I've written two peer-reviewed reports, each around 10,000 words, for the Journal of Genetic Genealogy (JOGG) with the aim of defining a methodology to combine genetic and documentary research that genealogists in the UK and elsewhere can adapt for their particular surname and family history research projects. Both can be viewed on the JOGG website as an HTML file or downloaded as a PDF.
In 2008 I wrote a long paper on my own surname project aimed at stimulating discussion among the members of the Guild of One-name Studies (GOONS) about integrating genetic and documentary evidence within surname reconstruction projects. This paper can now be accessed on the Downloads page.
Additionally, I've written five editions of an annual report for members of the Pomeroy Family Association and non-member DNA test participants, the latest of which runs to 96 pages, and three project annual reports for the members of the Dalton Genealogical Society, the latest running to 54 pages. An abbreviated version of the latest Pomeroy Family Association report, excising the family information, is also available on the Downloads page.
Papers & Reports
|Journal of Genetic Genealogy||Defining a methodology to reconstruct the family trees of a surname within a DNA/documentary dual approach project||Download PDF||2010 Fall|
|Journal of Genetic Genealogy||The Advantages of a Dual DNA/Documentary Approach to Reconstruct the Family Trees of a Surname||Download PDF||2009 Fall|
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