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DNA numbers somewhat rare?
Posted by: john brown (ID *****5763) Date: February 22, 2013 at 12:33:52
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my super common name has produced only two persons who match my dna(FTDNA) 36/37 and 65/67 This in the last about, ten years.

Neither man has my surname Both claim their ancestor went from southwestern Scotland in 1600s to northern Ireland and came here in mid 1700s

DNA numbers begin 14 23 15.....

After some checking on Scottish DNA projects these numbers are rather infrequent and most if not all do center around southernmost Scotland... Seems the #14 is the oddball...

my family tradition says Scot /Irish... Absolutely NO paper trail! Are the three of us related WAY back there?!


HELP!!!!


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