Category: DNA Testing
Episodes of The Family Histories Podcast featuring the topic of DNA testing and analysis to support genealogy research.
S04EP03: ‘The Resolute’ with Shaquan McDowell
Andrew meets author and genealogist, Shaquan McDowell, and hears about his 5x Gt Grandmother, Elizabeth Scott, and we’re on the trail of a Wiley Fuller in 19th Century South Carolina.
S04EP02: ‘The Unexpected’ with Else Churchill
Andrew meets genealogist Else Churchill of The Society of Genealogists, and hears about an unexpected DNA result, and we’re trying to find the right baby in 1820’s, Herefordshire.
S04EP01: ‘The Undead’ with Linda Kvist
In this episode, host Andrew meets Swedish genealogist Linda Kvist who tells the story of a man who dies twice, and we’re looking for an Estonian wrestler and his wife.
S03EP08: The Great (Bonus Episode)
This bonus episode continues on from Episode 7, seeing host Andrew and guest Sheldon K. Goodman facing a strange bearded man with a sword.
S03EP01: ‘The Benefactor’ with Denise Geelhart
Series Three begins with Andrew meeting genealogist and true crime fan Denise Geelhart, who talks about her German ancestor who came to the USA, and we try to solve a DNA mystery of a 19th century woman in Tennessee.
S02EP07: ‘The Sapper’ with Emma Jolly
In this series final episode, Andrew meets professional genealogist Emma Jolly, who talks about her TV work, her travelling Sapper ancestor, and we’re looking for her ancestor during a cholera pandemic!
S02EP03: ‘The Swindler’ with Nathan Dylan Goodwin
Andrew meets genealogical crime mystery author Nathan Dylan Goodwin, hears about his swindling ancestor, and goes hunting for an 18th Century ancestor in Westminster.
S01EP02: ‘The Laundress’ with Jane Hough
We join Jane Hough to find out about how she deciphers DNA, and hear about her convicted laundress ancestor, and try to find her 3x Gt Grandfather’s birth.
S01EP01: ‘The Tyrant’ with Daniel Smith-Ramos
Daniel Smith-Ramos joins us to talk about The Tyrant in his family, Spanish-language researching, and a missing relative.