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Karen Cummings created Genealogical Ponderings in July 2013. She is both an accredited and qualified genealogist and a full member of the Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives (AGRA) in the UK.
Karen writes that the key themes “are methodology, DNA testing and the route to becoming a professional genealogy. I also post on topical issues or research that interest me at the time, include some book reviews and mention my Cowling research from time to time.”
The category tags she has selected for her site are British Cemetery and Cremation Records, Methodology, DNA testing, and Professional Research
Three recent posts include
- Accreditation and professional qualifications in professional genealogy
- My grandmother: ahead of the times
- Review – Tracing Your Ancestors Using DNA
Thank you for being a part of Geneabloggers, Karen, as well as supporting us with your premium membership.
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