If you're interested in personal or oral history, DNA-driven genealogy, family history, ancestry, life stories, time capsules and tracing your own personal Adam and Eve, here's how to start researching your own family history at the cellular level when written records stop and oral history contributes to the evidence.
What you're looking for in the search for your own origins and migrations is evidence. Every family has its own Adam and Eve--the original founders of a particular family line on either the male or female side. Find yours. Trace your ancestral founders through DNA-driven genealogy.
Genealogists now can use molecular genealogy--comparing and matching people by matrilineal DNA lineages--mtDNA or patrilineal Y-chromosome ancestry and/or racial percentages tests. People interested in ancestry now look at genetic markers to trace the migrations of the human species.
Here's how to trace your genealogy by DNA from your grandparents back 10,000 or more years. Anyone can be interested in DNA for ancestry research. Build a time capsule documenting, how your own family is a mosaic of communities.
What markers will shed light on your deepest ancestry? Discover the geographic travels and dwelling places of some of your ancestors. What's random and what's not?
Use these tools to study the history of your ancestors as part of a larger population. Look for similar patterns.