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  • lgmayka
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    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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  • Stevo
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    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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  • davis1946
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    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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  • Stevo
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    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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  • melissa
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    Aw shucks, I meant 'batch 155'.. didn't I?

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  • melissa
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    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?

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  • F.E.C.
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    Originally posted by Reiker
    Good luck writing your exams, Francesco!
    Thank you very much, Rick, I really appreciate that.

    Good luck to you, too, for your deep clade results.

    I'm curious to see what is going on with those two troublesome markers.

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  • F.E.C.
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    Good luck with your exam, Francesco!
    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 )

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by Reiker
    Stevo you're lucky you got your 'c' for free! I had to pay for mine! wahh!

    rick
    Yeah, but my "c" is only a prediction based on the SNP results of my nearest matches.

    I too have already paid to have my R1b1c turn from the red of a prediction to the green of a confirmed result. I'm just waiting for that color transformation to take place.
    Last edited by Stevo; 27 June 2006, 10:29 AM.

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  • Reiker
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    Good luck writing your exams, Francesco!

    Still patiently awaiting my deep clade SNP R1b1'c' re-run from May...

    My mtDNA (HVR - 2 refine) was due yesterday....sigh.....maybe I should take a summer break from FTDNA until they sort out their lab problems.

    Stevo you're lucky you got your 'c' for free! I had to pay for mine! wahh!

    rick

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by F.E.C.
    I'm sorry Stevo, you're perfectly right. Unfortunately, at now, I'm preparing my last university exam due on the 7th of July. Hope things will be more interesting then
    Good luck with your exam, Francesco!

    You are absolutely correct to focus your attention on it.

    Things will be a lot more interesting around here when you are able to come back and post often.

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  • F.E.C.
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    Man, this forum has been slow lately.

    Where are M.O'Connor, Mike Maddi, Francesco, Lost-Sheep, Rick, and some of the other regulars?

    They don't seem to be posting much.

    It's kind of discouraging when things get boring.

    I thought that when O'Connor's SNP results came in he would start posting regularly again.

    Sigh . . .
    I'm sorry Stevo, you're perfectly right. Unfortunately, at now, I'm preparing my last university exam due on the 7th of July. Hope things will be more interesting then

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  • efgen
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    Originally posted by R2-D2
    I upgraded from 12 to 67 markers. It looks like they do it in bits from 12 to 25 to 37 to 67. I just got an e-mail that my 12 to 25 marker results are in! I have one 25 marker match with a guy with a different surname though Does anyone know how I get my new results to upload to my surname/geographical projects? I started this whole thing through the Genographic Project, do they care about the additional markers? Thanks.
    Your new markers will automatically be made available to your project administrators, so there's nothing you need to do. If your projects have websites hosted by FTDNA, then your new markers will be automatically displayed in the results lists on those websites. If any of your projects have non-FTDNA websites, the project administrators will need to manually update them (but in those cases, they have to manually update everyone).

    Genographic Project is only interested in your first 12 markers and your initial haplogroup assignment, so there's no way to update them.

    Don't discount the different-surname match, especially since he's your only 25/25 match. I would contact him and compare notes. Of course you'll see if you continue to match him when your 37 marker results are done (has he tested to 37 markers also?). Remember that surnames have not always existed and in some places, they started being used only a few hundred years ago.

    Elise

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  • R2-D2
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    First upgrade in!

    I upgraded from 12 to 67 markers. It looks like they do it in bits from 12 to 25 to 37 to 67. I just got an e-mail that my 12 to 25 marker results are in! I have one 25 marker match with a guy with a different surname though Does anyone know how I get my new results to upload to my surname/geographical projects? I started this whole thing through the Genographic Project, do they care about the additional markers? Thanks.

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by MMaddi
    Have you been reading the "Phoenician DNA?" thread where I've done some posting the last few days?

    Mike
    I see you have been busy there. Sorry I did not see that. The last thing I posted on that thread apparently went unnoticed, so I quit reading it.

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