Mags Gaulden Keynote Speaker, "The Power of Genetic Genealogy" Join us for Mags' presentation on how genetic genealogy and DNA connects us all. She will look at the bright future of genetic genealogy and how you can use it to grow your family tree.
Your favorite Blueberry loving Genetic Genealogist will be presenting Workshops on Friday June 1st at the Ontario Genealogical Society Conference in Guelph, Ontario. Have I mentioned how much I enjoy giving lectures, presentations and Workshops? I do. I do! On June 1st, 2018, at the Ontario Genealogical Society Conference in Guelph, ON, I will be … Continue reading "Not One But Two DNA Workshops!"
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."
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"
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"
Hamilton Public Library’s 2nd Annual Genealogy Fair Presented by the Local History & Archives Department and the Ontario Genealogical Society. Learn more about your family history at the 2019 Hamilton Genealogy Fair. Presented by the Local History & Archives Department at the Hamilton Public Library and the Ontario Genealogical Society. Date: Saturday, November 16, … Continue reading "Hamilton Genealogy Fair"
A scientist in Ottawa, wants to know what his real last name is. The family lore? The great grandfather, Samuel, was adopted by an African-Canadian gentleman, Abraham. The adoptee, Samuel, was the son of Abraham’s wife’s sister. Family photographs of Samuel’s children reveal Anglo-Canadian boys. Taking all the information from a family Genealogy done previously and adding aspects of traditional, forensic and genetic genealogy we will extend the story, finding the truth to this family’s rich history. Along the way we will discover their real identity, and their story, beyond Samuel Gorge and into the dark history early African families in Ontario.
Mags will be at Roots Tech this year. Mainly hanging out at the WikiTree booth - #1311. Mags will also be helping with the mitYDNA.org booth - #1842. Interesting Booth Talks Schedule Wednesday: 9:30 AM - Ballroom B, Quickly finding common ancestors through DNA (Rob Warthen) - Regular session 6pm - WikiTree - Sarah Rojas … Continue reading "Roots Tech 2020"
DNA 201 - Matching, autosomal, Y, mitochondrial and X Tips and tools to help you connect with your matches and your EKCA's (Earliest Known Common Ancestor). Matching is easy! I have a match who is listed as a fourth cousin AND they share my surname. I am done. Not so fast. Is your surname a … Continue reading "Lennox and Addington Museum – DNA 201"
Mags will be virtually visiting the Rideau Township Historical society to talk to them about the power of DNA. It's all about how DNA can be used in genealogical research and where this kind of research is today and moving into the future.