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DNA Leckie, Lakey, Lackey
Posted by: Tom Lakey (ID *****1590) Date: June 14, 2003 at 06:43:40
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Genealogy by genetics is the greatest addition to Genealogy since the creation of the Family Tree!
The value of Family Tree DNA testing is their ability to help find "Genetic Cousins "


We have recently started a family DNA testing project. We expect that this we help us

1. Identify others who are related

2. Prove or disprove theories regarding ancestors

3. Validate existing research

4. Might be the most fantastic, accurate method for knowing who is family and who isn't

The process of obtaining DNA is very simple and painless. It is done by removing cells from the inside of your mouth with a scraper similar to a cotton swab. The Family Tree DNA test kit consists of two cheek scrapers and two collection tubes---designed for a single persons use. Each tube contains a fluid designed to arrest bacteria growth, so you can scrape your cheek and return your kit in any type of weather (hot or cold).

The greater the participation is the greater the benefits are to everyone interested in research. If you are interested in participating, would at least like to see the results , or simply want more information, email me

tom@utahsbestmortgage.com
bestloan@myfamily.com








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