You've submitted your
DNA sample to the testing company. What can you do while you wait for your
Submit your pedigree for our
Patriarchs page. Conduct genealogical research to document and extend
your paternal line as far as possible. [Links to the following coming soon]:
Now, you've received your results.
How can you make the most of your DNA results?
[Links to the following are in process]:
About us - Your Thompson DNA
Please note: The
Thompson DNA Project co-administrators are volunteers and do not work for
Family Tree DNA, DNA Heritage, Relative Genetics, or any other testing company. We do not
receive commissions or compensation of any kind. We volunteer because
we care about Thompson genealogy, and we want to help you use DNA results to
help make genealogical connections.
Linda Thompson Jonas
has been conducting full-time genealogical research
for more than 30 years. She is a former president of the British Isles
Family History Society-U.S.A. and is co-author with Paul Milner of A
Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your English Ancestors (Betterway
Books, 2000) and A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Scottish
Ancestors (Betterway Books, 2002).
Linda specializes in finding immigrant origins.
She reads genealogical records in many languages, including paleography, and
she is a former volunteer at the Immigrant Genealogical Society. Linda was
staff trainer at the Los Angeles Family History Center. She lectures
on all aspects of immigrant research including passenger lists,
naturalization records, and more. She is particularly sought for her
expertise in finding the origins of Colonial Americans.
Linda Jonas lives within a few miles of Washington,
D.C. and frequently researches in the Library of Congress, the National
Archives, the DAR Library, as well as repositories in Maryland,
Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Tennessee.
Linda is a Regional Coordinator for the International Society of
Genetic Genealogy [ISOGG], the Administrator of the U5 mtDNA Project,
Co-administrator of the British Isles DNA Project, and is conducting several DNA projects of
historical importance. She is uniquely qualified to help participants use
DNA with traditional genealogy to find the origins of their Thompson
Linda is currently the Director of the McLean
[Virginia] Family History Center which specializes in colonial immigrant
ancestry. She is immediate past President of the Mount Vernon Genealogical Society.
Katherine Hope Borges
member of the International Society of Genetic Genealogy [ISOGG].
Katherine is the ISOGG Regional Coordinator for Central California.
She is well experienced with managing DNA projects; she currently
coordinates four DNA surname projects and four DNA geographical/heritage
projects including the Scotland DNA Project.
Katherine holds several chairmanships in the
Daughters of the American Revolution and Colonial Dames. When not
involved with her genealogical pursuits, she also serves as a Girl
Scout Co-leader and U.S. Navy Sea Cadet Instructor.
Feel free to discuss the Thompson
Thompson Family Forum
information, contact Linda Thompson Jonas or Katherine Borges
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