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From: "Glen Todd" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] Assistance with Results Interpretation
Date: Thu, 5 May 2005 19:16:13 -0600
> As an update, I received additional markers for the two Goff descendants
> (from two different Goff families in TN, with no paper trail connection).
> One participant matches the Barlow haplotype 37/37 and other matches
> Barlow 25/25 and, of course, they match each other 25/25. Now, there is
> a family tradition in each Goff family that their earliest ancestor
> (each born around 1810 TN) was born a Barlow, orphaned and then adopted
> by a Goff family.
> Given the exact match with a TN Barlow family, it seems that the old
> family tradition has proven true. Anyone disagree? Thanks,
I would say that until and unless somebody comes up with some pretty darned
good information to the contrary, that you've got a winner. It looks as if
the genetic evidence does indeed substantiate the family tradition.
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