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In the past I have found mitosearch.org to be quite useful, but I was recently informed by Family Tree DNA, who owns mitosearch, that they are no longer maintaining the web site. It is still up, but has become a little buggy and does not always work. Really a shame. It's a great tool for genealogist...
How is the Cherolee DNA Project progressing for mtDNA? Sorry, I don't want to get impatient. My own DNA project has slowed to a crawl and I am looking forward to seeing what you learn, if anything. The web site says the end of 2016 and I don't know how long it takes to study and compare, or if it ha...
- Tue Jan 17, 2017 5:29 am
- Forum: Cherokee
- Topic: Cherokee Autosomal Research Project
- Replies: 7
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I was unable to open the Cherokee Autosomal research project ll. but I would like to be part of it.. I know my dad is Native American Indian and Cherokee. his mother was Cherokee Indian and his father was native American Indian and Scottish/ Irish. I never could get to it through the web site but f...
- Sat Nov 05, 2016 4:55 am
- Forum: Native American
- Topic: Comparing DNA to Anzick Child
- Replies: 1
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I have a few cousins who took a dna test for me and I uploaded their results to gedmatch. The site is not the most user friendly, but you can get some interesting information from it.
Have you seen the Virginia state Senate resolution recognizing the United Cherokee Tribe of Virginia? They refer to Raleigh Pinn as Wiccocomico and Cherokee, but there is no indication of where the information comes from.