Irish DNA Down Under

Irish DNA Down Under


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by Michelle Patient

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Irish DNA Down Under


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This presentation was originally given as part of Genetic Genealogy Ireland 2019.

 

One of the largest cohorts of migrants to Australia and New Zealand were from Ireland, but for many of us connecting back our research to the Irish ancestors has been a challenge. The topic will give an overview of migration waves and patterns from Ireland into Australia and New Zealand and discuss a number of examples of Irish ancestry puzzles and the role DNA has had in resolving them.

 


 
 

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Presenter: Michelle Patient

Australian genealogist and international speaker, Michelle Patient has qualifications in Chemistry & Geology, is a scientist, computer geek and DNA enthusiast. She belongs to many genealogy societies and currently volunteers on the Society of Australian Genealogists Education Committee and is the New Zealand Representative for the Guild of One Name Studies.

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