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Gingerich-Kingery DNA Project Testing Discounts
Posted by: Michael L. Hébert (ID *****8652) Date: August 17, 2008 at 17:13:50
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The primary testing company for the Gingerich-Kingery DNA Project has announced discounts on selected DNA tests available through August 31, 2008. The project also offers an additional discount. So, now would be a great time for Gingerich and Kingery (and all variations) males to join the project and get a 37-marker Y-DNA test for a great price. For more details, see the project's join page at http://gingerich.gendna.net/join.htm#joinstep1.

Test results thus far for Gingerich-Kingery males who have joined the project show that they share a common origin, likely in central Europe in the Germany-Switzerland region. See the project's results page at http://gingerich.gendna.net/results.htm. We need more males from all Gingerich and Kingery (and all other variations) lines to join the project and do the testing to find out more about the Gingerich-Kingery origins and relationships among the various lines and surname variations.

Mike
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Gingerich-Kingery DNA Project
http://kingery.gendna.net


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