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Re: Haught Family DNA Tets
Posted by: Jay Haught (ID *****6802) Date: May 18, 2008 at 19:09:30
In Reply to: Haught Family DNA Tets by Jay Haught of 490

I have found a DNA match, outside of the Haught Family. It appears to go to the Palatinate (Pflaz) region of Germany. It is from another surname that would sound similar to Haught. I believe I have finally found the true origins of our Haught Family. More work needs to be done and I incourage any male Haught to Join the Haught DNA Group. The males pass down the Y-Chromisome to the next generation of males. We can track this through the DNA project.

Jay D. Haught


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