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From: "Dennis Wright" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] What the standard for Access after you tested
Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2007 09:54:09 +1000
To put some perspective on this matter, the BRYAN project had been run as a
Putting BRYAN in the search box at FTDNA shows a BRYAN project with 57
members. Clicking on this takes you to
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~allbryan/ where no results are
published. There have been a few contact email addresses posted on the page
which either bounce or are not replied to.
After much frustration, John Bryant contacted FTDNA who advised the results
could be found at
http://www.ftdna.com/public/bryan/ This address is not listed anywhere for
a researcher to find.
On this page a Group Administrator was listed with her email address. As
several participants, 16-21, have the markers of "Irish Type III" cluster, I
contacted the Group Administrator and requested that those members might be
advised that there was a website devoted to their cluster. I did not
receive a reply and am aware that the Group Administrator was upset that the
results had been made public, that her email address was on this page and
that she was now being contacted by "strangers". Her email address was
subsequently removed and I see this morning that there is a new Group
Administrator, who I will contact with my request.
As I tested with DNA Heritage and only a few markers with FTDNA, I do not
enjoy the benefit of seeing close matches at 25/37 markers.
I believe all participants get most value by making their markers public,
through Surname projects and Ysearch, The more we give the more we get
R1b1c* Irish Type III
Ysearch ID 6PWCD
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