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Josc111
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« on: July 12, 2010, 06:16:42 PM »

Help!

I have DNA and I have letters and numbers, none of which make much sense to me.
I have traced my mother's father's family back to pre 1066 and my dad's dad's to 1635.

My mom's mom's hits a dead end with a woman named "Smith" (Great!)

So if I "know" I am pretty much 1/4 Lithuanian, French Canadian, French, English and Scot...what do these numbers mean in terms of long term ancestry?

DNA A:
03:
FMGG 03:01/03:01N/03:03N/03:04/03:07/03:08/03:11N/03:13/03:14/03:15/03:16/03:17/03:19/03:20/03:21N/03:22/03:25/03:26/03:27/03:28/
03:33/03:35/03:37/03:38/03:39/03:44/03:45/03:46/03:47/03:51/03:55

24:
* FMGU 24:02/24:05/24:07/24:09N/24:11N/24:15/24:20/24:21/24:25/24:26/24:27/24:35/24:36N/24:37/24:38/24:40N/24:43/24:45N/24:47/24:48N/
24:49/24:51/24:53/24:56/24:58/24:63/24:64/24:68/24:69/24:70/24:74/24:76/24:78/24:79/24:80/24:81/24:83N/24:86N/24:88/24:92/24:93/
24:95/24:98


DNA B:
07:
FKUN 07:02/07:10/07:21/07:22/07:23/07:30/07:35/07:39/07:44/07:45/07:46/07:49N/07:51/07:52/07:57/07:58/07:59/07:61/07:62/07:67N/07:68/
07:75/07:76

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DRB1 01:01 01:01
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« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2010, 10:51:41 PM »

I think you're on the wrong forum. I'd contact the company who tested your DNA and ask them for an interpretation.

This forum deals with Y-DNA (father's, fathers, father- male line), and specifically with Haplogroup R1b. A reading for would have STR markers and SNPs. Yours looks more like an Autosomal result.

Perhaps you could find and Autosomal forum.

Miles
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Y-DNA: R1b DF23
mtDNA: T2g
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