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From: "Roberta Estes" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Problems with some surname project admins
Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2011 21:44:29 -0500
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I have a new wrinkle today.
I got my first transfer person from ancestry. Family Tree DNA does not
assign or estimate their haplogroup, so I'm stuck as I group in my
haplogroup, by haplogroups (or subgroups). Of course, I can estimate this
based on who they match most closely (if anyone), but that seems an
unreliable way, at best. And my person who paid to transfer is not a happy
camper. He paid to transfer so he could be in the haplogroup project.
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