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Chr17_069 Home Page

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Introduction
Names/places
Wanted!
Chromosome Map
Google Group

Introduction

Welcome to the home page for those sharing a segment of dna on chromosome 17 and trying to figure out which ancestor is responsible for that.
This segment is another with the prospect of chipping away at the brickwall of the ancestry of Archibald HENDERSON or Amelia MILLAR.
The reality however is that all we know is that the shared ancestor is somewhere back up from either William HENDERSON or Helen Sinton WIGHT.
Your DNA Project needs you

Names/places

Wanted!

In order to help refine which ancestor(s) of our matches are responsible for the shared/inherited DNA it is very useful to have a range of tested descendants.
We would therefore particularly love to hear from descendants of any of the following who either have joined in the fun of autosomal dna testing, or who may be interested in doing so (see DNA Groups page for further information).
Links are to either WikiTree or FamilySearch, both collaborative one world trees where it is free to register and contribute.
With known descendants in the tested gene pool the matches become easier to assign to specific ancestral lines for further investigation of links between matches where the links are not known.

 Ancestral Couple   WikiTree Link   FamilySearch Link 
Does this segment come from Archibald HENDERSON's ancestry? Archibald HENDERSON (Some) Descendants of Archibald HENDERSON
Or from Amelia MILLAR's? Amelia MILLAR (Some) Descendants of Amelia MILLAR
Or from Helen Sinton WIGHT's Border relations? Helen Sinton WIGHT (Some) Ancestors of Helen
Poss. connected to George Fairbairn DICK's ancestry?   (Some) Descendants of George Fairbairn DICK

Chromosome Map

If registered for the site, you may find a chromosome map of the dna segments in the Histories link in the sidebar.
Some of the people mentioned are linked to their tree in DNAGeds tree
Do NOT believe such trees without verification as they are merely quick research into possible areas to explain dna matches.

Google Group

The private Google Group - email or web - for those of us exploring this connection.