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    Not sure why I don't know . . What does x-match mean. Before the changes at FTDNA I didn't really notice it. Now I notice several people on my son and daughters test results also say x-match. What does this mean and how could I use this info?

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    Originally posted by Sara291 View Post
    Not sure why I don't know . . What does x-match mean. Before the changes at FTDNA I didn't really notice it. Now I notice several people on my son and daughters test results also say x-match. What does this mean and how could I use this info?
    You may find the relevant references at the page X-chromosome testing http://www.isogg.org/wiki/X-chromosome_testing

    Mr W

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      What is X-Matching and why should I care?

      Originally posted by dna View Post
      You may find the relevant references at the page X-chromosome testing http://www.isogg.org/wiki/X-chromosome_testing

      Mr W
      Thank you so much for posting this. This is exactly what I was looking for today: What is X-matching and why should I care that it's labeled on my match list. On the page you linked, I found that filling in Jim Turner's chart cleared everything up almost immediately. /Charlotte

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