Genealogy with a Canadian Twist, hosted by Looking 4 Ancestors Genealogist, Kathryn Lake Hogan, U.E, is a weekly chat about all things Canadian Genealogy. On this particular episode Kathryn will be chatting with Mags Gaulden, a member of the Canadian Casualty Identification Team. The Program identifies newly found remains of missing Canadian war dead prior to … Continue reading "Genealogy with a Canadian Twist – Mags Gaulden and her work as a member of the Canadian Casualty Identification Team."
November 24th, City of Ottawa Archives, Tallwood Avenue, Ottawa. DNA and Genealogy - Mr Frogs Wild ride.
Mags will be presenting, The Power of DNA, to the Merrickville and District Historical Society Annual General Meeting. She will discuss the nuts and bolts of how DNA and genealogy can move family histories forward. The DNA of one of Merrickville's founders may make a special appearance during the talk. Please contact the Merrickville and … Continue reading "Merrickville and District Historical Society AGM"
WikiTree In The House! I will be attending the 2018 International Genetic Genealogy Conference in San Diego and will be sporting the latest in WikiTree Orange. See if you can find me - it will be like where's waldo, but with an orange twist! This event is sponsored by the Institute for Genetic Genealogy and … Continue reading "i4gg – San Diego"
I'll be one of many WikiTree splashes of orange at Roots Tech 2019. Stop by the WikiTree booth to meet some of the people you have only met Virtually - Chris Whitten, Eowyn Langholf, Jaime Nelson, Me (Mags), Michael Stills, Peter Roberts, Karen Tobo, Susie McCleod, Sarah Rojas, Barbara Shoff, and more! I will be … Continue reading "Roots Tech 2019 – WikiTree in the House!"
Surname Projects and DNA Projects, What is the difference? Is it all YDNA? Can we use mtDNA to further a Surname Study? What about XDNA, isn't X only handed down from the Mother to the daughter (no it's not), can it help? And what about auDNA, how can knowing information back to our 64, 4th … Continue reading "The Surname Society AGM/Conference 2019"
Forensic Genealogy and Adoption - Betty Jean's Story For adoptees, finding genealogy for your family is a seriously daunting task. Betty Jean is a 90-year-old Adoptee with no paperwork or information to go on. Other than her adopted birth certificate and small hints from her adoptive parents, she knows nothing. Walk through the steps needed … Continue reading "The Genealogy Show, Birmingham England, 11.30am – 12.30pm, June 7, 2019"
Mags will be lending her bit of Canadian/Carolinian spin to this Birmingham, England based Genealogy show! She will be talking about: Forensic Genealogy and Adoption – Betty Jean’s Story Finding Genealogy for your family can become a seriously daunting task if you are adopted. Betty Jean is a 90-year-old Adoptee with no paperwork or information … Continue reading "The Genealogy Show"
Grandma's Genes in Oakville! Wednesday, October 09 6:30pm - 8:30pm I'll be dropping by the Oakville Library Genealogy meetup on October 9th. "Whether you’re new to genealogy or an experienced researcher, come learn in this informal seminar setting. Here’s a chance to ask and answer questions about your genealogical research from your fellow family historians … Continue reading "Grandma’s Genes in Oakville!"