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From: "Don Milligan" <>
Subject: Re: [R-M222] New M222 Philogenetic Tree
Date: Sun, 10 Apr 2011 15:44:16 -0700
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Since the McCords and McAdams have some similarities with the
Amuligans/Milligans, this may eventually tell us something?

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Subject: Re: [R-M222] New M222 Philogenetic Tree

I'm not getting much concrete information from the authors of that M222
philogenetic chart. This is all they've had to say so far:

You say: "What we've never been able to do In M222 is establish any
sub-clade that might be obviously pre or post Nial."

That's one thing that DOES show up in the tree:

The Ewings form a subclade distinctly before Nial (1 RCC = about 43.3
years). The Cowans, Davidsons, Dunbars, Howles, MacAdams, McCords &
McGonigles (Scottish names all) distinctly after Nial. Just examine the
tree closely.
The question is what does this mean?

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