Monthly Archives: August 2012

“G” Haplogroup/SNP Project Discussion

(In response to any inquiry.) I don’t have much G2 knowledge.  So, I went to the Internet for more information.  Have you seen the following wikipedia.com reference, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_G_(Y-DNA)? The following is an excerpt from said site related to G2a3b2 (L177+). … Continue reading

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DNA 101 – Lesson 2 – Viewing My Results to Others in My Group

Perhaps you are new to the FamilyTreeDNA website and want to see if you have any close matches and are not sure how to find what you should be looking at for the first time.  If you have not viewed … Continue reading

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My Email Address has Changed

Every time we send out a broadcast message to the entire Grant DNA Project group, we receive Undelivered email messages.  This message occurs when a participant changes his/her email address, but fails to make the change on their personal FTDNA … Continue reading

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Delete My Email Address Question

Sometimes, when we send out a broadcast message to the entire Grant DNA Project group, we receive an email from a recipient asking to be removed from the email list.  Until the new Gap 2.0 program was released, we were able … Continue reading

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DNA 101 – Lesson 1 – Accessing Your Matches for the First Time

Perhaps you are new to the FamilyTreeDNA website and want to see if you have any close matches and are not sure how to find what you should be looking at for the first time.  Lesson 1 is a 4-minute … Continue reading

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Joining Projects

Some of you new to the FamilyTreeDNA genealogy website and all the opportunities their website offers to participants.  In this blog, I want to briefly discuss the frequent question regarding Join A Project.  You can join as many projects as you … Continue reading

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Introduction to Our Blog

Welcome to the Grant DNA Project blog, an extension of our Grant DNA Project website.  The primary purpose of including a blog link from the website is to allow the co-administrators the opportunity to discuss in greater detail thoughts or answer questions regarding test results found in … Continue reading

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