I have enjoyed reading your e-mails concerning the Daniel/Godwin connection. Years ago
when I started looking for my William Daniel's roots (which I have not found) I
ordered a copy of the William Daniel/Elizabeth Skinner DAR papers. I don't know
whether you would get any information that would help your cause or not.
You have to watch those lines as some incorrect ones were accepted by the DAR. I know
because a cousin established our line through William and Elizabeth Skinner Daniel. Names
were similar but dates wrong.
Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
From: "P. A. Miller" <gen(a)pamiller.net>
Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2012 13:04:06
Reply-To: daniel-list <DANIEL-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Subject: Re: [DANIEL] DNA Question - 37 markers on different surnames
Re your CDYa - YES, yours is 36, but I so very rarely post when I don't have to then
fix an error in it (I would put a cute emoticon here, but it's so very true, just
check the archives!). I got off track looking at the 37 at CDYb of test 141208 and the
test 15150 that has the 37 at CDYa.
A lot might be answered about the modal for y'all's CDYa, whether it's 36 or
37 depending on which son of Theophilus the test 141208 comes from, have you found that
Oh boy, now the wait for more results; looking forward to hearing how they turn out!
Pam in CA
On Apr 1, 2012, at 4:59 PM, Rhonda Daniel McCune wrote:
As always, thank you for your valuable input. I had already thought that I would need to
upgrade to the 67 markers, and will order that test this week. Should have done it the
first time, but I really had no idea what I was getting into then! I have a question,
though. You say that my CDYa is 37 - I thought it was 36. Am I not reading this
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