If different Wicks family lines would be tested, they always send you a notice of any matches. The match proves a relationship but doesn't tell you how. But, with exchanging info, it sure helps. You know you probably have a common ancestor but have to work your way in between. We have a Wicks in our family who just sent his DNA in. Not many have had this done in this line. The ones who have had it done are WEEKS but that doesn't matter because they use all various spellings. I can't explain why they use the male but go to www.familytreedna.com & take a look. All the explanations are there.
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