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New match for McKnight, Smith, and Beattie.

Just added a new member to the McKnight Project who matches into Clan H. He is also Z251. He is descended from Thomas McKnight, b. 1833 in County Antrim. I
mcknight77
Sep 9, 2015
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Re: Info on my recent testing

Jennifer, the best thing to do is go to FTDNA and read up on the available testing. It's a lot of info and would be too much for me to post here. There are
mcknight77
Mar 6, 2015
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Re: Info on my recent testing

Ok so if I was to get my dad to do the test what would a big y test be? Because I'm going to be ordering the test sometime before father's day for him. And if
Jennifer
Mar 2, 2015
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Info on my recent testing

Just for information, I have taken the YSEQ Z251 panel. Unfortunately, I did not test positive for any known downstream subclades of Z251. I remain Z251*. That
mcknight77
Mar 1, 2015
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need dacron wrap

Hi Rick, Jan McKnight here again. I need about 3 yards of Dacron wrap for wrapping a cushion for a HIGH END chair with a leather cover. Would the sewn wrap be
jmck460
Sep 9, 2013
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Re: McKnights in Clay County Illinois

Barb, after re-reading your post I decided to answer this again. DF13 is a downstream SNP of R-L21 (you can also think of it a a smaller branch of the R-L21
Jim McKnight
Mar 22, 2013
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Re: McKnights in Clay County Illinois

Joe, I don't know of any personally since that's not my line. I do know that a lot of McKnights were in MS. None of the men in the McKnight Project list their
Jim McKnight
Mar 19, 2013
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Re: McKnights in Clay County Illinois

Jim   You are correct about my R-L21 misstatement. The FTDNA kit for my mother's paternal line is 213528, and surname of the tested person is Thornbrew. He
W McKnight
Mar 19, 2013
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Re: McKnights in Clay County Illinois

Joe, don't worry, I've done the same thing many times. I presume you meant that your mother's PATERNAL line is R-L21. And, yes you might be connected to a
Jim McKnight
Mar 18, 2013
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Re: McKnights in Clay County Illinois

Ok...that question did not come out as intended. Please mark that up to emailing while on pain meds!!   Joe ________________________________ From: W McKnight
W McKnight
Mar 18, 2013
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Re: McKnights in Clay County Illinois

Jim, My McKnight line is I2b1a, but my mother's maternal line is R-L21. Might this indicate that I could be connected with the McKnights belonging to Haplotype
W McKnight
Mar 18, 2013
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Re: McKnights in Clay County Illinois

Barb, yes we're related. Closely related. It just means that we're probably in just a thin line, or that our other related men have not tested. The more men
Jim McKnight
Mar 17, 2013
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Re: McKnights in Clay County Illinois

So in layman's terms, what does this mean? Are you and Smitty NOT related after all? I'm confused! Barb ... From: Jim McKnight To:
Barb and Smitty
Mar 17, 2013
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Re: McKnights in Clay County Illinois

Barb and Smitty, the DF13 results are back and you are positive for DF13, as I predicted. At this point I would recommend you join the R-L21 project. The folks
Jim McKnight
Mar 17, 2013
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Re: McKnights in Clay County Illinois

Barb, I manually loaded my yDNA to the Ancestry DNA site and you came up as a match. I sent you a message on Ancestry asking for collaboration. Two seconds
Jim McKnight
Feb 27, 2013
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