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Old 6th April 2017, 09:00 PM
cnrlaw cnrlaw is offline
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Hi Robert,

I just checked and unfortunately I do not match you. I did lower it to 3 cm and still that did not work. My kit is f298459. If you have South Asian, then that could definitely indicate Roma ancestry. I wonder if it is possible that you may not be Romanichal but perhaps Sinti or one of the other groups of Roma. I think the ones Donald posted were known Romanichal.
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