncestryDNA and a Curran Connection
2nd DNA Test Arrives
FtDNA Here We Come
Why Did You Take The AncestryDna Test
DNA Test Has Been Received
Taking my DNA Test
Throwing My Hat Into The DNA Ring