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Daughters of the American Revolution Accepting DNA Evidence – October 5, 2013

The following link was posted to the ISOGG Administrator’s email list by Katherine Borges that some of you may find of interest.  Without going into the details, the DAR will begin accepting some Y-DNA evidence in support of new member … Continue reading

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New E1b Project Started – July 28, 2013

T A Caulley and Ross Kilpatrick have recently started a new project specific to FTDNA participants who have an E1b Haplotype from, or suspected to be from, Scotland.  If you are a E1b member, you can join the group by … Continue reading

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Why Should You Upgrade?

I borrowed the following from Emily Aulicino, the administrator of the Talley/Tolley Project: We really need everyone to have a minimum of 37 markers and it’s best to have at least 67 markers if 111 is impossible.  Why should you … Continue reading

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Code of Ethics Standards – June 4, 2013

The following information is from the ISOGG (international Society of Genetic Genealogist) Yahoo DNA Project Administrators Forum Group.  Our project, and hopefully all projects, adhere to the standards referred to in the article. DNA Project Administrators Forum Group Digest #3380 1a Admin … Continue reading

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The Grants of Burnside – April 10, 2013

The following was sent to me by n0n-partipants of the Grant DNA Project.  If you would like more inforamtion, I will forward your request to the author so they might correspond with you. “I was thrilled to get the following … Continue reading

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Clan Grant Canada Website – February 16, 2013

Penny Grant has created a website specific to Canadian-related genealogy history.  If you have ancestors that take you back to Canadian roots, you my find the website useful to your research.  Click on the link below: Clan Grant Canada

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Understanding Geno 2.0 – January 28, 2013

The following information was prepared by Emily Aulicino, the administrator of a number of Surname DNA Projects. She gave me permission to publish her message to the Talley/Tally/Tolley project, to which I monitor (my g-grandmother was a Talley). PLEASE understand that … Continue reading

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