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Testing yourself and spouse or your child?

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Testing yourself and spouse or your child?

Posted: 8 Aug 2013 3:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
I've been considering the AncestryDNA test for a while, but never actually went forward with it.

I've not researched this much, so forgive me if my question is a little odd, but I'm curious though, what kind of result difference would there be if my wife and myself tested compared to having just our child tested? Considering that our child would have a mixture of both sets of our DNA, wouldn't we get more "hits" for both sides of our tree in just one test instead of half the "hits" on just one side of the tree for each of our tests?
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zachary weber 8 Aug 2013 9:19PM GMT 
allycat113 8 Aug 2013 10:19PM GMT 
zachary weber 26 Aug 2013 6:13PM GMT 
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