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In Search of Our Ancient Ancestors - surname origins and DNA tests

Find out more about your ancient ancestors, using records, surname origins and Deep Ancestry DNA testing.

Find out more about your ancient ancestors, using records, surname origins and Deep Ancestry DNA testing. We all have a fundamental desire to understand who we are and where we came from. Anthony Adolph has plenty of ideas. Find out about the records, oral history, study of surname origins, archaeology, fossil-hunting, genetic testing, ancient origin myths and even the science of the Big Bang. You can bring all these tools together for tracing your ancestry as far back as possible.


Anthony Adolph | talks


Date and Time:

20 July 2016 at 2:00 pm


1 hour



Society of Genealogists
14 Charterhouse Buildings
Goswell Road
020 7553 3290

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Available from:

Book online: http://www.sog.org.uk
Book by phone: 020 7553 3290

Additional Information:

There are no special entry requirements for this talk and you do not need to be a Member of the Society of Genealogists to attend. Family historians just starting out will find advice on where ‘missing’ marriages are most likely to be found. Those well advanced in tracing their family tree will be able to interpret their discoveries to better understand their ancestors’ motivations in this most personal and universal of areas. Everyone will have a better idea of whether the choices their ancestors made were exceptional or normal for their time.

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