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How DNA tests help build your family tree with Jason Reeve, Ancestry Australia

Monday 13 November, 6pm to 7.30pm
Whare Wananga, L2 Central City Library, Lorne Street, Auckland

Free - All welcome

Learn how to complete more of your family tree using DNA tests with Jason Reeve, Ancestry Australia.

  • Learn how to find relatives; complete more of your family tree
    Where, and from which communities, do your ancestors come?
    What migratory journeys did they take
    Find long-lost relatives
    Relationships to important historical figures
    Insights from ethnicity perspectives.

Light refreshments from 5pm for a 6pm start.

All welcome, booking is essential to be sure of a place. RSVP by emailing: arc[at]

About Jason Reeve
Jason Reeve is Content Manager for Ancestry in New Zealand and Australia. A passionate advocate for all things history, Jason works closely with a range of archives, registries, historical & genealogical societies to uncover new record collections and share them with the Ancestry community.

The AncestryDNA network continues to grow with more than five million people having taken an AncestryDNA test.

As the world's largest consumer DNA database, AncestryDNA provides customers the opportunity to discover unexpected connections to new relatives, with more than 37 million third cousin or closer relative matches provided across the network.

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