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  • Just got my mtDNA Full Sequence: U5a2c3a

    On my straight female line guess I'm a native European from way way back.

    Anyway, I got a heck of a deal on the mtDNA Full Sequence. Couldn't resist. Thanks, FTDNA!

    I have two exact full sequence matches now, a brother and his sister. Their mtDNA mdka, Mary James, was born in 1836. She shows up in the 1860 census living in Lauderdale County, Alabama, which, by co-inky-dink, is precisely where my mtDNA mdka was born in 1878. Hmmm . . .

    I suspect she was the older sister of my mdka's mother.

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    Awesome

    Originally posted by Stevo View Post
    On my straight female line guess I'm a native European from way way back.

    Anyway, I got a heck of a deal on the mtDNA Full Sequence. Couldn't resist. Thanks, FTDNA!

    I have two exact full sequence matches now, a brother and his sister. Their mtDNA mdka, Mary James, was born in 1836. She shows up in the 1860 census living in Lauderdale County, Alabama, which, by co-inky-dink, is precisely where my mtDNA mdka was born in 1878. Hmmm . . .

    I suspect she was the older sister of my mdka's mother.
    Awesome mtdna full sequence match. My closest match shares maternal common ancestor with me 18th century, only differs from me by one heteroplasmy, matches my other one.

    Best regards, Doug

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