Re: New Post: Links > Bowes Surname DNA Project > Academic DNA Studies
- Ya, that's right. I found it interesting for its methodology and saved it for future reference
that way, should a similar study be done in "our" area of England. I have discovered I can
highlight and add comments to .pdf files, so I will be putting the clean copies under Links
> Bowes Surname DNA Project > Academic DNA Studies, and my highlighted versionsunder Files > Bowes Surname DNA Project > Academic DNA Studies. My plan is to go
through each of these studies and highlight them, adding any comments I might have, for
my own reference if no one else's. So far I've just been gathering clean copies in the Links
section of the studies I'm aware of centering in England and Ireland. After reading them
I'll post my highlighted/commented versions under Files (have done so with this latest
study. I'll put them in context in the description fields where they are filed. Thanks again
for your perspective. Feel free to contribute any specific comments to them via message
and I can add them in my .pdf program and re-upload the file.
--- In email@example.com, "Jeff" <bowes2000@...> wrote:
> The value of this source,in terms of advancing knowledge of the
> English 'Bowes/Bowe' surname, depends upon what region this study
> relates to. For example if it only concerns, Cheshire, The Wirral and
> Lancashire it would not touch upon those areas most associated with the
> Bowes/Bowe surname, Cumbria and North Yorkshire/County Durham.
> If this hasany--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mhbowes11"
> <martha.bowes@> wrote:
> > Excavating Past Population Structures by Surname-Based Sampling: The
> Genetic Legacy of
> > the Vikings in Northwest England