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Should your living ancestors be tested first?

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Re: Should your living ancestors be tested first?

Posted: 1 Feb 2013 10:06AM GMT
Classification: Query
The haplogroup is helpful as it lets us determine which ancestors to eliminate. This eliminated the one, I and other "cousin's" had researched for so many years. Then matching the markers with the others in the Surname Project there is only a 32/33 match which may be great but still we are unable to match our ancestor with known ancestors of this person's tree. There was also a 32/33 match with another surname so this one might be a NPE. On both the markers all match except one.

So from what I have read, if a grandfather took the test there might be a better chance of matching to an earlier generation. No grandfathers or fathers that I know of.
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MJ782 1 Feb 2013 5:32AM GMT 
natfrey 1 Feb 2013 12:03PM GMT 
MJ782 1 Feb 2013 4:38PM GMT 
natfrey 1 Feb 2013 5:06PM GMT 
dmichaelelkin... 1 Feb 2013 4:52PM GMT 
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