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Shelley Crawford
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Australian genealogist. Owner of Connected DNA.
Australian genealogist. Owner of Connected DNA.

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If DNA match network charts appeal to you, but the learning curve doesn't, I can help out.

I'm very pleased to announce my new venture: Connected DNA.
www.connecteddna.com

I create searchable PDF charts that map out the web of relationships between DNA matches and identifies shared match groups. Shared match groups provide a practical entry point for discovering common ancestors. As you review each match in a group, patterns of surnames or places start to emerge.

Every chart comes with a match list with match group membership identified.

Full siblings tested? Even better! Unless they are identical, full siblings don't share all the same DNA. It follows that they don't share all the same DNA matches. I can combine results for any number of full siblings in one chart for a more complete view of the matches relevant to your shared ancestry.

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Ancestry didn't give me any DNA circles, so I made my own.
#genealogy
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"The Gallant Sorter of the GPO
5ft 9in, and wore a Mo"

It looks like my great-great uncle wasn't so great, after all.

#trovetuesday #genealogy
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I had a problem publishing from Windows Live Writer to Blogger this morning, but I'm happy with the solution.
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Learning more about Catherine Lucy Darcy – part 1
After a piece of luck finding James Bennett’s death record (a long missing puzzle piece!) I was inspired to look more closely at his wife, Catherine Lucy Darcy . This is the information I had about Catherine’s origins: According to Catherine’s death certifi...
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Analysis of the content of birth notices, 1850s to 1950s.
This has been keeping me busy! This first post runs through was was actually included in birth notices over time. My next post will talk about how we can use the information to write better newspaper searches. 
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This post links to all the responses to my Australia Day 2012 geneablogging challenge/invitation. You don't have to be Australian to appreciate them!

I'll continue to add any responses for another day or two.

Enjoy!
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