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Re: ordering a second BIGY ??

Francois..I ordered a BigY for my 64/67 and 102/111 Kelly Y-match from his FTDNA page..His sister is his page manager and she gave me access, and I was able to
Brian Fenton
3:27 PM
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28572

Re: ordering a second BIGY ??

And I just contacted FTDNA about a similar situation (someone in our surname group who is not a current FTDNA customer wanted to order a Big Y). The short of
davevance01
3:19 PM
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28571

Re: ordering a second BIGY ??

You need to create a separate account for your nephew. You can’t test two people’s DNA on the same account. ... You need to create a separate account for
Christopher McCown
1:55 PM
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28570

Re: ordering a second BIGY ??

HI All, I wanted to order a second BIG Y test on FTNDA so that, testing a nephew, I would get the results of the father line or my mother. Does someone know
francois dauphin
1:29 PM
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28569

Re: Two new subclades under R-Z251

I almost forgot we are R-FGC11986- and R-Z18092-, as well. Sincerely, Ray Rolla McCall, Esq. Captain & Armiger of Clan MacKall (Caithness) Project Admin of the
Ray McCall
10:58 AM
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28568

Re: Two new subclades under R-Z251

Hey, can you add us to the Little Scottish Cluster R-Z251 tree. I am R-S9294+. FTDNA: 208276 YSEQ: 1782 My brother Matthew James McCall, Gent. is: FTDNA:
celt62003
10:55 AM
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28567

Re: L21 > F4006

Dear Mike,      If it appears in both R-L21+ and R-L21- people then that SNP appears in the tree before R-L21.  I have often wondered if there were
Ray McCall
10:37 AM
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28566

Re: [R1b-L 21-Project ] ​ FG C324 9 p osition ing in Z25 3 tree q

Gearoid, In discussions in other quarters, I think FTDNA have a problem with their Z253 test. It is a plate where all the SNPs are tested at once, so the L226
Dennis Wright
Mar 27
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Re: [R1b-L21-Project] RE: [R1b-L 21-Project ] ​ FG C324 9 p ositio

Thanks Dennis I agree it doesn't look right. L226 was tested (+) when this kit was first added to your R-L226 project a couple of years ago, and would
gtkingston
Mar 27
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28564

Re: [R1b-L 21-Project ] ​ FGC324 9 p osition ing in Z25 3 tree qu

Hi Gearoid, There is definitely a problem here. I am aware that you have already tested L226+ and this is shown on your FTDNA personal page. If you are L226+
Dennis Wright
Mar 27
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28563

RE: [R1b-L 21-Project ] ​ FGC324 9 p osition ing in Z25 3 tree qu

Results on Z253 pack just in for a kit I manage - 192466 (Bray), and I find them very confusing. L226 positive but also FGC3249 positive, and classified as
gtkingston
Mar 27
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28562

Re: Estes example of Big Y and Y STRs for L21 and DF49

Thanks, Mike. Good advice! Marilyn From: R1b-L21-Project@yahoogroups.com [mailto:R1b-L21-Project@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Friday, March 27, 2015 3:25 PM To: L21
Marilyn Pilkington
Mar 27
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28561

Re: Estes example of Big Y and Y STRs for L21 and DF49

Marilyn, I would not try to expect too much precision in estimating TMRCAs based on counting novel variants. I think the key is that the NGS discovery testing
Mike W
Mar 27
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28560

Another paper with SNP mutation rates - both NGS and 111 STRs valued

"The Y-Chromosome Tree Bursts into Leaf: 13,000 High-Confidence SNPs Covering the Majority of Known Clades" by Hallast, et al. was just published in the Oxford
Mike W
Mar 27
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28559

Re: L21 > F4006

Alex, I looked at this a couple of months ago. I decided that since I could only say there is 1 F4006+ L21 person I just had to lay it to the side (or reserve
mikewww7
Mar 27
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