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December 15, 2008


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I've been waiting so long for this and now its here! Ancestry's Paternal Lineage Test (Y-Chromosome 33)................Yahoo! Good job Legacy! And thank you "Sherry" at Customer Support Millennia Corporation.

How about including the National Geographic Genographic Project info.


Clarence Hemeon

Clarence - we've tried contacting them to obtain the data necessary to add to Legacy. If you have information, would you mind getting in touch with us? That's really help us, thanks!

From Family Tree DNA's front page http://www.familytreedna.com/

"Family Tree DNA provides the tests for this partnership between the National Geographic Society, IBM and the Waitt Family Foundation. Click here to learn more about the Genographic Project."

Therefore, the National Geographic Society's "Genographic Project" uses the same DYS markers as Family Tree DNA does for all their surname projects, so Legacy has us covered on this issue.

Family Tree DNA allows testers from both surnames and the "Genographic Project" to join one another and share information.

I have had a few people from the "Genographic Project" join my Crow(e) project and have had some new matches for the Crow(e) testers from both the surname and the "Genographic Project."

Kind regards, Phil

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