Re: not why, the "Y" chromosome, but who #dna
Susan M. Rogers <smr@...>
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We want to determine whether a descendant of Faiva Uberstein of Gorodok is
related to a descendant of Lazar Elia Uberstine of Gorodok.
Faiva's descendant is male, and so is Lazar's.
The $219 fee will determine if they are related.
Will it also confirm that Lazar's descendant is a HaKohen? We have the
hands on his uncle's and his grandfather's tombstone.
So my questions are:
(1) Will the $219 fee answer both questions?
(2a) Does it matter the line for Faiva's descendant went from
Faiva to his daughter to her son and then to his son?
(2b) Would it be better if the line went 100% through males?
Say, Faiva to Harris to Max to Morris?
(3) Would it "gum up the works" if the grandmother of Faiva's descendant
had married a non-Jewish person?
Susan M. Rogers
CousinsPlus Family History Web Page Design Center
New York, NY
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From: "ushua weintraub" <ushua@...>
To: "DNA Testing, Ask the Experts" <dna@...>
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2000 3:45 PM
Subject: not why, the "Y" chromosome, but who
This question is not why the "Y" chromosome but who?of
the clan of Kohath not forgetting the clan of Gershon, having as theirand
that the "Y" chromosome represents the missing rib of Adam, created by theresearch
taking into account that, Adam is recorded in the Law as being the firstbeing
passed down succeeding blood related generations as a distinct racialmarker
passed down in the blood lines and not in philosophical or religiouswhich
are Israel and that this "Y" marker which is not found in others isthe
rest of the Jewish male population are not blood descendents of "Israel"as
adoptees or by way of marriage or by way of living amongst our ancestorsand
becoming religious proselytes?