Who do you think you are?

12th November 2020

Who do you think you are? Genealogical research training videos

Who do you think you are? Migration and identity in Rathlin, Ballycastle and the Glens Year 2 (2020-2021) of the Who do you think you are? […]
19th October 2020

Who do you think you are? Unknown family members and DNA colour clustering

Who do you think you are? Unknown family members and DNA colour clustering In this project post, I wanted to look at the previously unknown family […]
26th August 2020

Who do you think you are? The advantages of a geographic DNA project.

Who do you think you are? Migration and identity in Rathlin, Ballycastle and the Glens This video talk by Martin McDowell from the North of Ireland […]
26th August 2020

Who do you think you are? The skeleton in the closet

Who do you think you are? Migration and identity in Rathlin, Ballycastle and the Glens When we embarked on the Who do you think you are? […]
25th August 2020

Who do you think you are? Speaking of identity…

Who do you think you are? Migration and identity in Rathlin, Ballycastle and the Glens All participants in the Who Do You Think You Are? programme […]
25th August 2020

Who do you think you are? Summary DNA results

Who do you think you are? Migration and identity in Rathlin, Ballycastle and the Glens Over the course of Year 1 of the programme (2019-2020), 60 […]
25th August 2020

Who do you think you are? Project background

Who do you think you are? Migration and identity in Rathlin, Ballycastle and the Glens Who do you think you are? is a multi-year project supported […]
13th February 2020

Who Do We Think We Are? at the Northern Ireland Science Festival

We are delighted to be able to bring Prof Dan Bradley (TCD) back for a free event to present his popular talk, Who do we think […]
5th November 2019

Who do you think you are? DNA, identity and culture in Rathlin and the Glens.

Who do you think you are? is a new multi-year partnership between CCGBC Museum Services, CCGBC Good Relations, Carey Historical Society, Glens of Antrim Historical Society, […]