Wide cM Range for Known Relationship
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by jimbirk
4d ago
I have a very interesting new match at Ancestry. It is a maternal first cousin once removed. Nominal DNA sharing is 425 cM. I only share 144 cM on 8 segments with largest segment of 38 cM. My brother shares 463 cM on 17 segments with largest segment of 79 cM. This is his 2nd highest cM match at Ancestry. This once again shows that the amount of DNA shared for a known relationship can be in a very wide range. It also shows that having a sibling DNA test provides useful information about shared matches. Shared cM Project 4.0 shows a range of 102 cm to 980 cM for first cousin once removed ..read more
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Interesting problem with shared DNA with a half-cousin
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by mml-rovaniemi
1w ago
Hello I have a really interesting problem regarding my father's DNA results in FamilyTreeDNA and MyHeritage ..read more
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SNP STR connections. Info please
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by Switch
1w ago
Hello! A simple question : A person belongs to the same branch as me (Chromosome Y), but we don't have the same terminal SNP on Yfull. I share with a SNP connection, but not STR with him. Does this mean that we have a distant relationship, but not 400-500 years away? On the other hand, I have others who are in the same branch as me, with a different terminal SNP, and I share an SNP and STR connection with them. Thanks for your reply ..read more
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EA FC 24: How to complete Future Stars Vilhjalmsdottir Objectives challenge
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by jacksoner
1w ago
Here's how EA FC 24 players can complete the Future Stars Lea Karolina Vilhjalmsdottir Objectives challenge in FUT. On February 16, EA Sports released the second team of Future Stars in EA FC 24. Among those new cards added was an 87 OVR Future Stars Lea Karolina Vilhjalmsdottir, a card with six PlayStyles and 4-Star Skill Moves and Weak Foot. This card can be obtained through Objectives. Here's a look at how to get Vilhjalmsdottir. Full list of EA FC 24 Vilhjalmsdottir Objectives There are four separate challenges players will need to achieve to complete the EA FC 24 Future Stars Lea Kar ..read more
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Skull and Bones - Seaman Relic Treasure Map Guide
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by jacksoner
1w ago
In Skull And Bones, your first major quest outside of St. Anne's is with the seafolk. This clan is an ally of Scurlock, and you are sent to deliver some cache of weapons to them. However, once you reach their settlement, you can take on another quest, which is to find and recover a lost Sea People relic. In order to retrieve the relic, you need to follow the treasure map. This treasure map gives you an approximate location to find the relic, but the rest is up to you. If you're wondering where to find Seaman relics and unlock the treasure map in Skull And Bones, check out our guide below. Af ..read more
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Last Epoch Falconer Build Guide
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by jacksoner
1w ago
If you're looking for the best Last Epoch Falconer build, this Bird Whisperer class has amazing damage potential, but it requires a lot of powerful Falcon attacks and a lot of careful maneuvering. The bird may not be harmed, but the Falconer is still a rogue class that relies on the ability to move quickly. To help you stay active while your birds go on a killing spree, here are some tips for getting the best Last Epoch Falconer build. The Last Epoch Falconer class is a master rogue that combines minion gameplay with explosives. Your fellow falcon has a variety of attacks, with dive bombs be ..read more
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R1b-L389: Eastern Branch of R1b-L761
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by Stevo
1w ago
IMHO, all of R1b-M343 is eastern in origin. By "eastern" I mean east of peninsular Europe. The closer to the R1b-M343 root, the farther east, in my opinion. Pretty obviously, it seems to me, R1b-PF6323 was the first R1b branch to move wholesale into peninsular Europe. If you're interested in a discussion of its unique history and trajectory, see this thread at the GenArchivist web site. This thread, however, is about R1b-L389, which is evidently eastern in origin (remember my definition of "eastern" above) and hung back out of peninsular Europe a lot longer than PF6323 did - mostly until the ..read more
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Y-dna match question
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by Cadwalla
1w ago
I have a Y-67 match from Russia with a genetic distance of 5 steps and we are of different haplogroups. does this indicate we share a common ancestor through a non-direct paternal line somewhat recently? or is it perhaps just a mistake? thank you ..read more
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So what do I do now? Connecting possible extended family
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by 81680
1w ago
Over the last number of years, when I receive my weekly My Heritage DNA matches, I see many familiar names - names of people in different family trees keep appearing. Clearly, there are some real connections to my family and these familiar names. So what is the next step - the strategy to use to try to connect these quite disparate list to my genealogy? I would appreciate hearing about strategies you have used to start to tie the DNA extended family together ..read more
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Unexpected Y37 DNA result!
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by beaullucas
2w ago
I have been doing family history research for some time, and, using services such as FamilySearch.org, Ancestry etc, and through my own on-ground efforts, have traced my family tree back in most lines up to 10 generations. All of those generations are Italian. One line, my paternal line, only goes back three generations, to my father’s father’s father ie a greatgrandfather. He was an ‘esposto’, left as a newborn at a hospital in Italy in 1836 with no details of his birth parents. In an effort to try and trace his history back further, I have recently taken a Y37 DNA test with FamilyTreeDNA (a ..read more
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