S05 E06: Introducing Borland Genetics and Ancestral Virtual DNA Results with Kevin Borland

How would you feel if you could see a virtual DNA result for an ancestor who lived long ago?

Those who have taken a DNA test know the initial thrill that’s felt when the results come in. We know the excitement of talking about our results with others…as well as sharing other family members’ results with them if we are managing their DNA test kits. Imagine taking our excitement about our results, or our family members’ results, to an entirely different level.

Kevin Borland joined the show to talk about a company that creates virtual DNA results for bygone ancestors: Borland Genetics. Kevin talked about other Borland tools, small cMs and DNA matches, and more.

Borland Genetics is a unique autosomal DNA database where users create public DNA profiles for their deceased ancestors, using the tools and methods provided on the site. Subscribers will not only be matched against the DNA kits of living donors – they will typically find user-sourced reconstructed DNA kits for individuals who lived long ago. Kevin is the company’s Founder and President.


We are available for your genealogy research project!

Whether you’re new to genealogy, don’t have the time to pursue your own research, or have a stubborn brick wall you just can’t break through: you can hire one of our experienced research team who will happily work with you to achieve your genealogy research goals. As the first Black-owned genealogy research company, our African American genealogists excel at African American genealogy! As African Americans with caucasian ancestors – our genealogists are just as experienced in researching European-descended American ancestry.

The short video below covers what we do and how we do it:

How to contact us

For more information about our genealogy research services, our contact form, and our research service contact, please visit: https://genealogyadventures.net/research

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