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How to Share DNA Matches/Results on AncestryDNA (plus how to compare quickly)

*If someone asked you to share your DNA results with them, skip this intro and go down to step 1.

*If you are trying to figure out how you and another person are related, this will be VERY helpful… Download Google Chrome. 318 more words

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Not It

Yep. You read it right. She wasn’t the one.  – If you don’t know what I’m talking about refer back to my last post.

She is a close relative, we don’t know how yet, but we know her great grandparents are kin to my mom and me.   406 more words

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Five DNA Tests, 100% Me, and Back to Square One

Back in March, I started a DNA experiment with five friends. I invited each of them to take a genetic ‘ancestry’ test – something that most of them had barely heard of, let alone thought about doing. 1,584 more words

Crossing Disciplinary Lines

Searching for Common Humanity in Dystopia: Evlondo's Story II

Back in March, I started a DNA experiment with five friends. I invited each of them to take a genetic ‘ancestry’ test – something that most of them had barely heard of, let alone thought about doing. 693 more words

Crossing Disciplinary Lines

DNA Helping to Break Down the Brick Wall

  Many people who research their family history eventually hit “a brick wall.”  This happened to me and it was frustrating.  I just wanted to keep moving back in time to discover new people, places, and histories, but there was a wall.   271 more words

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Update! Another line found!

So… remember when I mentioned one of my mom’s DNA matches had a private tree and he wasn’t willing to let me see it? Well, I contacted him again and asked for a list of surnames.  469 more words

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