Analyzing Your Ancestry DNA Results: Glenn York

ALERT: This class is cancelled at the Downtown Library due to the coronavirus outbreak in the state. Instead, our society will have a live broadcast for this presentation. You will still need to register to receive handouts and the live broadcast invitation with our access info! When the invitation is sent, you just access the link info and the Zoom software will be downloaded to your computer (completely safe) 15 minutes prior to the meeting and will automatically connect you to our meeting.

Registration for this class is required below!

This is a three hour class with breaks!

Class Description 

Have you taken an AncestryDNA Test? Do you understand the results? Are you getting the most out of these results? This class will provide a detailed review of AncestryDNA tests, will discuss what the results mean and how to use these results to advance your family history research. This class will help you identify and connect with your cousins that have also taken DNA tests.

Glenn York

Presenter’s Bio :
Glenn Has been doing genealogy research for over 35 years. Glenn likes to combine technology and
His current focus is on genetic genealogy. He took his first DNA test in 2005. He now manages DNA
tests with all major testing companies for over 30 different family members. His education includes a bachelor’s degree in Social Science and a Masters degree in Telecommunications. He has attended courses at the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG) and Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburg (GRIP).

Glenn facilitates the monthly DNA Study Group for the Larimer County Genealogical Society and the Longmont Genealogical Society. He is a co-administrator of the BATES Y-DNA Surname Project at FamilyTree DNA.

He currently serves as President of the Larimer County Genealogical Society and the Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies delegate to the Federation of Genealogical Societies. He is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists and many genealogical and historical societies. He teaches genealogy classes and volunteers to help people with genealogy research at the Fort Collins Library.

NOTE: The Loveland Library and Downtown Library in Fort Collins have cancelled the Genealogy Help sessions on Thursday afternoons through end of March due to the coronavirus outbreak!

Everyone that is interested in genealogy or family history is welcome to our FREE online classes!

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Registration is closed for this event.