The Ballycarry DNA Project – Initial Findings

Martin McDowell
Feb 14, 2020
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About this webinar

This webinar was recorded as part of the Genetic Genealogy 2020 conference.

The Ballycarry project is examining a geographic area through DNA and attempting to find connections between people descended from families who lived there in days gone by. By testing people who would never otherwise test we have gathered unique evidence that can be used to build family trees backwards and sideways to recreate family trees long since forgotten.

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About the speaker

A lifelong interest in local history and family history was re-ignited after Martin got his first DNA test in 2012. As the education and development officer of the North of Ireland Family History Society, Martin is never more enthusiastic than whe
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  1. Bonnie Benning
    2 years ago

    I just submitted my DNA to Family Tree DNA. I am interested in the Ballycarry DNA project. My family name is Beggs and although I have been a member of Ancestry for 4 years; I still have not found out where my family members from Antrim came from. Looking forward to seeing what comes from the transfer.


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