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Five Myths about Ancestry DNA

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Re: Five Myths about Ancestry DNA

Posted: 3 Mar 2013 10:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 3 Mar 2013 10:24PM GMT
Interesting. I was told by someone at Ancestry that Firefox is the best browser to use for their site. Apparently not always.

I can get the list of names but there has never been even one person in the other tree with the same name as in my tree.

The only map 'markers' on my DNA page are exactly the locations of my tree members, ONLY. One set of gg grandparents are persons I "think" might be my gg grandparents who immigrated from that country... but there is no way DNA has "proven" anything about them as there is no one else of that ethnicity or birth location even identified around there. Not one of the other tree's, nor common colored, markers open to anything nor are they remotely related to my tree. I seriously question if there is anything to do with "DNA" in these "results."

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