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Living Male Hopkinses
Posted by: Doug Hopkins (ID *****7391) Date: June 16, 2005 at 09:28:49
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DNA has become a major change in the way we can break down brick walls, prove (or disprove) descendants of a given branch or find leads about own line that were previously unknown. DNA, in genealogy, takes advantage of the fact that fathers pass down to their son(s) the Y-Chromosome for several hundred years with very little change. The test is simple and has become much less expensive...$99 and a couple of mouth swabs for the basic 12 Marker Y-DNA test. ANY living male Hopkins reading this is invited to join the Hopkins DNA Group. A Join Form can be sent immediately. For general info about DNA, go to the following link: http://familytreedna.com or contact me at dhopkins(@)gbis.com Doug Hopkins, Group Administrator, FTDNA


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