11 December 2019
Discover how DNA can enrich your family history research – and help you find news ancestors and connect with DNA cousins – with Family Tree DNA at Family Tree Live.
Family Tree Live is the UK’s most exciting family history event, organised by the team behind family-tree.co.uk and Family Tree magazine. The two-day show will be held at historic Alexandra Palace in London on 17 and 18 April 2020.
This annual family history celebration brings together individuals and organisations from the genealogy community in the UK and further afield, and Family Tree is delighted to announce that Family Tree DNA will be joining us at Family Tree Live again in 2020, showing how you can learn about your personal history and follow the path of your ancestors using its industry-leading DNA tests.
Why test with Family Tree DNA?
Family Tree DNA has the world’s most comprehensive DNA matching database for autosomal DNA, Y-DNA and mt-DNA, meaning that you can trace your maternal and paternal ancestry across the globe.
More than two million people have tested with Family Tree DNA since it was established in 2000, giving test takers access to the most comprehensive DNA matching database in the industry.
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Three types of test
Family Tree DNA offer three types of test and will be pleased to share information and answer questions about which test is right for you. You can talk to the experts at the FT DNA stand at Family Tree Live and learn what each of the tests offers:
- Paternal ancestry (Y-DNA)
- Maternal ancestry (mtDNA)
- Family ancestry (family finder)
DNA and privacy
You can also learn about the industry standard practices that ensure the safety and privacy of your DNA data and personal details – unlike many other testers, your DNA is processed and stored on site and not sent out to a third party laboratory. FT DNA use the latest technology including Illumina’s powerful HumanOmniExpress-24 chip and NovaSeq Sequencing System, allowing us to genotype DNA at the highest level and process the greatest number of samples.
Find out more about Family Tree DNA at the FamilyTreeDNA website and come along to see them at Family Tree Live - BOOK YOUR TICKET TODAY