Joined: 26 Jan 2004
Location: Vancouver, WA USA
|Posted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 6:17 pm Post subject: BIG-Y TESTS ORDERED ARE NOW DUE BY MARCH 28, 2014
|BIG-Y (SNP) TEST RESULTS for KIT #306861 -- DUE BY MARCH 28, 2014
His Y-DNA Kit Matches "FRANKLIN CO PA" Y-DNA group at 67 markers
His son's Y-DNA kit (N115443)
matches my brother's kit (H. ELDER #10042) at 67 and 111 markers.
"We expect that all samples ordered during the initial sale (last November & December) will be delivered by March 28th.
We are processing samples in first come first serve order.
If a sample doesn't pass quality control,
we will place it in the next set of results to be processed as long as we have enough DNA sample.
If we require an additional sample, we will send a new test kit and place
the new sample in the first set to be processed when it is returned."
ELDERS (with an S) kit #219446 FOR BIG-Y TEST also DUE MARCH 28.
No other ELDERS (with an S) matching his Y-DNA as yet. May be
Viking descendant from Yorkshire, England.
Nancy's notes sent to DNA members:
>I enjoyed the BIG-Y WEBINAR online today.
(Feb. 28, 2014 - First BIG-Y release date).
WEBINAR will be available in recorded version in 2-3 days.
FREE Registration and download WEBINAR PROGRAM:
Elise Friedman noted on her screen -
> "2014 Haplotree Coming Soon!" - Coordinating with Genographic Project.
>Suggestions already considered: "Compare Novel Variants (New SNPs/Positions) with other test results"
FTDNA will continue their analysis of Novel Variants
>(Ask Elise or Rebekah)
More questions may be answered
We can filter results lists for all Positive (Derived) - marked YES
or all Negative (Ancestral) -marked NO,
or search for one SNP.
More BLOGS will help with questions.
Elise Friedman didn't promise any BATCH schedule.
I'm always hoping they are ahead of weekly schedules!
I'll keep watching for comments on BIG-Y received results
on the DNA-GENEALOGY Discussions.
Terminal SNP's will be important to compare for
all members of the matching Y-DNA group.
Nancy Elder Petersen
Vancouver, WA USA
Host, ELDER DNA project