Make Plans to Attend the A Summer of DNA eConference

Register for a virtual event at DNA sponsored by MyHeritageDNA. #genealogy #dnaresults #conference

Genetic genealogy can be confusing but there are a number of tools and strategies that can help us make more sense of it all. Sponsored by MyHeritage, all registrants have a chance to WIN one of 4 DNA kits and other door prizes.

This conference will discuss the new Theory of Family Relativity tool from MyHeritage DNA and how to process DNA matches that have endogamy involved. You’ll also learn how to choose who in your family should take a DNA test to help with your cousin match quest. Finally, you’ll come to understand the purposes of atDNA and how to make more cousin discovers and verify your lineage.

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​Friday, 9 August 2019 
Begins 8:30 am Central


atDNA: Verify, Correct, Expand - Emily Aucilino
Emily Aulicino

atDNA: Verify, Correct, Expand

Do you have conflicting family stories? Are you certain your cousins are your cousins?  Are you at a dead-end for some ancestral lines? Learn how autosomal DNA testing can help you verify your lineage, correct your oral family history, and expand your pedigree chart.  Through various success stories, you can discover how others have triumphed and how you can as well.

Theory of Family Relativity and Other MyHeritage DNA Tools  - Daniel Horowitz
Daniel Horowitz

Theory of Family Relativity and Other MyHeritage DNA Tools 

MyHeritage DNA test can reveal valuable family history information and enable you to connect with relatives you never knew. Among the useful newest tools offered are: The Theory of Family Relativity™ incorporates genealogical information from all our collections of 10+ billion historical records and family tree profiles, to offer theories on how you and your DNA Matches might be related, and The AutoClusters organizes your matches who likely belong to the same branch and have a common ancestor, shedding light on the relationship paths that connect you and your matches.

Donna Rutherford
Donna Rutherford

Testing Family Members (why & who to choose) 

This class will outline the benefits of having additional family members test and which family members you should choose.   It will explain what to consider and how to go about creating a test plan to answer specific genealogical questions. The general theory will be backed up by examples of how to use your own results coupled with your family results to solve your genealogical problems.

Leah Larkin

When Your Tree Is a Banyan: Working with Endogamy and DNA

Endogamy, the practice of marrying within a specific group, often results in members of that group being related to one another multiple ways. This can cause relatives to share more DNA than expected and can complicate genetic genealogy analyses. This talk will address how to identify endogamy and best practices for working with it.

eConference Details

 Early bird pricing is $19.99 until July 31st. After that, pricing will increase to $24.99. You MUST register by August 7th to watch the eConference and obtain the handouts. To learn more and register visit,

Who Can Attend the DNA eConference?

  • The eConference is open to anyone with an internet connection who is ready to have fun while learning!
  • If you can’t attend the live broadcast, you will have access to the replay for 30 days!

More About the eConference Producers

The conference producers are the Family History Fanatics, a genealogy education company that focuses on putting the fun in online learning. See the difference the FHF Group puts together for you! If you are interested in scheduling your own eConference fundraiser, email

Devon Noel Lee

Devon Noel Lee

Devon Noel Lee is passionate about capturing and preserving family stories so no one alive today has to be researched, or forgotten, tomorrow. She has authored 6 how-to books, a memoir, two published family history biographies, and over 60 family scrapbooks. She's an enthusiastic speaker who energizes, encourages, and educates at the same time.

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