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Guidance Request for P.R. Thomas FTDNA Kit 410846

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Kathleen, I feel your pain. Our family name is Holden and we have a good paper trail back to 1816 with a possible additional generation but no paper trail to
rmh
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6:31 PM

GD in the 67 STR Excel sheet

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Thank you for the insights. I think I have to study that a bit to understand what do specifically do by this private SNP testing... I am quite novise here, as
juri.kainulainen
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Jun 24

YSEQ

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Many thanks, Mike W, for your case study. I thought it was very informative to see how you had taken a few strands of information and was able to weave all
colin.clarke224
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Jun 24

Will Big Y test results be affected by cancer diagnosis

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I’ve asked this question three or four times through the years to different folks at FTDNA – always with the same answer – it will not affect the yDNA
Terry Barton
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Jun 20

BIgY Sale Update

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Good morning all. I copied and pasted it, then typed it by hand. I really appreciate the counsel, as I was going to let this one go. I will definitely call
Joel Perez
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Jun 17

Fwd: [R1b1c_U106-S21] Modern Europe was formed by mass migration of

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Here is the link to the Nature abstract which includes links to supplementary data and charts DNA data explosion lights up the Bronze Age
jnigelbond
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Jun 14

R1b_Haplotypes updated with additional 67 STR people - New file uplo

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Jack, Done.  Thanks for the tip! Kathy#yiv8446323518 #yiv8446323518 -- #yiv8446323518ygrp-mkp {border:1px solid #d8d8d8;font-family:Arial;margin:10px
Goofus Broadway
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Jun 7

New file uploaded to R1b-YDNA

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Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the R1b-YDNA group. File :
R1b-YDNA@yahoogroups.com
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Jun 3

Lewis and Clark as an analogy for Big Y Next Generation testing

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same here! ᐧ *Joel F Perez* *CO-President/CFO/CBDO* *Fashion's Little Helpers, Inc.* www.amazon.com/shops/FashionsLittleHelpers *A human being must either
Joel Perez
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Jun 3

R1b Haplogroup question: most frequent end SNP among sephardic jews

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I think there must be some situations of R1b-M269 people in Iberia who Jewish groups. However, we can not say that is always true. Scroll down on the R1b xP297
Mike W
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May 21

Another paper portraying R1b's expansion throughout Europe

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From page two of this study: "...also by estimates of time-to-most-recent-common-ancestor (TMRCA) (Table 1) derived by two different methods. Considering
M Jost
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May 20

BAM file link?

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Thanks, Brian.  I will do that.  I wanted to call today, but Alas! they aren't available evenings or weekends.  :/k. On Saturday, May 16, 2015 2:48 PM,
Goofus Broadway
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May 16

Dennis Fernandez

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Hello Alisa, A GD of 0 at 37 markers is very close. The match list will have the highest level he has tested at with a Y-DNA37, Y-DNA67 or Y-DNA111 next to his
gene_alto
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May 9
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