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From: Robert Davenport <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] FTDNA upgrade to GenoProject
Date: Tue, 07 Jun 2005 13:42:22 -0700
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where is this on our pages?

I can't find it.






At 01:12 PM 6/7/2005, you wrote:
>Good find, Allen. I think this just showed up today on personal pages. The
>fee to transfer results to the Genographic project is less than had been
>projected. As I understand it, you must do the procedure twice with two fees
>to transfer both Y-DNA and mtDNA. Am I correct?
>
>Bill Hurst
>
>P.S. I love having a spell checker back on the same disk as my e-mail, so
>that it actually works. I also like one of its alternatives to mtDNA: tuna!
>
> > Forgive me if this was posted. As I did not see it in a title. I tend to
> > read everything from this list.
> >
> > I just checked my status over at FTDNA and they now have an option to join
> > the GenoProject I went ahead and signed both my Y-DNA and mtDNA to the
> > GenoProject.
> >
> > Allen Hunt
> >
>
>
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