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  • #31
    Originally posted by M.O'Connor
    Myself...I did the snp test to find out if there's any more to know?

    I have the uncommon 393=12. I wondered if it might point to a sub-group off R1B1?

    Maybe it's just a mutation fron 393=13 that happened some generations ago. time ago. I have found 2 others who share the same marker value, and surname.
    Let us know what you find out.

    I understand there is a lot of work being done with the various subclades within R1b, with new info being developed all the time.

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    • #32
      I am looking forward to getting my results back (obviously), even just the first twelve markers.

      Many of these threads are fascinating, but I feel kind of like a visitor from another planet, since I don't yet know to what haplgroup I belong.

      In a way that's an advantage. Not having to worry about the historic or prehistoric luster of my haplogroup's good name gives me the freedom of relative objectivity.

      Just the same, I would gladly give up that advantage.

      I'll be glad when May is over!

      (I am a public school teacher, so I have more than one reason for wanting to wish May a fond farewell!)

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      • #33
        Stevo, your enthusiasm is endearing, and reading your posts helps me manage my anticipation too. Haha, don't think the waiting gets any easier with future upgrades I had my mtDNA tested several months ago, and my enthusiasm and excitement spread to my husband, my brother, his wife and a known cousin and several possible distant cousins with the same surname as my maternal gf. Most of us have gotten our first results back and that feeling of newbie wonder just gets deeper and deeper! I have upgraded to the HVR2 mtDNA, my brother has ordered the SNP test, my husband upgraded his 12 marker test first to a 25 and now to a 37, and one of the possible cousins has ordered an SNP. My sister in law and cousin are still awaiting their first results. I think we are in this for life, and I am loving every minute of it. I started a surname project for my gf's rare surname, my husband joined the E3b project, I will join my sister in law to the British Isles project when she gets her results back, and my husband, brother and I are in the Jewish Heritage project. My brother's results came back as the Cohen Modal Haplotype, which was a big surprise to us.

        So I hang out here on the forum too, devouring the posts, watching as the batches get sent out, and counting the days.... hoping it makes the wait all the more bearable.
        Judy

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Judy
          Stevo, your enthusiasm is endearing, and reading your posts helps me manage my anticipation too. Haha, don't think the waiting gets any easier with future upgrades I had my mtDNA tested several months ago, and my enthusiasm and excitement spread to my husband, my brother, his wife and a known cousin and several possible distant cousins with the same surname as my maternal gf. Most of us have gotten our first results back and that feeling of newbie wonder just gets deeper and deeper! I have upgraded to the HVR2 mtDNA, my brother has ordered the SNP test, my husband upgraded his 12 marker test first to a 25 and now to a 37, and one of the possible cousins has ordered an SNP. My sister in law and cousin are still awaiting their first results. I think we are in this for life, and I am loving every minute of it. I started a surname project for my gf's rare surname, my husband joined the E3b project, I will join my sister in law to the British Isles project when she gets her results back, and my husband, brother and I are in the Jewish Heritage project. My brother's results came back as the Cohen Modal Haplotype, which was a big surprise to us.

          So I hang out here on the forum too, devouring the posts, watching as the batches get sent out, and counting the days.... hoping it makes the wait all the more bearable.
          Judy
          stevo you do a wonderful job
          judy judy judy
          i dont think the doc has a shot for this fever

          ok the key words are e3b and jewish
          whats the name?
          do you match dennings

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          • #35
            Playing the waiting game...

            If Isolation began on the 8th, what is the 'average' time for the next step: DNA at Sequencing facility????? I can not stand the wait any longer... so I'll sit here and stress.

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            • #36
              Wait time...

              This was my experience so far with batch 144. I'm still waiting for my mtdna hvr1 results.

              Kit Received
              03/15/2006
              Batch 144 created
              03/15/2006
              DNA Isolation began
              03/18/2006
              DNA at Sequencing facility
              03/31/2006
              Quality Control began
              04/04/2006
              *Target Results Date
              04/28/2006
              I got my y-12 back on 4/12. mtdna is still in process, and they suggest 5/10 as a results target date.

              It's amazing how difficult it can be to wait. I sympathize with you, Melissa. It was real exciting to click on my ydna match tab on my personal page, and see the name of the relative who I had a paper trail to 8 generations ago.
              Take care,
              steve

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              • #37
                Jim, my husband is E3b, Ashkenazi Jewish. The problem is, we don't know the surname. It is Simon now, but my husband's grandfather changed it from whatever it was to Simon. Denning isn't one of his matches; I think it was a step or two away on the 12 marker test but disappeared when he upgraded to 25. We are hoping that one day, one of my husband's grandfather's brothers descendents, wherever in the world he may be, will decide to have his DNA tested. We know for sure that his grandfather had several brothers, but he lost touch with them when their parents died- they were still children- and were sent to different places. My husband's gf was sent to the U.S. (New Jersey) and his brothers were sent elsewhere. One day, maybe we will find that perfect match. My husband's father at 92 is alive, well, and very much interested in finding out who his fathers brothers were.

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                • #38
                  good-luck Judy.

                  There are other data banks around the net. You might want to explore other places as well...like http://www.relativegenetics.com/rela...tics/index.jsp


                  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa


                  only about a month to go for Batch 147

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Judy
                    Jim, my husband is E3b, Ashkenazi Jewish. The problem is, we don't know the surname. It is Simon now, but my husband's grandfather changed it from whatever it was to Simon. Denning isn't one of his matches; I think it was a step or two away on the 12 marker test but disappeared when he upgraded to 25. We are hoping that one day, one of my husband's grandfather's brothers descendents, wherever in the world he may be, will decide to have his DNA tested. We know for sure that his grandfather had several brothers, but he lost touch with them when their parents died- they were still children- and were sent to different places. My husband's gf was sent to the U.S. (New Jersey) and his brothers were sent elsewhere. One day, maybe we will find that perfect match. My husband's father at 92 is alive, well, and very much interested in finding out who his fathers brothers were.
                    i want a dannenberg to test know any?

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                    • #40
                      M, thanks for the Relative Genetics link. I had put my husband's data in Y-Search and Y-Base, but I didn't know about Relative Genetics. No match there either, but the more data bases it is in, the more likely that some day we will find one of those elusive second cousins.

                      Jim, I don't know any Dannenbergs, sorry
                      Judy

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                      • #41
                        C'mon Batch 147!

                        I look all over the net for genetic information .
                        I think my mouse is part Blood-Hound.
                        http://smgf.org/index.jspx

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                        • #42
                          Thanks again, M. No match yet, but hope springs eternal.

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                          • #43
                            There are all kinds of sites and projects on the go. Some sites want to be able to use your dna numbers. I'm not sure how?..maybe in studies or something?

                            I guess a trade-off for joining their free data bank.

                            http://www.ybase.org/default.asp

                            http://www.dnaheritage.com/surnameprojects.asp
                            Last edited by M.O'Connor; 18 April 2006, 04:29 PM.

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                            • #44
                              Another day closer to batch 147 results...




                              http://www.yhrd.org/index.html

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by M.O'Connor
                                C'mon Batch 147!

                                I look all over the net for genetic information .
                                I think my mouse is part Blood-Hound.
                                http://smgf.org/index.jspx
                                look you need to know some stuff

                                i joined their project in 1999 they were supposed to find locational markers and keep the whole thing private.
                                now they are public and commercial and still wont tell me what they found .ok i understand that. but they get my markers wrong all the time

                                then at the convention a speaker told how his group started there almost 100 members and they did it all wrong. mess up results. they moved the project to ftdna had to retest everything. thats how bad their work was. now i think they didnt do mine right .

                                and no locational markers

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