I have just compared your markers with my husband's and see the you two are off 5 markers of 37 total. They run:
11/12 differ on 392;
23/25 ..."..... 447 (my husband's apparent mutation within his FTDNA McKee Group)
32/37 further difference on 460, 607 and CDYa
An FTDNA 37 marker explanation says there would have to be an in-betweener there for kinship. As the data base expands that would probably happen. I have studied the y DNA details but the ins and outs of how it works barely registers in my mind. Just too complicated for me.
Just a couple of days ago I rec'd FTDNA notice of a match with a McGee at 2 GD on 37 markers. I don't have a kit number but if you email I will give you the name and email address that FTDNA lists if you want to check it out.
I have read much of the work on Mr. McGee's site. Most impressive and good study for our Mc/Mac/Ma surnames. I can't relate any of my husband's lineage to the work on there but haven't advanced that far either.
Doug was the NCOIC of the commissary at Burtonwood. He says we arrived there in 73 not 72, probably true. I worked for NAF off and on. We lived in the most further duplex from the gate at the housing area going in a diagonal direction. Every time we had a tour scheduled to go to Ireland someone set off another bomb in the north, seemed like, and the tours would be canceled for some time. Never made it over there. We talk of going over there still. Your trip should be wonderful, hope you get to stay long enough to do your research. Those tours keep you in such a whirlwind of activity. So much to see and do. Good times aye.
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