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- I can recommend FTDNA and that is particularly so for this group.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, abell07030 <no_reply@...>
> --- In email@example.com, Rarose11@ wrote:
> > I am new to this group and therefore what do you do?
> If you've really posted to JewishGen and elsewhere, and you can afford
> it, I'd try to get mtDNA (and, if you're a guy, or can get a father,
> brother or paternal uncle or nephew to help Y chromosome) testing from
> Family Tree DNA.
> I haven't made a great, on-tree connection, but I think I now have
> evidence that some people who match me might share a connection about,
> say, 300 years back, and maybe some others share a connection about
> 500 to 700 years back.
> Also: I have a distant possible cousin who hired a researcher in
> Belarus to look about late 1700s and early 1800s revision lists. I
> don't know what the research cost, but those revision lists were
> really helpful. They helped push our tree in that line back to the
> early 1800 for sure, and maybe back to the 1750s with a little bit of