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    M.O'Connor
    FTDNA Customer

  • M.O'Connor
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    Just 3 more days till my second Results Target Date June 9th.

    You don't suppose they slipped town?..do ya?


    c'mon 147..

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Congratulations!!!

    Yes, congratulations, Melissa.

    Batch 147 just keeps on producing the hits!

    Next: M.O'Connor's Deep SNP-R1b and markers 38-67.

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  • M.O'Connor
    FTDNA Customer

  • M.O'Connor
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    congrats on the results..

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  • melissa
    Registered User

  • melissa
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    ARGH, I just clicked on the wrong window and erased my 48 page reply

    This test, now that I no longer feel like typing out all that much LOL, helps prove who is and who is NOT related to a certain line that went from Germany to Sweden to Delaware. A line that everyone and their uncle has claimed descendency from. I am very excited to have been part of the 'parting of the lines'. We now have three men who match 12/12 (yeah, I know it needs to be more markers from this newer test), the other two match quite close at 37/37, with one having the same surname. One lives in Sweden and his line in Sweden is well documented back to the 2nd half of the 1600s. His surname is not the same due to the older naming pattern used in Sweden. The other one lives in PA and can't get further back than the 1850s at the moment. The new one is in a line that is very well documented back to the arrival of the line from Sweden when it arrived in DE in the 2nd half of the 1600s. Put the three together and I have convinced myself. Some people are going to be excited, some disappointed, and others will still be in denial.

    BTW, this is not MY line, my line was in NJ and SC (another DNA story) but with the close proximity of the two lines, many people have said for ages they were related. And then some idiot in the late 1800s put out a book saying they WERE related, and there are made up couples all over the internet that have been used to connect lines to the DE line, couples that no proof of existance has ever been found. Well, I am just so excited, and my teenager is demanding the computer so I have to get off now..

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  • efgen
    Webinar Coordinator

  • efgen
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    Congrats, Melissa! So what did you learn from this 12-marker test??

    Elise

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  • melissa
    Registered User

  • melissa
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    Y E S !!!! LOL, I am so jazzed!

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  • melissa
    Registered User

  • melissa
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    OK, I'll guess! Melissa, did you finally get the results from batch 147 that you were waiting for ?

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  • melissa
    Registered User

  • melissa
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    Guess what.

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  • M.O'Connor
    FTDNA Customer

  • M.O'Connor
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    ....hmmm..can I have fries with that order?


    I think I would be lucky to get them on that particular Monday.

    It is after all...an ETA.

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by M.O'Connor
    mtdna is interesting too. I'm looking to see if I have an H sub-group. my refinement test is in batch 153..due July 3rd.

    I'll learn what I can and pass the information on to my mtdna relatives, if they are interested.

    (i hope no pre-partying interferes with my results day of july 3rd.. )


    C'mon 147!..just 4 more dayzzzzzzzzz!
    July 3 is a Monday. Will folks be taking a long weekend (including Monday and Tuesday) for the 4th of July holiday?

    I'm off on summer vacation then anyway, so I don't know.

    Better hope FTDNA gets your mtDNA results to you on Friday, June 30!

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by melissa
    Arrrh, ye be lucky ifn they be caught up by the time ye jumps in, matey. This waiting is fer the fishes.
    You're right about that, Cap'n!

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  • M.O'Connor
    FTDNA Customer

  • M.O'Connor
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    mtdna is interesting too. I'm looking to see if I have an H sub-group. my refinement test is in batch 153..due July 3rd.

    I'll learn what I can and pass the information on to my mtdna relatives, if they are interested.

    (i hope no pre-partying interferes with my results day of july 3rd.. )


    C'mon 147!..just 4 more dayzzzzzzzzz!
    M.O'Connor
    FTDNA Customer
    Last edited by M.O'Connor; 5 June 2006, 10:06 AM.

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  • melissa
    Registered User

  • melissa
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    Originally posted by Stevo

    My next objective (after I get my SNP results) will probably be to upgrade to 67 y-markers.
    Arrrh, ye be lucky ifn they be caught up by the time ye jumps in, matey. This waiting is fer the fishes.

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by melissa
    OK, this is the week! I know it! The 12 marker results we've been waiting for, will finally arrive! Yes! I think. Maybe... It could happen...

    and I'm debating getting my dad's mtDNA done. I really haven't seen much value in it, but curiosity has outvoted me.
    I'm so fixated on my paternal line that I don't spend much time thinking about mtDNA.

    Tracing one's maternal line straight back seems a daunting task because of the game of musical surnames involved. It kind of scares me: too much work.

    I'm afraid mtDNA testing is on the back burner for me.

    My next objective (after I get my SNP results) will probably be to upgrade to 67 y-markers.

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by M.O'Connor
    5 more days till my SNP target Date! (June 9)

    My 38-66 is secondary to my SNP. Hopefully both will arrive on time.


    C'mon 147..
    Hooray!

    It's great to see the old battle cry: C'mon 147!

    I hope your results are on time.

    I'm really curious about them, especially since I have ordered my own Deep SNP-R1b (Batch 155).

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