DNA Analysis


"The commercials make it seem so easy!"

Genetic Genealogy Standards

Buy a test and find your family. Sounds simple enough. If you are on this page then you probably know it's anything but simple. The information provided from the test as results only provides numbers and possibly the user names of people who share some of your DNA. Where do you go from there?

The data suggest how you may be related, but it’s up to you to find and confirm the relationship. Even expert family historians not versed in DNA can find this difficult with their own family tree. Trees found for comparison are often not correct or, worse yet, not available for viewing. Being a family historian is not enough when you add the complexity of DNA analysis.

Often people get lost in the lingo: triangulation, ICW, CM, MCRA, NPE, GEDCOM, to name a few. Others have a hard time navigating the websites of the DNA testing company.  Some have tools that you might need help exploring.

No matter what your problem is, the results are the same: you feel you wasted your money and  are discouraged, and they may not try to use this valuable DNA information at all other than in learning ethnicity.

DNA is science, a tool that is revolutionizing the genealogy world in addition to providing valuable information for other disciplines. Your answers are in the DNA. The problem is that you don’t know how to do what is necessary to find those answers. That is when you need to turn it over to experts like DNA Huntress.

DNA Huntress researchers have the education and expertise to weed through your results. We will do the analysis for you and provide a report of what we find. While you continue with your day, we will spend ours hunting for the answer to your questions. Don’t walk away from the money you have already invested without the answers you seek.

As with the Genealogical Proof Standard, DNA has a standard that has been recognized by genealogy professionals. DNA Huntress follows the Genetic Genealogy Standards, which can be viewed at http://www.geneticgenealogystandards.com/.

"The commercials make it seem so easy!"

Buy a test and find your family. Sounds simple enough. If you are on this page then you probably know it's anything but simple. The information provided from the test as results only provides numbers and possibly the user names of people who share some of your DNA. Where do you go from there?

The data suggest how you may be related, but it’s up to you to find and confirm the relationship. Even expert family historians not versed in DNA can find this difficult with their own family tree. Trees found for comparison are often not correct or, worse yet, not available for viewing. Being a family historian is not enough when you add the complexity of DNA analysis.

Often people get lost in the lingo: triangulation, ICW, CM, MCRA, NPE, GEDCOM, to name a few. Others have a hard time navigating the websites of the DNA testing company.  Some have tools that you might need help exploring.

No matter what your problem is, the results are the same: you feel you wasted your money and  are discouraged, and they may not try to use this valuable DNA information at all other than in learning ethnicity.

DNA is science, a tool that is revolutionizing the genealogy world in addition to providing valuable information for other disciplines. Your answers are in the DNA. The problem is that you don’t know how to do what is necessary to find those answers. That is when you need to turn it over to experts like DNA Huntress.

DNA Huntress researchers have the education and expertise to weed through your results. We will do the analysis for you and provide a report of what we find. While you continue with your day, we will spend ours hunting for the answer to your questions. Don’t walk away from the money you have already invested without the answers you seek.

Genetic Genealogy Standards

As with the Genealogical Proof Standard, DNA has a standard that has been recognized by genealogy professionals. DNA Huntress follows the Genetic Genealogy Standards, which can be viewed at http://www.geneticgenealogystandards.com/.