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May 26th Kathryn Grant More Mysteries of the Change Log Revealed
June 2nd James Tanner  What’s New on My
June 9th Julie Stoddard Understanding DNA and Using DNA Test Results to Build Your Family Tree

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Maureen Brady – May 19th, 2022


James Tanner – May 12th, 2022


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Amy Stoddard – April 21, 2022


Annette Adams – April 14th, 2022

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