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Subject: RE: [DNA] RE: CDYa is the only marker that's different
Date: Thu, 25 May 2006 13:41:17 -0400
What is the difference in the DNA test to see who the father is and the
one to see what line your ancestors are? Also, what Company handles the 67
Marker testing and what are the approximate charges for this? I am from
the Loveless of NY Group. My second cousin was 37 Marker tested through
Family tree & the Lovelace/less Genealogy Group. Our Jim Lovelace was
traced went back to Joseph Lovelace, son of John Lovelace of New York. His
brother, My 3rd Great Grandfather Jeremiah Lovelace, born 1743, New York is
our direct connection. Thanks for your time and response.
Sent: 25-May-06 2:24 PM
Subject: [DNA] RE: CDYa is the only marker that's different
>If two men take a 37-marker test and match on all markers except CDYa, which
>is 37 for one man and 36 for the other, how does that affect whether or not
>they will be considered a match?
I just recently found the same situation with a 4th cousin, once removed...his g-g-grandfather was my g-g-g-grandfather's brother if I counted my 'greats' correctly. He's CDYb =36, I'm a 37. I consider this a very close match. Even having this sort of 36/37 mismatch between father and son would not be considered unusual since it has to occur at some point.
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