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    Previously Y-DNA testing and paper records proved that my illegitimate grandfather was the son of one of two brothers. When the 111 marker refinement came out, I had it done for myself and one descendant each of the two brothers, both of them the same number of generations from our common ancestor. I match one testee perfectly, and am off on two markers from the other, and he still has several markers pending. I am assuming this is good evidence of which of the two brothers was my great grandfather.

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    good to know that....

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      Good job! Not everyone can get others to test. Your hard work paid off.

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        Originally posted by John Crowley View Post
        common ancestor. I match one testee, and am off on two markers from the other, and he still has several markers pending. I am assuming this is good evidence of which of the two brothers was my great grandfather.
        I'm no expert, but while one appears more likely, you do not have absolute proof. To confirm, I would try to get the others to take an autosomal DNA test and take one myself.

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          good to know that....

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          Last edited by Darren; 23 April 2015, 01:29 AM. Reason: spam

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