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Don’t know how to read my test results...Help pls!

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Don’t know how to read my test results...Help pls!

Postby Ariana11 » Sat Oct 28, 2017 4:26 am

I took the Native American test and wanted to find out what tribe I would descend from but don’t know how to figure it out?! [quote][/quote]

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Re: Don’t know how to read my test results...Help pls!

Postby jakayj » Sat Oct 28, 2017 3:01 pm

You will find highlighted in red on page 2 of the report under World Population Matches modern-day tribal matches. Also, in the analysis and conclusion section that starts on page 5 you will find a listing in the paragraph that begins "Remember: results do not equal ..." listing of any further tribal connections.

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Re: Don’t know how to read my test results...Help pls!

Postby D J Thornton » Wed Nov 01, 2017 7:51 am

Hi, I found this rent blog
Mary Martin, the grand daughter of Ka-Okee, who was, in turn, the daughter of Pocahontas and Kocoum, the brother of Chief Japasaw. Kocoum was murdered by the Jamestown settlers in 1613 when Pocahontas was kidnapped. Ka-Okee, who was two years old, stayed with the tribe. In 1645, when Ka-Okee was 34 she married Theodore Pettus, they called her Jane. In 1636 they had a female child, Christian Pettus. We don't know the date of Ka-Okee's dea

Interesting DNA match, family.
https://www.pallasweb.com/blog/sullivan ... ontas.html

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Re: Don’t know how to read my test results...Help pls!

Postby DNAadministrator » Fri Nov 10, 2017 5:40 pm

Ariana, unfortunately we are not able to give you any more definitive information than what you have. Your Native American matches were all in South America and you should be able to look them up on the internet. If another member of your family were to be tested, it's possible that more information could be gained, since family members inherit different markers from parents.


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