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From: Jeffrey Stewart <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Question on Test Results Numbers..E3b&R1b
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 11:50:15 -0800 (PST)
I have followed this list for several months, and there is very little chatter about any HGs exempt R1a or R1b. This is understandable since E3b makes up around 2% of FTDNA database, however I have read posts from confused surname administrators seeking answers for their equally confused participants; no reply.
If this list is in fact about all DNA and if in fact those surname groups are about all participants with the sponsored surname then those administrators and participants questions should be addressed.
I await in breathless anticipation.
ellen Levy <> wrote:
I must disagree with your assessment. The posters to
this list are well-educated about most of the
haplogroups, both Y chromo. & MtDNA. Some specialize
in analyzing certain groups over others and their
knowledged has been an invaluable source of
information on the List. I think Ken's recent posting
regarding this was incredibly well-stated.
What is it specifically you would like to know about
E3b? I've examined this haplogroup a bit and would
certainly been willing to try to answer inquiries
about it. I think others on the List would be willing
to give it a go as well if you have specific questions
regarding this haplogroups origins, distribution, etc.
> In a message dated 11/29/2004 8:57:07 AM Eastern
> Standard Time,
> > Is there a general reason no one would
> > match my brother and so many my husband?
> because there seems to be more matchs with eb3s
> but no one knows anything about eb3 here just r1h-1a
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