In this article, we've explore the lives and genealogy of the Mulungeon people with stories and information about their DNA, ethnicity, physical characteristics, and more!
Genealogy and Ancestry Blog
There are lots of genealogy, DNA and ancestry research options available and, in this MyHeritage review, we cover the free and paid options and how to choose the best MyHeritage subscription for you.
If you have uploaded your raw DNA data to the GEDmatch site and seen Neolithic DNA in your admixture results, this article will explain what the Neolithic period was and what the Neolithic DNA result means.
If you have a passion for genealogy and researching your family history, you might have considered a career using those skills. In this article, we'll cover some of the career opportunities available in the field of genealogy and research.
If you've recently done a DNA test and the result revealed "Scandinavia" as your ethnicity, you might wonder what that means. In this article we'll cover where this region is, the history of it, the genetic makeup of the region, and much more!
Some of the first American immigrants were the Scots-Irish, and their arrival and culture had a huge impact on America. In this article, we explore who the Scots-Irish were, and what brought them to America.
When you review your DNA results, you might expect to see a surname match with distance cousins and relatives. In this article, we cover why so many matches do not share the same surname and whether it is to be expected.
If you have done a DNA test recently, and your sister shows up as a cousin on the results, you might be wondering why. In this article, we'll cover what it means when DNA results show a sibling as a cousin.
Do you love Star Wars and genealogy? If so, this article is for you. We'll cover all the important Star Wars characters and map out their family trees for your viewing pleasure!
If you've ever wondered about the history of your home and who might have lived their before you, this article will give you some useful tips and advice on how to trace your house history.
Do you think that you might have Viking ancestry? In this article, we explain who the Vikings were, and what the term "Viking ancestry" really means.
You might have noticed that Ancestry has something called Public Member Trees. There are a huge number of these trees and, in this post, we cover what they are, how they work, and how to search through them.
If you are uploading raw DNA data to GEDmatch, you may find something called Archaic, or Ancient, DNA. In this article, we explain what Archaic DNA matches are, and how they can be used in genealogy research.
Find out what double first cousins are and how they can become doubly related to each other.
If you are looking to take an Ancestry DNA test and want to know what the Mexican Ancestry DNA results will look like, this article will cover exactly what you can expect to see and whether "Mexican" can be shown on a DNA test.
If you're looking at DNA results from Ancestry or 23andMe, you'll probably be wondering what cM shared means. In this article, we'll help you to understand this genealogy measurement and how it is used for tracing family matches.
Have you had a DNA test which showed you to have 1% Native American DNA? In this post, we'll explain what it means if your results say you have 1% Native American DNA and how it happens.
Are you interested to know what a distant cousin is and whether you are genetically related to them? In this article, we'll help you understand what a distant cousin is, whether they are considered family, and what DNA results might say.
Are you interested to know what a fifth cousin is and whether you are genetically related to them? In this article, we'll help you understand what a fifth cousin is, whether they are considered family, and what DNA results might say.
Are you interested to know what a first cousin is and whether you are genetically related to them? In this article, we'll help you understand what a first cousin is, whether they are considered family, and what DNA results might say.