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From: "Ron Lindsay" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] New R1b and its subclades Haplogroup Project Launched
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2005 08:42:54 -0800
I am an R1b1c based on my M269 derived positive.
Based on what I have seen thus far and your statement at the end of your
post "Looking forward to many of you FTDNA R1bs out there joining up", am I
correct in assuming that this R1b and subclade database that you wish to
build is limited to FTDNA customers only?
San Jose, CA
From: charles [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 10:24 PM
Subject: [DNA] New R1b and its subclades Haplogroup Project Launched
Hello to all yDNA R1bs from an R1b1c*.
I am pleased to announce that I have launched the "R1b yDNA Haplogroup
and SubClades Project" as part of FamilyTreeDNA.com's new Haplogroup
Projects category. As some may already know from earlier announcements
tonight, FTDNA now has three project categories: Surname Projects,
Geographic Projects, and Haplogroup Projects.
To learn more about my new R1b and its subclades yDNA project, search at
the FamilyTreeDNA.com website putting R1b in the 'projects begins with'
search field box and you will be directed to the new public website to
find out more information and details. Even if you are already in two
surname projects and one geographic project, you are still eligible to
join this newly available category and thus add your R1b and subclades
haplotype YSTR data to my centralized publicly viewable yDNA haplogroup
R1b data collection effort. Member in other projects of course can join
my new project via their BLUE JOIN button in their personal FTDNA webpage.
My initial project public page is up and running at FTDNA as of now and
ready to be joined. More features will be added in the future ... both
as FTDNA adds features, functions, and project admin tools to this major
new project category ... and/or as I develop collateral supporting
webpages on my servers to assist and support this major new yDNA data
collection and analysis project.
Looking forward to many of you FTDNA R1bs out there joining up.
Best wishes for a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all.
Synergy at Work!
Charles Kerchner, P.E., (R1b1c*)
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