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DOVER DNA INFORMATION - WE NEED YOU
Posted by: Dennis Dover (ID *****6897) Date: September 17, 2003 at 15:13:30
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Rabun County cousins, members of the Dover-L Message Board are becoming involved in DNA testing to establish connections with ancestors. These tests require direct male DOVER descendants. DNA is complicated to explain but thereís good information at the web site.

ďOur service [Family Tree DNA] is dedicated to helping genealogists find lost relatives when the paper trail ends and the brick wall takes its place. We use a painless cheek scraping to obtain DNA that can help accurately determine a relationship with either a 99.9% probability of YES or a 100% certainly that no near term relationship existed.Ē

http://www.familytreedna.com/index.html

Lot of information about what the DNA does.

In the upper right corner, type in DOVER and hit search. Itís strongly suggested that you or those known male Doverís subscribe to the Dover-L list to see and hear whatís going on.

Dover-L@rootsweb.com

Type subscribe in the body of the message and send.

To view the Dover-L messages go to the following link. The DNA tests have been discussed in August and September. Many list members who are not direct Dover male to direct Dover male descendants are asking to be able to participate by helping offset the cost.

http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/dover

Please contact me directly if you have any questions.

ddover1793@earthlink.net


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