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Sep 13, 2015

Every month, an expert from our sponsor answers your questions about genealogy DNA.  This week, Dr. Joanna Mountain takes on a challenging listener question.  And Sarah O'Connor of talks about her research into a century old jailbreak involving a great great uncle!

Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and American Ancestors.  David talks about a new milestone recently achieved by Queen Elizabeth, new finds in the area of Stonehenge, and the discovery of 2.5 million year old remains in South Africa.  David also provides a "Low Tech Tip of the Week," a "poor man's GPS" for use in cemeteries!  He also has a review of an app called PhotoMyne, and another free database from NEHGS.

Then, Dr. Joanna Mountain from answers an amazing listener question about genealogy DNA, and offers other insights for you to understand as you consider your DNA test.  Everybody's talking DNA these days, and you won't want to miss what Dr. Mountain has to say.

In the next segment, Sarah O'Connor of reveals her criminal great great uncle's past and how she tracked his life after a jail break over a century ago!  It's another tale that will leave you saying "What a story!"

Then, Tom Perry from flawlessly handles another listener question on preservation.

It's all this week on Extreme Genes, America's Family History Show!