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From: James Blair <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Which mtDNA test for insight into ethnic origins?
Date: Sat, 30 Sep 2006 10:32:58 -0700 (PDT)
I don't think she'll be too disappointed if it comes back
100% European. She's not looking for any particular
ancestor, just curious to know if any non-European strains
would show up.
Thanks for the link. I guess that must be the same people
as DNAPrint, even though the URL is different. The
websites seem to be the same.
--- Ernie hurst <> wrote:
> Check out
> Their test gives you percentages, but don't expect to
> find much further back than a "full blooded" great
> grandparent, in your "minority" ethnicities. With a
> 3rd ggm said to be Cherokee & a 4th ggf, in another
> line, listed as "mulatto" in late 1700s tax records,
> mine came back 100% European.
> --- James Blair <> wrote:
> > To tell the truth that's what I thought. But my
> > sister is
> > under the impression (saw something on tv about it)
> > that
> > it's possible to get a DNA report which will say
> > (for
> > instance) that a person is 70% European, 20&
> > Sub-Saharan
> > African, and 10% Native American. Is there any
> > test, or
> > combination of tests, that could produce such a
> > report?
> > James
> Ernie Hurst
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