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Re: Crockett DNA... All I ever see here is... no
Posted by: DYS393=12 Crockett (ID *****4837) Date: June 26, 2012 at 11:29:07
In Reply to: Re: Crockett DNA... All I ever see here is... no by Diane Hudson of 3736

Yes, I have felt talked down to also recently...

They only say... The DNA doesn't match! But then they never care to give a reasons why... Ok... Thanks! LOL

Or they comment that you should already know better than to suggest such a linage, or how could you be so ignorant as to not be aware of the meanings of all the DNA results.

Or that you must not even be aware that there is even a DNA study in the first place... That's just pure snobbery...

So, If everybody's DNA is wrong... Who's is right?! LOL

* Anyway...

Are you speaking of the original 1636 Thomas Crockett from Maine?

I am descended from the mystery that is, William Crockett b. 1783 and Nancy Asher Mast from IN.

Thank for responding Diane, it's a pleasure to meet you.

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