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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Richards, Hyde, Byfield, Cronin, Farrah
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
U.K. Ireland
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Even though I live in far away New Zealand, I am confident that I have many family members living in other countries but we are not known to each other (yet!).
I have already discovered some wonderful facts and also some not-so-wonderful facts about my forebears. Now with web searching and dna tools, who knows what can be discovered.

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At 7:40am on August 9, 2009, Claude C Richards said…
Mick:
Welcome to GenealogyWise.
I may have missed something. I haven't posted my Y-dna results to GenealogyWise and (in response to your post) was not able to find where to do it. My results are posted on Sorenson Molecular (SMGF.org), on GeneTree (genetree.com) and on Family Tree (familytreedon.com).

SMGF has a great table called Marker Standards that identifies the differences between many of the testing organizations so you can convert results from one organization and post them on another organization's chart.

Ben Richards (commented on my thread) has also tested and is waiting for his results.

Can you tell me where you entered your results on Richard Hill's group? I will then enter mine there.

Thanks. I am really excited to see if a connection can be made.
Claude Richards
 
 
 

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