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From: "Jerry L. Ivey" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] African-American DNA
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2003 14:01:46 -0500


No, but I have run a project where the participants were primarily White
and not believed to have had an African ancestor up the tree. Or at
least a male African ancestor.

You can see our results at
http://www.ivey-ivie-ivy.org/DNA/dnaresults.htm

The African ancestry is apparently 17th-18th century in the US, as many
of this line of E3a "became White" by the late 1700s

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From: OrinWells [mailto:]
Sent: Saturday, July 12, 2003 11:22 AM
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Subject: [DNA] African-American DNA


Has anyone run a project where the participants were primarily African
American and not believed to have had a white ancestor up the tree? I
am
wondering what the patterns look like.

We have had our first African American Wells tested and while he did not

match any of the Wells families, he came pretty close (4 misses) on two
lines and two individuals we have not been able to place so far.

What I am wondering is if there is anything among the markers used by
Relative Genetics (or Family Tree DNA where they match Relative
Genetics)
that would hint at a "recent" African origin (as opposed to European)
for
the male line?





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