This introductory lecture will help you decide if DNA testing is right for you, or help those who are still somewhat new to genetic genealogy gain a more solid understanding of its concepts and applications.
Genealogy Lectures Offered by Colleen Robledo Greene
The following lectures are available for in-person presentation or as online webinars.
They are displayed in alphabetical order. Click on each lecture title to view the full description, lecture length, and target audience.
Trying to determine which family members to test and which company to test with can be confusing. You want to make smart choices that best address your genealogy research goals.
The Mexican federal civil registration system dates back to 1859, recording births, marriages, and deaths. However it yields much more biographical and kinship information than we encounter in U.S. vital records.
Mexican Catholic parish registrations are extent back to the 16th century in the colonial era, and record births, marriages, and burials. These records are rich in biographical details and multi-generational kinship clues.