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Sandra Bailey via wpdatacenter.com 

Jun 9, 2018, 6:21 PM

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Name: Sandra Bailey

Email: slbailey16


Comment: Recently received my ancestry DNA results, and now I’m totally hooked! On one of Henry Louis Gates programs, recently, he used the results from mtDNA to locate exactly where, Oprah, Chris Tucker and a few others originated. I would love to find that part of my DNA, which would clarify where the European percentages came from. When my brother finally gets his ancestryDNA done, will our mtDNA be evident, or should I get that test done separately. Which test would you recommend if that is the case?
I am also very, very interested in beginning the courses toward becoming a geneologist. What steps do you recommend?
Thanks for your help.
Sandra Bailey

Time: June 10, 2018 at 1:21 am
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Hi, thank you for your interest in Genealogy. There are several resources that you may review to become a genealogist.

Brigham Young University
Boston University
The National Genealogical Society (ngsgenealogy.org)
Board of Certification of Genealogist
Association of Professional Genealogist (apgen.org)
Most of the genealogist online today and blogging are not certified but have done the body of work to be acknowledged as a genealogist.
There are courses with Ancestry.com, 23andMe, Family Search Center in Salt Lake City, UT, Legacy, Inc., and RootsMagic.com.
Best Wishes


Benjamin Montgomery

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