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  • How many Family Finder matches?

    I just thought it would be fun to share with each other how many matches we currently have at FTDNA. None of the kits below are genetically related to one another.

    Kit A: 1353 matches (1002 are in the Speculative Relative range)
    Kit B: 477 matches (394 are in the Speculative Relative range)
    Kit C: 805 matches (676 are in the Speculative Relative range)
    Kit D: 265 matches (244 are in the Speculative Relative range)
    Kit E: 1302 matches (958 are in the Speculative Relative range)
    Kit F: 800 matches (629 are in the Speculative Relative range)

  • #2
    574(533 speculative)

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    • #3
      3, just 3

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      • #4
        @AdamYZ

        Originally posted by AdamYZ View Post
        3, just 3
        Do you have all the matching enabled as in the picture?



        W. (Mr.)
        Attached Files
        Last edited by dna; 14 March 2015, 04:18 PM.

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        • #5
          A total of 125 pages of matches out to speculative

          22 pages of immediate, close and distant matches

          103 pages of speculative matches. I haven't bothered counting them individually. Currently I have those 103 pages turned off.

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          • #6
            210 Matches.

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            • #7
              My Paternal Side which is half Scottish/Irish and half German Bukovinian (Romania/Ukraine)
              1. Fathers paternal 1st Cousin - 75 Immediate to 5th cousins 517 Speculative
              2. My Father - 94 Immediate to 5th cousins 600 Speculative
              3. My Uncle A - 85 Immediate to 5th cousins 482 Speculative
              4. My Aunt - 92 Immediate to 5th cousins 492 Speculative
              5. My Uncle B - 115 Immediate to 5th cousins 565 Speculative


              My Maternal side that is half English half Norwegian/Swedish
              1. My Mother - 39 Immediate to 5th cousins 338 Speculative
              2. My Aunt - 78 Immediate to 5th cousins 401 Speculative
              3. My Uncle - 60 Immediate to 5th cousins 304 Speculative


              Myself and Siblings
              1. Sibling 1 - 51 Immediate to 5th cousins 466 Speculative
              2. Sibling 2 - 55 Immediate to 5th cousins 369 Speculative
              3. Sibling 3 - 57 Immediate to 5th cousins 395 Speculative
              4. Sibling 4 - 63 Immediate to 5th cousins 390 Speculative
              5. Sibling 5 - 60 Immediate to 5th cousins 377 Speculative
              6. Sibling 6 - 94 Immediate to 5th cousins 486 Speculative

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              • #8
                Originally posted by dna View Post
                Do you have all the matching enabled as in the picture?



                W. (Mr.)
                Yep, I guess just not many people from my part of the world have been tested yet.

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                • #9
                  All my kits are from people born in Staffordshire, England

                  son 556
                  me 537
                  wife 578
                  mum 493
                  dad 553
                  wifes dad 532
                  wifes mum 818
                  uncle 739
                  5th cus 577
                  4th cus 557
                  aunt 712

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                  • #10
                    My mother has 1901 matches!

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                    • #11
                      1180 Matches (920 Speculative, 260 Immediate to 5th)

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                      • #12
                        Me (West German/East German Brandenburg + Pommern/Poland/Ukraine mix)

                        122 matches:
                        1 close
                        3 (3-5. cousin)
                        21 (4-remote)
                        97 (5-remote)

                        Maternal Grandma (East German/Poland/Ukraine mix)

                        165 matches:
                        1 close
                        4 (3-5. cousin)
                        26 (4-remote)
                        134 (5-remote)

                        Tja...

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                        • #13
                          Me - 226
                          Mother - 368
                          Father - 33
                          Double cousin - 187
                          Double cousin - 171

                          Father - son of Italian immigrants
                          Mother - one grandparent with Colonial American ancestors, one a French immigrant, the other two descendants of people who immigrated from Germany and France between 1840 and 1890.

                          It appears from the number of matches I have compared to my cousins that my uncle did not pass to his children as much of the Colonial American DNA as I inherited from my mother. Perhaps he did not get as much from his father as my mother did. Her ethnicity results at 3 companies show a much higher percentage of UK than she should have.

                          One cousin has very many matches on one chromosome with segments 10 cM or less. These matches are of all different nationalities and I believe they are false positives (IBS). Her brother has very many matches sharing a small segment on a different chromosome, but almost all Colonial America or English, so possibly IBD from a shared ancestor in the very distant past.

                          I think most of the matches my mother, my cousins, and myself get are on the Colonial American side.

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                          • #14
                            None

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by AdamYZ View Post
                              Yep, I guess just not many people from my part of the world have been tested yet.
                              If you don't mind sharing, where is your part of the world?

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