We think of genealogy in terms of researching our family history. In fact, it is a specialized investigative science used extensively in legal areas such real estate, criminal investigations, repatriation of military remains, natural resources, mineral rights, and more. In the latest Genealogy TV – Footnotes Series Connie Knox interviews Christine Cochran on how forensic genealogy is defined, its application, and the tools used (hint: DNA evidence is just one
The world is opening up to all the ways in which genealogy can benefit our society from criminal investigations to repatriation of American soldiers. Come learn the various forms forensic genealogy takes and the evolution of its application
DNA is all the rage these days. How has it impacted professional genealogists and what can it do for you?
Professional Genealogy, while not a new area, is sometimes an unknown entity to the general public. Here are a few considerations to ponder about hiring a consultant.
Genealogical research is a new adventure for many. You may have questions like: How do we start? What happens next? or What should I expect? Here’s how we proceed.