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  • "An exact match has been found..."

    hello. i got back my ftDNA Y chromosome 25-marker test results late last night.

    i got an email saying, "You have a match!


    An exact match has been found between you and another person(s) in the
    Family Tree DNA database. You and the other person(s) have matched in all
    loci, which means that there is a 99.9% likelihood that you have a common
    ancestor."

    the poblem is, i cannot tell who my exact match is... can someone (at ftDNA) please look up my kit no. (12241) and tell me who it is? i think it's the person marked as a "High Resolution Match -- One Step Mutation." is a one-step mutation really an exact match?

    thanks.

    ==

    2003-09-22

    FTDNA Haplogroup

    My Haplogroup is most likely R1b, but I have not (yet) had the test performed on my DNA to determine this fact.

    my FTDNA DYS markers:

    Locus DYS# Alleles
    1 393 13
    2 390 24
    3 19* 14
    4 391 11
    5 385a 10
    6 385b 14
    7 426 12
    8 388 12
    9 439 13
    10 389-1 13
    11 392 13
    12 389-2 29
    13 458 19
    14 459a 9
    15 459b 10
    16 455 11
    17 454 11
    18 447 26
    19 437 15
    20 448 19
    21 449 29
    22 464a 15
    23 464b 16
    24 464c 17
    25 464d 18

    *Also known as DYS 394

    **On 2003-06-19, these values were adjusted down by 1 point because of a change in lab nomenclature.

  • #2
    here's the match in question--

    my direct male ancestor (legend goes) changed his surname from kirkpatrick or fitzpatrick to "moore."

    a kirkpatrick fellow and i differ only on the fast-mutating markers each time by 1 allelle. we differ on DYS 458, 464a, 464b, 464c, and 464d. on all other markers, we match identically.

    do our dna matches lend any creedance to the moore/kirkpatrick surname switch theory that's been handed down in my family?

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