A group for anyone interested in using DNA to augment traditional genealogical research.
Latest Activity: Oct 28, 2020
Hi Everyone:I tested close to three years ago with 23andme and I am satisfied with my results. However, I'll be blunt and state that I chose 23&me because FTDNA, for the 'whole 9 yards' cost the…Continue
Started by Rashi Rosenzweig. Last reply by Rashi Rosenzweig May 31, 2016.
Are you interested in genetic genealogy? Curious how it works, or how it can be used to benefit you? Join the discussion and benefit from the many others who have used DNA to augment their…Continue
Started by Blaine Bettinger. Last reply by John Hale Nov 29, 2012.
So ive tested with Ancestry, Sorenson and Familytree DNA. Ive been researching my Y and Mito haplogroups but just cant get enough. What are your opinions on www.dnatribes.com or any other autosomal…Continue
Started by William Bernard Allen. Last reply by james e rohrer Mar 18, 2012.
I want DNA testing tha will tell me my population profile, that is the percentages of all my ethnic background, the main ones tested for being European, Native American, African, Asian I think. Does…Continue
Started by Julie Flowers Ock. Last reply by Debbie Kennett Mar 1, 2011.
During a phone call with AncestryDNA representatives this week (unfortunately I was not able to attend), numerous genealogists heard two major announcements: The AncestryDNA database has hit 18 million test takers (such great news!); and There are significant changes coming to…
The Shared cM Project (ScP) is a collaborative data collection and analysis project created to understand the ranges of shared cM associated with various known relationships. The ScP has been very successful, with more than 60,000 submissions from amazing genealogists…
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