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52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Week 2 - Favourite Photo
(I think I'm going to be interpreting the week numbers loosely in this series!) Week 2's prompt was "Favorite Photo." -  Tell the story of the people, place, and event in a favourite photo. Where did the photo come from? Who has the original now? How did yo...
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Another potentially identified DNA connection
Isn't it nice when things just work out? I haven't done much regarding DNA over the past month or so, due to other activities.  But I have tried to keep up with the "new" events, such as the MyHeritage changes.  I'll write more about my results at that site...
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52 ancestors in 52 weeks - Week 1 - Start
"Let's start at the very beginning..." Perhaps I am being a little unimaginative, but I'm going to take several of Amy's suggested starting points and make my first "52 ancestors" post about myself.  After all, we're always advised to begin our family histo...
52 ancestors in 52 weeks - Week 1 - Start
52 ancestors in 52 weeks - Week 1 - Start
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Shared matches - matches who match both my paternal and maternal lines
This is just a quick post, to show the information I looked at, in order to reply to a question Debbie Kennett asked on the ISOGG DNA-NEWBIE mailing list.  The question was "how many people have double matches in their tree, ie, where a person has a match w...
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Ancestry shared matches and a new connection
This post continues my general theme of looking for strategies to deal with my DNA results - in this case, results from AncestryDNA. I have 225 pages of matches at Ancestry, which
equates to almost 11,250 matches.  I use the DNAGedcom Client app to
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Autosomal DNA Discussions - and some statistics for my kits
There have been some interesting discussions on the mailing
lists recently*, which have caused me to look at some statistics for the kits I
manage.  On the one hand, there were the, seemingly straightforward, questions concerning the best strategy for deali...
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AncestryDNA - Genetic Communities
Back in February,
when I wrote about my LivingDNA results, I commented on the upcoming release of
AncestryDNA's "Genetic Communities" feature, which I'd heard about
through others who could see their communities as part of the beta testing.  Unfortunately, ...
AncestryDNA - Genetic Communities
AncestryDNA - Genetic Communities
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A Day Out at UCL
It was with some slight trepidation that I set out last Tuesday morning for the Workshop on “Personal Genetic Testing: Challenges and Benefits in and Beyond the Clinic” at the University College London (UCL). PGT covers more than just the ‘direct-to-custome...
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Analysing my DNA: Crossovers Part 2
This
is a continuation from my part 1 post at http://notjusttheparrys.blogspot.co.uk/2016/12/analysing-my-dna-crossovers-part-1.html
My initial intention for this post was simply to  look at the shared matches between
the siblings, to see how those resul...
Analysing my DNA: Crossovers Part 2
Analysing my DNA: Crossovers Part 2
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A slight sidetrack - my LivingDNA results
I received my LivingDNA results earlier this month and have been doing some research as a result. I'm therefore taking a little side-track, to blog about that, rather than continuing with the post about mapping crossover points (which will be posted eventu...
A slight sidetrack - my LivingDNA results
A slight sidetrack - my LivingDNA results
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