Re: Help = Ancestry DNA .. is it worth looking below 2nd Cousin if no proof in trees or known relatives? #dna
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Try to have more than one known relative to submit DNA. Best a sibling.
If a person is your 3rd cousin, but does not appear in your sibling list,
they are probably not relatives.
But if a person appears in both lists, they may very well be related.
Israel does not permit home DNA test for genealogy, but I found the
children of my mother's second cousin in the north by studying
pages at Yad VeShem. It turned out that they are interest and tracing
genealogy for years. Neither of us had any idea we exist, DNA
would have found us earlier and showed that we are related.
My grandfather stayed with a family in London after WWI, how
are we related to this family was found a couple of years ago
using DNA result communications tools.
When you start to read readin,
how do you know the fellow that
wrote the readin,
wrote the readin right?
Long Branch Saloon
Dodge City, Kansas
On Tuesday, December 22, 2020, 10:46:56 AM GMT+2, mandy.molava via groups.jewishgen.org <mandy.molava=aol.com@...> wrote:
Ancestry - is it worth looking below 2nd Cousin if no proof in trees or known relatives and Jewish on both sides of the families?
Was told not to bother with anything below 4th in 4th Cousin by speaker in a local talk, however told also by another researcher that the DNA is magnified once it gets past 2nd cousin? I am on Ancestry, My Heritage and GEDmatch. (love the GEDmatch tools) to compare and do the wider searches.
Thanks in advance