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66/67 marker DNA match!
Posted by: Donald Locke (ID *****5583) Date: January 31, 2007 at 11:12:13
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We have confirmation, we have a 66/67 marker DNA match
between 2 differnt Lock lines.

There is no paper trail to link them as of yet, but with such a close DNA match we know they are related.

This involves the family lines of
Robert L. Lock of Mercer County Kentucky USA and
Thomas Lock of Lincoln County Kentucky USA.
Both Robert and Thomas Lock were born in the 1790's,
they are likely brothers.

This is a kinship we wouldn't have found had it not been for DNA testing! :)
Now we know there is a kinship, we can persue the paper trail with vigor knowing this is a positive kinship between the 2 branches.

The 2 branches likely have ties to Virginia USA.

Donald Locke
http://home.comcast.net/~lockeroots/home.html


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