The New Mexico DNA Project
(Find your roots in French and other harrowed grounds)
The goal of the New Mexico DNA Project is to help people find their ancient origins. To discover previously unknown living relatives. To determine migration patterns of different families. To see if similar sounding surnames are related. To discover how closely related all of us really are. To share this information with others so that we can learn more about where we came from.
To join the project, go to http://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=New-Mexico-DNA.
Thousands of New Mexicans have been tested. The website displays a list of family names whose members have been tested or for whom testing would further knowledge of New Mexico’ human history. This list is preliminary and does not include all those who are part of the Project. The Project’s director is Angel de Cervantes, who will be delighted to help, and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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Other links of interest, in no particular order
A nice list to genealogy resources with many links
A reader from the UK sent me this link, a comprehensive guide on getting started in genealogy. Thank you to Lily Jones.
Genealogy Guides in The Hub Post and Public Records Reviews
Nice primers on how to start researching genealogy and a bit more (scroll to the end).
A comprehensive, categorized & cross-referenced list of links that point you to genealogical research sites online.
GenealogyExplained is an educational blog designed to help weekend warrior genealogists learn how to climb their family trees.
Here is an interesting link to turn your genealogy hobby into a side Business: https://www.business.com/articles/turn-genealogy-into-business/
A primer to research the “genealogy” of your old house: https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/a-guide-to-researching-the-history-of-a-house/