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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
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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
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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
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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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Merging of the McKnight and McNutt projects

Just a note to let everyone know we have merged the McNutt FTDNA project into the McKnight project. We will be assigning those new folk to existing Clans or to
mcknight77
Feb 4, 2013
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