WEBINAR-DNA: What Do I Do With It Now That I Have It? Working With DNA Test Results by Laura Street Chaplin, October 14, 2021 7:00 PM (Central)
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From bounty land to pensions, there is no shortage of genealogical records for soldiers from The War of 1812. Learn how and why these records were created, how to make sense of them, and what those records can contain for your ancestors.
Brian Rhinehart is a professional genealogical researcher and speaker, who specializes in Civil War and War of 1812 research at the National Archives in Washington DC. Discovering five direct ancestors’ involvement in the Civil War sparked an interest in their military history and led to countless hours researching in the National Archives with their records, as well as hundreds of other soldiers’ records in the process. He is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists. His professional development includes Professional Genealogy Study Group 8, and ProGen 38, coursework at the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh, Boston University’s- Genealogical Research Certificate Program, The Genealogical Institute on Federal Records, and the National Genealogical Society’s Continuing Education Course: The War of 1812.