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From: "Gaila & James Merrington" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Finding a match
Date: Sun, 2 Nov 2003 06:37:07 +1100
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Rex
I believe there is a Johnson one named study and you would be able to get
information from

http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/

This test is being run with Family Tree DNA, however you might be able to
share your information with them. Are you UK based?
Good luck,

Gaila

----- Original Message -----
From: "Rex Johnson" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2003 6:10 AM
Subject: [DNA] Finding a match


> Dear Ann Turner and other learned List members,
> I have thoroughly enjoyed a few weeks on this List trying to understand
> what on earth you are all talking about, and picking up the beginnings
> of a new language. I have read a few books to help me consolidate the
> ideas you are throwing about (Olson, Sykes, Cavalli-Sforza, and
> yesterday bought Oppenheimer's "Out of Eden"- looks good).
> You have to start somewhere to get into this stuff, so thanks to several
> people, and particularly those who have illustrated a point by giving a
> link to a published paper or a web site. These have been a great help
> indeed.
> I have my own MtDNA data (Katrine), and a small number of Y-sequence
> markers (Oxford Ancestors), which I now realise are too few to be really
> useful. An extended marker list is due in a couple of weeks.
> I seem to remember Ann writing that it was possible to compare your
> results with a number of online data bases. Can you, Ann, or anyone
> else, suggest places to visit where Y-sequence comparisons can be made
> by "a member of the public".
> I am not looking for personal data other than whatever numbers are
> associated with markers for my surname -JOHNSON.
> I have thousands of Johnson births/marriages/deaths in data bases, but
> have failed to get far with traditional sources like IGI and parish
> records in England because there were just so many Johnsons around that
> it is impossible to separate the wood from the trees. I want to see just
> how varied Johnson (Johnstone etc.) sequences are, and look for common
> factors.
> If there are any Johnsons out there willing to share a sequence I would
> be very pleased to be emailed direct (off List).
> My thanks for assistance received so far.
> Best of wishes, Rex
> An "original" Johnson from Lincolnshire, England.
>
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