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A call for participants for the WHITMAN DNA project
Posted by: Kelley Badgerow (ID *****6656) Date: June 13, 2009 at 20:59:31
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Hi, my father is a DNA test participate for the WHITMAN DNA project. So far there is only four males and the project simply needs more to find who belongs to which WHITMAN (and alternate spellings) lines.

Something interesting has allready proved that my father may not go back to John Whitman of Weymouth since, at this time, he is not matching the haplo-group with another participant who also believes he descends directly from John #1. We first need to match haplo-group and then match the genetic markers to prove we are related close (within 1,000 years).

Please follow this link if you are even remotely interested. It will take you directly to the result page.
http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/whitman/results


Sorry this is not free and no where "cheap" but it can help solve lineage were paper trail can not. I do not profit from posting this, other then hoping to find my true heritage / origins.

If you would like to talk about DNA testing here for this project that is fine yet there is a discussion board available under the project at worldfamalies.com

Thank you so much for your time,
Kelley (WHITMAN) BADGEROW


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