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This Weeks Discussion Theme: Consume Genealogy
This weekly is on genealogy. And comes to you by avid request from u/Blursed2021. Our focus is on sharing methods for researching your family history. Knowing your family’s lineage can give you a deeper sense of purpose. In that knowing where you came from enables you to better plan where to go. There are likely many interesting stories and connections in your family's past you’re unaware of. As u/Blursed2021 points out “[there are many] stories to be shared [and learned], such as that kooky old aunt who said we are royalty (turns out she was right) or your mom saying we have Cherokee blood (not a drop)”.
- Recommend methods of research e.g., personal genomics kits, family tree sites, or just asking your family.
- Personal genomics kits cons and pros. Is there a risk in giving up your DNA?
- Have you learned anything surprising about your family during your research?
- Is genealogy important?