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Ricardo Canedo
08-26-2017
02:41 PM ET (US)
Hello Jamie, I asked you a question through email 2 weeks ago that you haven't yet answered I know your emails are sometimes too many to read and you don't have much time so I'm going to leave it here. Where did you see the idea that the Merovingians may have been R1a? Wouldn't R1b be a more plausible haplogroup for them?
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sheenahamilton12134@gmail
08-10-2017
05:53 AM ET (US)
yes the whale ward and grey lines in my family..i know the great grey train.etc and ward and elizabrth whale my family..my dna puts me on nordic lines i need some help the reason is my strong christian faith..loas went to the states for freedom of their faith..but i own historical parkland leaving it to my charity..for various reasons..most of my folks in the states anyway........can youfor instance clarifybaron ward robert de....i know i plantagenet..
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sheenahamilton12134@gmail
08-10-2017
05:38 AM ET (US)
i stuck in a few places..came across you when i put in baron ward robert de..essex england...loads my lot come from chickney in essexx..long line family name is whale
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allangaskins
08-08-2017
02:36 PM ET (US)
fab just from working on ancestry found gaskins comes from gascony
Edited 08-08-2017 02:39 PM
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FabpedigreePerson was signed in when posted
08-08-2017
02:13 PM ET (US)
Allan? Are these historic Basques you know by name, or are they Basques inferred from DNA testing?

"This is a useful tool for helping to direct further research." Thank you, Chronophagus. I realize yours is a euphemism for "often unreliable" but a crude synopsis of alleged lines is all I over hoped or planned for.
Edited 08-08-2017 02:15 PM
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allangaskins
08-07-2017
05:02 PM ET (US)
teying to get the ancestry of when the basque left for england in my family tree tough one
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ChronophagusPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2017
04:39 PM ET (US)
This is a useful tool for helping to direct further research.
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Anonymous
08-03-2017
01:11 PM ET (US)
Thank you very much!
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FabpedigreePerson was signed in when posted
07-31-2017
06:14 AM ET (US)
Version 83 of the Fabulous Pedigree has been uploaded and is ready for view. Special thanks to Ricardo Canedo.

The major change was to greatly expand coverage of the clades of the R1b Y-chromosome haplogroup.
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FabpedigreePerson was signed in when posted
07-30-2017
08:06 AM ET (US)
Don't forget pages like http://fabpedigree.com/n1agnes.htm
It shows all the lines (in the database and marked probable) from Charlemagne to Agnes Harris. If there's interest I'll prepare similar charts for other people pairs.
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allangaskins
07-29-2017
01:00 AM ET (US)
thanks
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Froebel
07-26-2017
10:40 PM ET (US)
Many Many thanks for all you do! The Y Chromosome information is also very helpful.
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FabpedigreePerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2017
08:38 PM ET (US)
In (early) August I will install Version 83 of the Pedigree. This may be the last version for a while. It will feature the usual large numbers of corrections and additions, but also increased coverage of Y-chromosome haplogroups.

Please submit any minor corrections by the end of July. For major corrections, please spell out the required change very clearly in the text of an e-mail.
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Andra Lewis
07-17-2017
11:22 AM ET (US)
I have used your site for several yeaRS AND I APPRECIATE YOUR EXTENSIVE WORK.
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FabpedigreePerson was signed in when posted
06-30-2017
06:37 PM ET (US)
I will soon turn the crank for Version 82!
Submit your important corrections very soon!
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Anonymous
06-28-2017
12:24 PM ET (US)
Take your time if you want to. Thank you very much.
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