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DNA TESTING, ETC.. Daniel (b1817), son of James Keen (b 1784)
Posted by: TINA KEENE PEDDIE (ID *****5854) Date: January 11, 2009 at 18:20:11
In Reply to: Re: Daniel (b1817), son of James Keen (b 1784) by Rory Cain of 1800

HI RORY!
Long time, no email!
I got busy with other things (like "Life"! ha ha), but I am still VERY interested in pursuing our KEEN/e dna test results and finding out if we can WHO we come from back in the 1700s after my brother's dna results thru the Cain FTdna company!
I still think that possibly one of those other NC KEEN men from Revolutionary War times will end up being the father to our WILLIAM KEEN who was born in 1796 NC, who came into Washington Co.GA by very early 1800s, then his descendants came into Wilkinson Co.GA by abt 1840 or 1850.
It seems that Johnson Co./Sampson Co. NC may hold the key to the mystery!
If you have any other suggestions for me, let me know!
My brother (we are Keene's, coming from WM KEEN b. 1796 NC) did the 37 marker test, if you recall, but if it would make it easier to find a Match with someone else who has tested if he upgraded to, say, the 67 markers, I think I'm about ready to pop for that upgrade!!!
(Does he have to do another scraping, or do I just have to send in more $$$$???)
THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP !! You've been a great help to me, answering all my MANY questions!!
TINA KEENE PEDDIE/CA


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