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From: "Doriswheeler" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Kerchner's R1b and Subclade Project Passes 1200 Members
Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2007 14:42:01 -0400
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Yes, Charles. Keep up the good work. I have my Worden modal in your Y-STR study. And we have the PalAm link, too.

Best,
Doris

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From: charles
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Sent: Friday, September 14, 2007 11:44 AM
Subject: Re: [DNA] Kerchner's R1b and Subclade Project Passes 1200 Members


Hi Doris,

Thank you for joining my R1b Project.

It is a lot of work to keep up with a project this big, and my other projects. I
have over 30 projects of various types going including about two dozen surname
projects. See my YSTR Mutation Rate Study for another project I am very
interested in.

http://www.ystrlog.org/

But traditional genealogy and genetic genealogy are my major hobby. I enjoy it
and I've learned a lot in the last almost 7 years I've been active in this new
genetic genealogy field and the 32 years I've been a traditional genealogist. It
is a hobby I would recommend to anyone. Wish you could make it to the PalAm
presentation by myself, Steve Perkins, and Bill Hurst. Its going to be an
outstanding event.

http://www.pa-palam.org/index_files/page0001.htm

Synergy at work.

Charles Kerchner
(P.E. Retired)
Emmaus PA USA
http://www.kerchner.com/dna-info.htm


Doriswheeler wrote:
> Hi Charles,
> Our paths keep crossing....
>
> I've just joined my late husband's cousin, Edgar Wheeler, to your project. So far, we have only six 12/12 matches and none at 25 or 37 markers. With such a common name, and because there was a hint of a different spelling (Willour), I'm hopeful we will find a solid match someday.
>
> Thanks for all you do!
> Doris Wheeler
>
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: charles
> To: ; ; ;
> Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 11:52 PM
> Subject: [DNA] Kerchner's R1b and Subclade Project Passes 1200 Members
>
>
> All:
>
> Earlier this evening the Kerchner R1b and Subclades Project passed 1200
> participants including 505 participants with YDNA67 marker haplotypes.
>
> The raw data provided by members from FTDNA's database is shown in the "Y
> Results" section. That table also displays the earliest known paternal line
> ancestor for the haplotype, if that data was provided by the participant. I then
> sort and analyze the data in various ways. If you are a member of this project
> and have not filled in that field near the bottom of your User Preference page
> in your personal account at FTDNA, I recommend you do so.
>
> The updated sorted Excel data tables are found in the "Results" section of the
> project. The sorted data is available in three Excel formatted tables for easy
> download and viewing ... sorted by Kit Number, Haplogroup, and Haplogroup Color
> (SNP Verified=Green and Predicted=Red).
>
> Statistics provided are: Min, Modal, Max, Var, Std Dev, ASD, and Count for each
> DYS marker.
>
> As of about 9 p.m. when I started updating the project tables the counts were as
> follows:
>
> YDNA12 = 1201
> YDNA25 = 1064
> YDNA37 = 969
> YDNA67 = 505
>
> There are also several other links in the project pages to information about the
> R1b Haplogroup in the "Results" section of the project. Also, see the project
> website "Background" section for more about who can join and how to join for
> those tested by FTDNA who are interested in joining.
>
> http://www.familytreedna.com/public/r1b
>
> Synergy at Work!
>
> Charles Kerchner
> (P.E. Retired)
> Emmaus PA USA
> R1b and Subclades Project
> http://www.familytreedna.com/public/r1b
> http://www.kerchner.com/dna-info.htm
> http://www.ggdictionary.org/
> http://www.dnapin.org/
>
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