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    I am trying to compare my father in law's Y12 results from FTDNA with a paper cousin who shares a x9 great grandfather on their direct male line. The paper cousin tested with Ancestry. From what I can find online I should not have to do any conversion at the 12 marker level. Is that right?

    If the numbers can be taken direct from their reports and I don't have to convert would people agree a DNA match seems unlikley in the last 400 years based on these numbers? Their supposed common ancestor was bapt. in 1613.

    Haplo 393 19/394 391 439 389-1 389-2
    I1 13 15 10 11 12 16
    I1 13 14 10 11 12 28


    388 390 426 385a 385b 392
    14 22 11 13 15 11
    14 22 11 13 14 11

    DYS389-2 is the big issue which is why I was wondering if I needed to do some conversion.

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    Originally posted by Earl Davis View Post
    Haplo 393 19/394 391 439 389-1 389-2
    I1 13 15 10 11 12 16
    I1 13 14 10 11 12 28


    388 390 426 385a 385b 392
    14 22 11 13 15 11
    14 22 11 13 14 11

    DYS389-2 is the big issue which is why I was wondering if I needed to do some conversion.
    See http://www.smgf.org/pages/dys389.jspx 12 + 16 = 28, so the results are the same for this marker!

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    • #3
      Thanks for the help, Jim.

      Earl.

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