I've listed here the most important papers on the DNA/FH topic that I am able to make public.
The JOGG paper is also available on their website at www.jogg.info.
The Pomeroy Family Association (PFA) Annual Report is a shortened version of the report sent out to PFA members in December 2009. This abbreviated version shows the summary materials at the beginning of the report which describe how the trees are linked together and how the DNA results are being used, and they leave out the material on each individual tree.
The report prepared for Guild of One-name Studies (GOONS) members was a first draft of the JOGG paper I did in 2008. It is aimed at other project managers who are actively reconstructing the constituent trees in their surname(s) and collecting the transcribed data of key data sets in order to do so.
I've put these up so that they can gain a wider audience and help more people. PLEASE: do not re-post these files elsewhere on the web.
|Chris Pomery's DNA Testing Resources File
|PDF containing a list of online resources that I use in my teaching and lecturing on this topic.||Oct 10, 2010, 7:48 AM||Chris Pomery|
|JOGG, 2009: The Advantages of a Dual DNA/Documentary Approach when reconstructing the Family Trees of a Surname||1100k||v. 2||Jun 6, 2010, 8:49 AM||Chris Pomery|
|2009 Pomeroy Family Association Annual Report. Public and abbreviated version. PLEASE: do not re-post this file elsewhere on the web.||222k||v. 4||Jun 6, 2010, 8:30 AM||Chris Pomery|
|Report for GOONS members, prepared in mid-2008, describing the methods behind the Pomeroy Surname Reconstruction Project. PLEASE: do not re-post this file elsewhere on the web.||213k||v. 3||Jun 6, 2010, 8:56 AM||Chris Pomery|