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Doty-Doughty DNA Project
Posted by: joe doughty (ID *****1938) Date: November 06, 2006 at 21:18:18
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Hello Folks, We now have 52 males who have done their ydna sample for our Doty-Doughty DNA Project and are making great progress with hooking up some of the various clans here and in England. To increase the data bank and make the Project even more useful we sure welcome all male Doty/Doten descendants - direct male line back - to take part in the Project. It is easy and rewarding to you and helps your cousins. Also we get the added benefit at our discussion site associated with the project to ponder and work on the question of HOW DOES EDWARD DOTY/DOTEN LINE BACK ? We have fresh DNA data to work with and are gaining more by the day........ Was he from a Dutch Dotten family? Was he from a French Dottin family? Was he from a English Doughty family ? Or none of the above?
Our website is at www.ourdoughtyfamily.com and you can click on the LINKS and first one up is for our Doty-Doughty DNA Project which also is the order page, and all orders get the group rate.
Best Regards, from a Southern Doty who spells it Doughty but pronounces it Doe T or Doty . joe doughty


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