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Re: DAR Methodology Evaluated - 17 Statements - Civiil Discussion
Posted by: Wayne Witt Bates (ID *****7673) Date: February 10, 2012 at 06:33:14
In Reply to: Re: DAR Methodology Evaluated - 17 Statements - Civiil Discussion by J of 18091

Google Internet Article Title "DAR versus DNA"
Whit Athey PhD sums it up, when he concluded

"Rejecting evidence, regardless of how it might be used,
is just plain silly."

Key Word, "regardless of how it might be used."

TRIANGULATION
confirmed paper-work in the case of Rev. War Soldier
Reuben Bates (1731-1800)

TRIANGULATION PROOF -CONFIRMATION OF PAPER WORK
Reuben Bates headed the only Bates family in Louisa Co.VA
during the period 1775-1800.

TRIANGULATION - PAPER TRIAL BACK TO REUBEN BATES
1. DNA donor, a Silver Star Medal Winner,traced his lineage back to James Bates of Lousa Co.,,documented son of Reuben Bates Rev. War Soldier.

2. DNA donor - traced his lineage back to Reuben Bates (Junior) of Louisa Co., documented son of Reuben Bates Sr.

Remember, Rev. War Solider Reuben Bates headed the only
Bates family in Louisa Co.VA during the War Period

TRIANGULATION
DNA,two (repeat two) donors, who descend from documented sons of Reuben Bates - their DNA match exactly

Like Dr. Athey, for DAR to reject this type of DNA evidence
is plain silly.


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