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From: ahunt <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Tragedy of Immense Proportions! :p
Date: Fri, 26 May 2006 07:34:03 -0700
Sound like something is turned off at FTDNA website.
Rue Lynn Allen wrote:
>Back in March, I posted a query about my friend who's
>a second generation adoptee and as a results, I bought
>a 37 marker FTDNA test for him for his birthday. I
>got him as part of the FTDNA Adoptee group.
>The results have just come back....and he has NO
>MATCHES! Not even at the 12 marker level! He has
>come back as a plain vanilla Rlb1 Haplogroup. Is this
>b/c he's only trying to be matched within the Adoptee
>I had been enthusiastically touting this as so very
>cool (I had came back with several dozen Allen
>matches) and he's going to give me grief forever about
>He's on a diving trip in Belize (without me! but
>that's another story) I'm about to go put his markers
>at Ysearch.org. But isn't it baffling to have NO
>MATCHES....even at the 12 marker level? or is this
>b/c he was assigned to the Adoptee group?
>I have until Wednesday afternoon to scramble and show
>him that my magnificent b-day present was really
>Any input would be much appreciated! ack!
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