Wednesday, September 19, 2012

AncestryDNA test submitted

DearREADERS,
Finally got my act together and submitted my sample to the AncestryDNA testing lab.
The kit provided easy-to-follow instructions, removing concerns I had about gathering the DNA.






I sealed the envelope, then went online to "activate my kit online". After entering my kit's unique activation code, I was asked to link to one of my online Ancestry Member Trees.



If you'd like to learn more about AncestryDNA see:
http://dna.ancestry.com/aboutDNA.aspx

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt     :)
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3 comments:

  1. I too am considering trying this - how did you select AncestryDNA over its competitors?

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    1. I didn't select AncestryDNA, I am testing it out, and reporting on it for my DearREADERS.

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  2. I took the test and received my results. They are not what I thought they would be. I do have 4 connections that are within the 95-97%. I am hoping that as more people are tested that I will have more matches and the results will be adjusted as I do not think my primary (40%) should be Eastern European. We'll see.
    Jenn

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