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From: Cynthia Hammonds <>
Subject: Re: [SHARP-L] Sharp family groups
Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2003 17:46:01 -0700 (PDT)
yes that is what I am trying to do is find similaraties and therefore I see no reason to be smart aleck. Thanks very much!
wrote:In a message dated 06/25/2003 6:03:35 PM Central Daylight Time,
> though--I just saw an e-mail on another family group that the only match he
> got was
> to *another* surname. Hmmmm. What does one do in that case? Ask his mother?
> This could get rather embarrassing.
The company explains that matches in other surnames, usually do not mean
anything, unless the two people find that their ancestors were in the same place
at the same time, then an adoption or something could have occurred. There
have been cases of name changes, too, but if you have a common Haplotype, those
matches should be ignored. In my FRENCH line. I have set a record so far with
about 120 matches with people of other surnames. The good thing is that I
have four matches within my group and have gotten past my brick wall of many,
Julia French Wood
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