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From: Nelda Percival <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Autosomal DNA testing
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2011 23:20:18 -0500
References: <CANvDYaUpa0prM=-Yx0Xpyv0U6HtawqrL6vd+ppPmnVkKyPaLyw@mail.gmail.com>
In-Reply-To: <CANvDYaUpa0prM=-Yx0Xpyv0U6HtawqrL6vd+ppPmnVkKyPaLyw@mail.gmail.com>


Karen,
That is up to the volunteer project manager. You could always ask for a Family Finder Surname project for your surname if the Y-DNA project admin. didn't want to...

But question, How do you keep it a name project? Autosomal Chromosome testing (Called FF- Family Finder at FTDNA) does not stay with a particular last name. It jumps around and NOT HAVING A MEASUREABLE SEGMENT from an ancestor DOES NOT MEAN YOUR NOT RELATED.

Also Which Parent did the segment come from....A Chromosome is a pair one from Dad and one from Mom...

But you've got a grand idea... if the Surname project admin did not want to incorporate the FF into the Y-DNA project then maybe you could admin the FF side and work together...??

Nelda
Nelda http://freepages.folklore.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~bonsteinandgilpin/



> Date: Sat, 2 Jul 2011 13:45:59 +1000
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> Subject: [DNA] Autosomal DNA testing
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> Does Family tree DNA offer a way that Autosomal test for females can be used
> to join a surname project? Maybe a secondary result page where males in the
> surname project can add their autosomal test results, along with females who
> have had the autosomal test and have researched a paper connection to the
> same surname.
>
> If females could have a link to a project in this way it would help women
> who don't know a male relative to ask. Any matches that have a paper
> connection, would extend the benefit of the project. While helping female
> descendants to connect to the projects surname and a haplogroup for that
> line of their ancestors.
>
> Autosomal test aren't able to determine what part of the results belong to
> which surname in a person's genealogy. By creating a connection to a
> surname, the results would be better utilised.
>
> Karen
>


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