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36733

Re: I don't think I belong

Thank you very much. I must have been very tired, I was probably tripping over it. As I've mentioned before but if you will indulge me I will repeat (mainly
american_infantry169
4:52 PM
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36732

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

My personal example is the Z326 level which now has 11, and counting, downstream twigs.  We have got to be missing something from Big-Y that FGC can
Wayne Kauffman
3:53 PM
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36731

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

There are some clades below the Null 425 cluster (Z326) which have some clades not reported in the Big Y. There are also a couple of clades between Z8 and Z11
Raymond Wing
3:51 PM
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36730

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

Hi, I understand the nuances that Ray mentions and having to look qualitatively at each project, but are there any known specific subclades that are not served
Jeremy Thomas
3:43 PM
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36729

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

Dig deeper, LOL! Another great example.... Charles
Charles Moore
3:17 PM
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36728

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

I just sent an email today to the closest kit (non Dunn) that matches the Z344 Dunn group. I suggested FGC Elite and BIGY and offered some funding toward their
lairdkinna
3:13 PM
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36727

Routes to your North East Roots

This may be of interest to those of NE Scotland ancestry. I would like to be there, for sure. Routes to your North East Roots – Saturday 26th September 2015
s21607keith
2:59 PM
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36726

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

As I educated the group at various points along the way, and at least Charles Acree immediately went to work on the basis of what I said, the STR mutations,
Charles Moore
2:54 PM
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36725

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

I would like to add to Philippe's excellent analogy. Doing a 12-marker Y STR test is like jumping out of a plane with a parachute somewhere over your home
Tim Janzen
2:52 PM
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36724

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

Another way I look at the Big Y results. Personally, for me (being also the Genealogist for the Wing Family of America, Inc.) I had three Wings (descendants of
Raymond Wing
2:47 PM
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36723

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

Agreed!! Example: the two closest FGC testers to myself, and the three closest Big Y testers to myself were encouraged to take these tests at my initiative.
Charles Moore
2:38 PM
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36722

Re: Migratory route of refugees through Europe

To supplement Charles' reply  the mode of transportation would also influence how a migration occurred. Today rivers/waterways are not an impediment for
Wayne Kauffman
2:37 PM
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36721

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

I am certainly not saying the Big Y is equal to the Y-Elite test because it is clear the Y-Elite test is far superior. What we are basically debating is
Raymond Wing
2:34 PM
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36720

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

Regardless of the analogies, there is no question that the FGC tests are better. There are only a few of us who have had both. The FGC test includes MORE SNPs
Charles Moore
2:28 PM
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36719

Re: Questions for U106 specialists

It seems there is a malevolent spirit abroad just now. It is called the 'Impatience Sprite'. I know, it sits on my shoulder too, and twitters incessantly. Much
alholdcroft
2:21 PM
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