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From: CeCe Moore <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] DNA matching of cousins
Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 14:15:32 -0800
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Good info, Paul. Thanks for compiling it.
CeCe


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> Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 10:11:25 -0600
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> Subject: Re: [DNA] DNA matching of cousins
>
(SNIP)
>
>
> Review of these, my own results, and results shared by CeCe and Tim, would
> suggest the 6.09% would most likely be 1x removed and the 9.77% is within
> observed high range for 1x removed. While the 9.77% is within observed low
> range for full first cousin, the 6.09% is below any documented results at
> that range, not to say it's not possible.
>
(SNIP)



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