Presentation “Making Sense of Endogamy and its Effect in our DNA”

Making Sense of Endogamy and its Effect in our DNA

Come and listen to Moises Garza present "Making Sense of Endogamy and its Effect in our DNA". Endogamy is the tendency of intermarrying within a close-knit society. Moises will provide some examples of his own ancestors and explain as to how it effects his and your DNA cousin matches estimates. This presentation will include great genealogical information as well as knowledge to help you understand DNA better.

The presentation will be December 10, 2018 at 10:00 AM at the Speer Memorial Library located at 801 E. 12th St. in Mission Texas. There is no cost to attend and it is open to the public.

Here is our program:

  • 10:00 AM - Greet and Meet - Talk About Genealogy
  • 10:15 AM - Presentation "Making Sense of Endogamy and its Effect in our DNA" - by Moises Garza
  • 11:10 AM - Open Registration if Anyone wants to become a member of Las Villas del Norte
  • 11:20 AM - Networking time to meet each other and talk about research.

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You Can't Make it to this Presentation?

Don't worry, join Las Villas del Norte today and you can watch this presentation online two days after it is recorded. You will also get our eBook "Las Villas del Norte, The 1757 Censuses of Laredo, Dolores, Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa", the e-version of our current year Journal, plus a ton of other great resources to help you in your genealogy.

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