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Cherokee DNA Match Help

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Re: Cherokee DNA Match Help

Postby jakayj » Thu Jul 14, 2016 8:01 pm

We do have a Cherokee DNA Test available through our website dnaconsultants.com . The site offers a write-up about the test, and you can order there, through Amazon, or by calling toll free the office M-F 10-6 MT, (888) 806-2588.

Hope you're enjoying your exploration of your heritage,

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Re: Cherokee DNA Match Help

Postby lilbit75 » Sun Aug 28, 2016 9:11 pm

I took the DNA test mine came back n=62 us Cherokee admixed said it is thus high likely I have a significant amount of Cherokee ancestry ,this means I do have Cherokee right? Also am wondering if there's a way to see if anyone matches up with me and how do I go about that?

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Re: Cherokee DNA Match Help

Postby littleno » Wed Jan 18, 2017 7:21 pm

my Cherokee DNA came back n=62 . I am wondering if there is away to test how many of
us with the same Cherokee DNA and from the same area if we are related. To the Cherokee Indian of Tennessee/ Alabama/ Georgia area's.

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Re: Cherokee DNA Match Help

Postby suelevin1 » Thu Jan 26, 2017 8:08 pm

Thanks for your comment. Everyone who tests has the same n=62. The n refers to the sample each person is compared against and is the same for everyone.


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