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From: Charles <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Matching a Person of a Different Surname 24/25
Date: Sun, 16 Nov 2003 21:12:41 -0500
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Janet,

If the early male lines of both surnames were in the same area at the
same time in colonial Pennsylvania then I think you should explore it
further for a possible connection. What are the two surnames?

Charles

LJCrain wrote:
> I just learned that my husband matches a DNA participant in another surname group 24/25. The difference is at 464a. The other participant has a 15, while my husband has a 14. The surnames DO NOT match. They are not even close. The area and time frame look very promising: Pennsylvania in the early 1700's. What am I to make of this? The markers have proven to be somewhat rare. So should I attach a lot of importance to this? Thanks!
>
> Janet Crain
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