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  • #76
    Originally posted by F.E.C.
    Thank you very much, Stevo.

    I really hope in the meantime some new & interesting issues come out (or

    even better, the guys at FTDNA make certain SNP's available )

    Me, too, Francesco, me too.

    It's getting kind of dull around here. No one's talking R1b.

    You're busy with exams, Mike Maddi's engaged on the Phoenician Front right now, and Mike O'Connor has apparently lost interest in this forum (which saddens me greatly).

    Sigh . . .

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    • #77
      I'm reading the blogs here regularly, I just don't have anything to say. I am still waiting on a haplogroup designation. I'm (my cousin) one of the M343+ and P25- people. They still project R1b and the completion date is still set at April 19. The exciting news is that my cousin is a 36/37 match with another member of our Surname Project. We just haven't been able to round up the paperwork to know who the common ancestor is. So, keep posting Stevo.

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      • #78
        Originally posted by davis1946
        I'm reading the blogs here regularly, I just don't have anything to say. I am still waiting on a haplogroup designation. I'm (my cousin) one of the M343+ and P25- people. They still project R1b and the completion date is still set at April 19.
        Phew!

        Such things scare me, since I am waiting for a Deep SNP-R1b here in Batch 155, due July 17 (I hope!).

        I hope everything works out well for you . . . and soon!

        Originally posted by davis1946
        The exciting news is that my cousin is a 36/37 match with another member of our Surname Project. We just haven't been able to round up the paperwork to know who the common ancestor is. So, keep posting Stevo.
        That is exciting news. Wish I could get a match like that.

        Of course, when I get one, I hope it's with someone who has our ancestry traced back further than I do!

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        • #79
          Yesterday I received partial results from a DeepSNP-G test in this batch 155. These partial results were:

          M201+ M285- M286- M342- P16- P18- P20-

          In other words, my uncle has been confirmed as haplogroup G but his membership in G2 (signaled by SNP P15) is still in doubt.

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          • #80
            Exact same thing happened to me. They had to re-do to re-test for P15. Turned out + finally, so its G2.

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            • #81
              Originally posted by lgmayka
              Yesterday I received partial results from a DeepSNP-G test in this batch 155. These partial results were:

              M201+ M285- M286- M342- P16- P18- P20-

              In other words, my uncle has been confirmed as haplogroup G but his membership in G2 (signaled by SNP P15) is still in doubt.
              Wow!

              You already got at least some results from Batch 155?

              That's encouraging!

              And they were Deep SNP results, too!

              Good, good . . .

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              • #82
                Originally posted by melissa
                Are any 12 marker tests in for batch 155 yet? Huh? Huh? Huh? Huh? Huh? Are we there yet? Are we there yet? Are we there yet?
                I have one pending through the GP. I'm hoping to get the results sometime this week, though I believe the "official" target date for 12-marker tests in this batch is mid-July (about 6 weeks from batch creation). GP doesn't give dates, so I've had to guestimate!

                Elise

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                • #83
                  I took my three-year-old swimming today for awhile. Stupidly, I let myself get sunburned. Now I have a headache.

                  I received a nice email from FTDNA explaining that they are having difficulties with some of the SNPs in the Deep SNP testing. I am to expect partial results soon while the difficult SNPs are being rerun.

                  It is good to be kept abreast of what is going on.

                  I also like the idea that FTDNA will let me know as much as they do while they are hunting down the rest.

                  I cannot complain in the face of such honesty and openess. After all, dna testing is a fairly new science, and there are bound to be difficulties.

                  I look forward to finding out what I can while I await the whole picture.

                  At least FTDNA isn't telling me I'm a descendant of Genghis Khan or handing me some doggoned "Viking Certificate."

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                  • #84
                    Three Cheers for FTDNA!!!

                    I got my partial Deep SNP-R1b results . . . WAY EARLY!

                    Here's what I have thus far:

                    R1b1c M173+ M207+ M269+ M343+ P25+ M126- M153- M160- M18- M222- M65- M73- SRY2627-

                    All right!

                    Thanks, FTDNA!

                    Great work!

                    It will be a whole lot easier to wait for the rest now that I know I am confirmed as an R1b1c. It gives me new information that I can horse around with.

                    I am very very pleased.

                    My birthday is coming up. I may just order the upgrade to 67 markers.

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                    • #85
                      Congratulations!

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                      • #86
                        Congrats, Stevo!!

                        Waiting for my grandfather's 12-marker results from the GP in this batch. Hoping he did a good scrape so there won't be any difficulty with his sample

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by lgmayka
                          Congratulations!
                          Thank you. I appreciate it.

                          Originally posted by efriedman
                          Congrats, Stevo!!

                          Waiting for my grandfather's 12-marker results from the GP in this batch. Hoping he did a good scrape so there won't be any difficulty with his sample
                          Thanks, Elise.

                          I hope you get your grandfather's results soon.

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                          • #88
                            Originally posted by melissa
                            Are any 12 marker tests in for batch 156 yet? Huh? Huh? Huh? Huh? Huh? Are we there yet? Are we there yet? Are we there yet?
                            I am wondering if FTDNA / lab are closed Monday & Tuesday for the 4th of July?!

                            I guess it is going to be delayed by another week

                            Target date says July 14th, so I guess we'll just have to sit and wait till then.

                            BTW: How come the SNP results are out for this batch but the 12-marker tests are not?

                            I was under the impression that the SNP testing takes longer, but maybe I am wrong.

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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by Shaibani
                              Target date says July 14th, so I guess we'll just have to sit and wait till then.
                              BTW: How come the SNP results are out for this batch but the 12-marker tests are not?
                              I'm waiting on 12 markers from this batch also, through the Genographic Project. GP doesn't give dates, so thanks for posting your July 14 target date. At least now I have a date to look forward to

                              I have a feeling that they did the SNP tests from this batch with the SNP tests from the previous batches since they were having so much trouble with them, especially R1b. It probably was more efficient for them to run a huge group of samples through the SNP tests at the same time, regardless of batch.

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                              • #90
                                Originally posted by efgen
                                GP doesn't give dates, so thanks for posting your July 14 target date.
                                Thankx for the clarification.

                                But how did you get to know about your batch number? My friend had his sample analyzed by GP but on his personal page there is no reference to a batch number!

                                There is a tick mark next to each stage that he checks for from time to time, that's all, otherwise his page looks standard to me.

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