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hdpth Family Tree DNA group study project
Posted by: Kenny Hedgpeth (ID *****7223) Date: July 17, 2003 at 07:47:37
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Coming Soon!

the hdpth Family Tree DNA group study project

We are currently looking for participants to join us. If you would like to join, and or get further info about this exciting gene in Genealogy, that can aid in finding where your lineage possibly connects in with other hdpth's ... feel free to contact us any time ...

Wouldn't it be interesting to see, that there really is a connection between the Carolina/Tennessee hdpth's and those who descend from Virginia/Kentucky ... and what about the Hudspeth's and other spelling variant ? Do we all carry the same Y chromosome that is passed from father to son unchanged for generations ?

Ladies don't feel left out, you can help us by recruiting participants in your families too ... brother's, father's, grandfather's, uncle's and or male cousin's ... any direct "male" hdpth descendants, they are your genetic representative(s) for your family's branch in this project too ...

Disclaimer: We are aware that some of our cousin's will not be the least bit interested in this or any DNA group study, and other's will have reservations about privacy and confidentiality, and yet other's will have concerns of what medical data will be reviled ... and some might be prohibit due to the cost of participating ... I would like to direct you to this site Family Tree DNA which at the moment appears to be the company that our study would be set up with, when activated. Please feel free to check out their claims and statements, along with any other sites or references on this topic. Also don't hesitate to contact us about any concerns or questions you might have ... it could be something we hadn't thought about ... [note they do have slightly reduced group prices for the recommended 12 marker test kits] ... and to register a surname project with this company, it takes a commitment of six test kits, and they will jump start the project with the first two participants to sign up ...

This web site here CHRIS POMERY'S DNA PORTAL we have found to be noteworthy and very interesting ... it has loads of data and other info about DNA testing and further links to follow for even more info ... enjoy !

Please note a NEW mailing List has been request [but not yet created at the moment] for the topic of DNA testing in regards to surnames covered by H*D*P*TH ... please direct your comments and questions to me personally or wait for the New List to be activated ... it's going to be called hdpth-DNA at rootsweb dot com It may be a week or so before you can join us there, if interested :)

That List will be open for the topic and discussion of and for a DNA group study of any surname(s) associated with variant spellings covered by H*D*P*TH ... including but not limited to, hadspeth, headspeath, hedgbeth, hedgepath, hedgepeth, hedgespeth, hedgpath, hedgpeth, hedgspath, hedgspeth, hudspeath, hudspeth, hudspith ... just to name a few :)

Ken Hedgpeth ~ Arcadia, CA ~ USA
the H*D*P*TH web site covering all spelling variant's from any location ...

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