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From: (David Faux)
Subject: Re: [DNA] P25
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2005 17:36:34 +0000
As I indicated it would appear that I have inadvertently opened Pandora's box. If someone puts R1b1c in Ysearch this suggests (but only suggests) that they have been tested formally for M269. I wish people would leave things at R1b to maintain consistency with the haplogroup predictors of FTDNA and Whit - but people are free to insert what they want in Ysearch no questions asked. If others are like me, then most of the R1b1c you see there now were not tested by us and the persons are likely responding to the post of David W. about his recent test findings. I hope that people who see "R1b1c" will not make the assumption that this person has been SNP tested unless there is an explicit notation that this is the case.
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> Am I the only one who looks at the pedigree charts on ysearch? I notice that
> Dean McGee is one of those now in R1b1c. His chart has an ancestor Samuel
> Stover. My, and cousin Ernie's, Hurst family bought land from him in 1793 in
> Shenandoah County, VA, and sold it back to the Stover's in 1798. Dean and I
> had a good exchange of e-mails on this interesting non-DNA connection
> several months ago.
> Bill Hurst
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