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    1. [WHITE-DNA] Re: WHITE-DNA Digest, Vol 7, Issue 47
    2. barbara white
    3. Thank you for simplifying how the autosomal test works. Can you elaborate on how your familyfinder page should be set up so that FTDNA can identify inter-family marriages? Thank you again for all of your efforts! Barbara On Wed, Dec 26, 2018 at 1:23 PM <white-dna-request@rootsweb.com> wrote: > Send WHITE-DNA mailing list submissions to white-dna@rootsweb.com > > To subscribe via email send a message with subject subscribe and body > subscribe to white-dna-request@rootsweb.com > > To unsubscribe via email send a message with subject unsubscribe and > body unsubscribe to white-dna-request@rootsweb.com > > You can reach the person managing the list at > white-dna-owner@rootsweb.com > > When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific > than "Re: Contents of WHITE-DNA digest..." > > Today's Topics: > > 1. possible Sabra White connection (John) > 2. Analyzing Matches at FTDNA FAMILY FINDER (Marleen Van Horne) > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2018 11:11:19 -0600 > From: John <John@Hoagfamily.net> > Subject: [WHITE-DNA] possible Sabra White connection > To: <white-dna@rootsweb.com> > Message-ID: <7929d298-7d14-e6de-ec14-8c5fcfd560f6@Hoagfamily.net> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"; format=flowed > > Ellen > > do you think it would be help full for me to have a Ancestry and/or > 23andme DNA test done, if so which would you suggest? > John > --------------------------------------------------------------------------- > Previously > John, > I am replying for my husband, John White, I really can't help you in > answering your question, but, I found your letter of interest to me. > > I have tested my husband John White, in Ancestry, 23andMe, and Family > Tree, because I am trying to find his WHITE ancestors. > > In the results, Family Tree DNA, his closest matches , 111, are HOGG, > Hoag, and White surname is "way" down the list.in the "12" > connections. I too have wondered about this. Either an "OOOps" on > parentage, an adoption, or a name change. I guess. > > Sabra White does not come up on his matches. > I have found that Ancestry and 23andme give the % of chromosomes shared. > > Thanks, > Ellen White > > On 12/23/2018 9:46 AM, white-dna-request@rootsweb.com wrote: > > I am trying to find out how to determine through use of the DNA if I > can be related to Sabra White b 4/4/1810 NY d before 1880 married Daniel > Hawley Hoag 7/20/1828 he b 10/17/1805 NY and d 9/19/1868. Does anyone know > how I would be able to determine if this is possible or the percent > possibility of such. > > > > > > Thanks every so much for any and ALL help > > ------------------------------ > > Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2018 13:21:17 -0800 > From: Marleen Van Horne <msvnhrn@jps.net> > Subject: [WHITE-DNA] Analyzing Matches at FTDNA FAMILY FINDER > To: White-DNA@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: <6e6d907f-a78e-157f-c1cc-404296e7460d@jps.net> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8; format=flowed > > FAMILY FINDER is FTDNA's autosomal DNA test. > > This test looks at a yours 23 chromosomes and finds other people who > share matching segment with you. > > atDNA is measured in Centimorgans cM. This is not exactly a measure of > length, but if you think of it as a a measure of length, such as a > centmeter or an inch, the matches might be easier to understand. FTDNA > reports your match information in two columns: Shared Centimorgans and > Longest Block. These two numbers are the basis of Family Finder match > analysis. > > Every human being has approximately 7,200 cM of autosomal DNA that has > been inherited from all your ancestors, since the beginning of the > species. atDNA is spread out over your 23 chromosomes. Each chromosome > has a different amount, starting with Ch 1, which is the longest and > ending with Ch 23, the shortest. Every one has only atDNA on Ch1-22. > The x chromosome, or Chromosome 23, has two strands of atDNA if you are > a woman and 1 strand of x atDNA and 1 strand of yDNA if you are a man. > Consequently women have fractionally more atDNA than men. > > You inherit half of your atDNA from your father, and half from your > mother. Your inherited paternal and maternal atDNA, usually do not > intermingle, unless your family has a history of cousins marrying one > another. If your Family Finder page is correctly set up, FTDNA can > identify inter-family marriages. > > So you now have 7,200 cM of atDNA , half, 3,600 cM from each parent. > Each generation back in time you go, the amount of atDNA you inherited > from each ancestor in that generation is decreased by 50 %. > > Generation 5 GGG- Grandparents 225 cM 3.125% from each ggg-grandparent > Generation 4 GG-Grandparents 450 cM 6.25% from each gg-grandparent > Generation 3 G-Grandpatents 900 cM 12.5% from each g-grandparent > Generation 2 Grandparents 1,800 cM 25% from each grandparent > Generation 1 Parents 3,600 cM 50% from each parent > Generation 0 You 7,200 cM > > So, of your 7,200 cM of atDNA, only about 225 cM was inherited from a > ggg-grandparent. This applies to both men and women. However, when you > are looking for an unknown paternal ancestor, and have no idea of what > the paternal biological surname is, there is no way to single out the > paternal line surname, unless you get a match with a large number of > Shared Centimorgans, in generations 1-5. > > Having received your test results, look at the first person in your > match list. The matches are sorted from highest to lowest. If you have > matches of over 100 Shared Centimorgans, work with those people first. > Look for names you know from your research, try to identify the common > ancestor. It helps if your match has posted a family tree, or at least > a list of surnames If they have posted a tree, there will be a little > blue tree under your match's name. > > OK, I will stop here. The next step, the Chromosome Browser. Let me > know when you are ready. > > Marleen Van Horne > > > ------------------------------ > > Subject: Digest Footer > > > > ------------------------------ > > End of WHITE-DNA Digest, Vol 7, Issue 47 > **************************************** >

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