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  • #16
    The problem that I see is people trying to match their DNA with their genealogy records.
    This is DNA and not genealogy.
    Our testing started to break up at locus 60.
    When I started DNA testing, I expected no-one to match.
    When we got a 66/67, I was elated.
    Now I can say our tree is correct.
    Forget about surnames, these change due to various reasons.
    Allot of people left Europe with the law on their tail.
    Twins that do not match at all, They have seperate fathers without a bunch of excuses.
    When you do your DNA, plan on throwing your tree in the garbage and I was ready for that.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by darroll View Post
      When you do your DNA, plan on throwing your tree in the garbage and I was ready for that.
      Undisclosed adoptions, non-paternity events...

      As an adoptee who didn't find out until I was 31, I'm used to having to totally scrap what I thought was my family tree. If you can't face the truth, don't look.

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      • #18
        Smith1 these are nothing but silly meaningless questions - again ... It would be best not to give you the attention you obviously want.
        Last edited by mkdexter; 6 June 2010, 05:40 PM.

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