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From: "frank mcgonigal" <>
Subject: Re: [SCT-ISLEOFMULL] DNA
Date: Sun, 5 Nov 2006 00:27:51 -0500
(RE..however, I am not sure how a 'geographic' project, as opposed to a
'surname' project, would, or could, work. Someone with much more knowledge
than I possess, would have to answer that.)
I would say that we should get as many Mull descendants as possible to take
at least the 12 marker test,then match them up whether the names are the
same or not.Then they could be grouped by name too.
I have 5 exact matches in the 12 marker test,but the names are all
KEAN,McKEE,KELLY,EWING and SMITH,and I have also taken the 25,37 and 67
(pending) with close matches in them all,but this is explained by the names
being adopted just as surnames were starting to be used.
If I had some recent McGonigals to test it would probably come out like
What you've achieved is what I'm hoping for.
Spellings are unusual sometimes,one match is a MeGonigill in California,and
a McGonagill in Mississippi,but this is to be expected when people moved to
----- Original Message -----
From: Judy A. (MacPhee) LeDrew
Sent: Saturday, November 04, 2006 11:07 PM
Yes....my family has participated in a DNA study, with wonderful results!
Since I am a female "MacPhee", my brother was the one to take the test. Our
surname project may be found here:
With our wonderful results, I would certainly recommend a DNA project to
anyone........however, I am not sure how a 'geographic' project, as opposed
to a 'surname' project, would, or could, work. Someone with much more
knowledge than I possess, would have to answer that.
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