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FAIRBAIRN Surname DNA Project - new results posted
Posted by: Lorna Henderson (ID *****4370) Date: November 08, 2008 at 04:28:16
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Check out the DNA Project results pages for some interesting new updates.
Two more families have come up with a match (admittedly only at 12 markers so far).
So if anyone knows anything more about how Trotter and Jean (FAIRBAIRN) FAIRBAIRN, and James and Helen (GOODFELLOW) FAIRBAIRN link up, we'd all love to hear from you.
The representatives of these two families have come up with a 12/12 marker match with each other, and an 11/12 marker match with three of the previous tests, ie those of descendants of Archibald & Alison (CROSSER) FAIRBAIRN, William and Jean (WANLESS) FAIRBAIRN, and Archibald and Mary (GRIERSON) FAIRBAIRN.
The rest of the markers should be in shortly.
Feel free to add any comments to the FairbairnDNA blog at
http://fairbairndna.blogspot.com/.
Representatives of other lines most welcome to join in the fun.
Anyone out there descended from Robert and Janet (HOGARTH) FAIRBAIRN? The results in for that line have shown unexpected matches with several MONTGOMERY families, so a confirming lineage would be great.

Regards
Lorna
Project Administrator, FAIRBAIRN Surname DNA Project
http://worldfamilies.net/surnames/fairbairn/


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