- Video of talk given by Debbie Kennett on “Ancestral Research through DNA”
A video of the lecture given Saturday 12 November 2011 by Debbie Kennett on the use of Y-, mitochondrial and autosomal-DNA for researching family history with special emphasis on British India is available in the FIBIS Social Network website. A copy of the PowerPoint presentation and handouts given at the talk are also available with the video.
- "Ancestral research through DNA" by Debbie Kennett FIBIS Journal Number 27 (Spring 2012), pages 44-52 For details of how to access this article see FIBIS Journals
DNA and Social Networking – A Guide to Genealogy in the Twenty-First Century by Debbie Kennett, published Novenber 2011
The chapter titles in the book may be seen here
A review by Sarah Bilton of this book is in FIBIS Journal Number 27 (Spring 2012), pages 54-55
- DNA unlocks family secrets of the Chinese juggler, the enigmatic sea-captain and more Carolyn Abraham’s family were Anglo Indians who had lived in railway colonies. www.theglobeandmail.com. Carolyn Abraham: Solving family mysteries with DNA with a link to a podcast of a radio interview www.cbc.ca
- How BritainsDNA discovered Prince William's unknown genetic inheritance www.britainsdna.com, now an archived webpage and image of the Seurat baptismal record at the British Library FIBIS on Facebook
- BritainsDNA, The Times and Prince William – the perils of publication by press release by Debbie Kennett 19 June 2013 cruwys.blogspot.co.uk
- [Videos]: Past Sessions of RootsTech from 2015 to 2018 (at time of posting). rootstech.org. Rootstech is the FamilySearch annual conference. Contains videos about aspects of DNA.