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    GvdM
    Registered User

  • GvdM
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    What kind of a day would it be if I did not post at least once in the good ol' Batch 147 thread?

    Well, a couple of those days are coming.

    We're taking a little short trip up to Lancaster, PA, for the next couple of days.

    We're doing the Hershey Park/Dutch Wonderland thing.
    I wish they would change that to: Deutsch Wonderland thing

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    What kind of a day . . .

    What kind of a day would it be if I did not post at least once in the good ol' Batch 147 thread?

    Well, a couple of those days are coming.

    We're taking a little short trip up to Lancaster, PA, for the next couple of days.

    We're doing the Hershey Park/Dutch Wonderland thing.

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  • efgen
    Webinar Coordinator

  • efgen
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    radio1 - We can all speculate what the problem might be, but your best bet is to just contact FTDNA directly to ask for a status and make sure they're aware that you're still waiting. They're very responsive to both email and phone calls, so definitely don't hesitate to contact them. You can email [email protected] or call them on Monday at the phone number at the bottom of the page.

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  • radio1
    Registered User

  • radio1
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    duplicate copy
    radio1
    Registered User
    Last edited by radio1; 30 July 2006, 06:12 PM. Reason: duplicate

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  • radio1
    Registered User

  • radio1
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    147 still out to lunch?

    Months and months ago I sent in my brother's test kit and upgraded two times. From the original 12 to 27 and then to 37 plus the deep clade for haplogroup G. I got a notice from FTdna that there was a problem extracting results the first time and that they were going to re-test. That was nearly 3 months ago.
    They promised results from the second round of testing on June 9th. Needless to say it's the end of July.
    Has anyone here ever been sent a second test kit for a fresh swab? They say that's what they do if they can't extract enough dna for the testing after the second round. But it sure seems like they're just sitting on their hands.
    I know you guys are waiting for results too but most of you have upgrades to the 67 marker test..... I'm still back at 37 markers and deep clade.
    What's up with that?

    Thanks.....
    radio1
    Registered User
    Last edited by radio1; 30 July 2006, 06:11 PM. Reason: spelling

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  • MMaddi
    yDNA: R-CTS2509; mtDNA: T2e

  • MMaddi
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    It's unusual for R1bs not to have loads of 12-marker matches. I am exceptional in having only 9.

    You and your cousin are really exceptional in having no 12-marker matches. If I recall correctly, Mike Maddi is in the same boat, though.
    I don't have any exact matches at 12 markers. I have 4 one step mutations and probably about 80 two step mutations. I see this when I look on my match list for Recent Ancestral Origin.

    Mike

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by genny
    He was 5 off the modal at 12 markers and 17 off the modal at 37 markers.
    That explains the lack of 12-marker matches. I'm 13 off WAMH myself, and I have only 9 12-marker matches.

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by M.O'Connor
    There could be a lot of matches.. maybe they're just not sequenced ?

    I don't understand why my remaining snp results are taking so long?


    c'mon 147
    I am wondering the same thing and waiting on the same SNPs.

    Of course, my SNP test was in Batch 155, but M37 and P66 are still late. They are just later for you than for me.

    It seems strange to think there are still results pending from ol' Batch 147.

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by GvdM
    Rich,

    Do you have any 12-marker matches? I do not, not even to my cousin. He has no 12-marker matches either. We are 66/67 at 67 marker though. Our closest 12 marker is one person at -2 and, 7 at -3 and a dozen or so at -4 under haplogroup tab
    Actually, I do have a few 12-marker matches. For a long time I had only 8, now I have 9. All but two of them completely evaporate at 37 markers. Of those two, I have one 34/37 match with a man named Webb from New Jersey. As far as I can tell, he and I might be descended from the same Saxon barbarian or something, but that's about it.

    It's unusual for R1bs not to have loads of 12-marker matches. I am exceptional in having only 9.

    You and your cousin are really exceptional in having no 12-marker matches. If I recall correctly, Mike Maddi is in the same boat, though.

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  • M.O'Connor
    FTDNA Customer

  • M.O'Connor
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    There could be a lot of matches.. maybe they're just not sequenced ?

    I don't understand why my remaining snp results are taking so long?


    c'mon 147

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  • GvdM
    Registered User

  • GvdM
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    Wow! That is rare.

    He must be pretty far off WAMH (YSearch C7BED).
    Rich,

    Do you have any 12-marker matches? I do not, not even to my cousin. He has no 12-marker matches either. We are 66/67 at 67 marker though. Our closest 12 marker is one person at -2 and, 7 at -3 and a dozen or so at -4 under haplogroup tab

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  • genny
    Registered User

  • genny
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    He was 5 off the modal at 12 markers and 17 off the modal at 37 markers.

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by genny
    Hi

    One of my family members is in haplogroup R1b1c and has zero 12 marker matches.
    Wow! That is rare.

    He must be pretty far off WAMH (YSearch C7BED).

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  • genny
    Registered User

  • genny
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    zero matches

    Hi

    One of my family members is in haplogroup R1b1c and has zero 12 marker matches.

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Breaking News

    Hey! Now I have 9 12-marker matches! I'm popular!

    I just noticed a new one this morning. The guy is off by 15 from me at 37 markers, though.

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