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over the last week I have received a new match on FT DNA  biggrin

matchs are as follows

step 0 at 12

Step 0 at 25

step 2 at 37

His last name is Lamont and has a UK email address

 



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as a update this gent also did the 67 marker test and we are still 2 steps.

the real fun thing is his cousin did the 67 marker test and we are just 1 step different

at 67 markers I now have two Browns, one Lamond and two Lamont's

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wohoo, exciting stuff



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I though so too, for an adoptee that is getting closer  biggrin

the sister that emailed me said they thought their family came to the US from Ireland and didnt know about Scotland.

I wonder if these gents are showing up on Johns list too?



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which John? I will look



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John Lamond north of the border. He is on mine (201688) at a 2 step

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Hi Steve!

Have you increased your Y-DNA match totals since your original posting?

I have a probable BROWN cousin, two Lamonts, a Lamond and you on my FTDNA 67-marker match list and believe that we corresponded quite some time ago.

Best wishes!

Robert in Kanata



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I am still at 67 markers

are you showing Robert (1step) and William (2 step) Lamont

 



-- Edited by super8mm on Thursday 3rd of July 2014 11:26:37 AM

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I have Robert @ 2 and William @ 3, Steve.  I also have you @ 3, as well as John F. @ 3.

I still have none @ the 111 marker level. cry

Robert



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You and I still show the same distance but I am one step closer to the others.  I am sure that means something but darn if I know what it is 

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Did a Y67 and Family finder DNA test with familytreedna.com waiting for results.

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It will be interesting to see what matches come up

Several months ago I did the Big-Y test and there is a Mr.RJ Brown and I that match there and it appears the 2 of us are split off of the rest of the L519 project in a sub group.

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I am hoping to match John Patric (k) 1429 on Patrick project.

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Good luck on your hunt.

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Steve did you do family finder test?

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Steve did you do family finder test?


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Yes Sir, I did the Family Finder several years ago

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I got my family finder test results back it show on my oragen 73% British Isles 23% southern Europe 3% Finland North Siberia.

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Cool, mine shows 84% Western and Central Europe and 10%Finland and Northern Siberia

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I got my Y-DNA67 results back last week, at 67 markers it showed 6 matches, 1 at 0 Genetic Distance, 5 at 1 genetic distance. 4 with Robert Patrick b. 1705 and 1 with John Patric b. 1429 as most distant ancestor. on the Lamont family DNA study it has me a position #125

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good info to have  smile



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Super8mm are you on the Lamont DNA study, and what is your row number there.

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not sure if we are looking at the same one but if it is the one in color and in the R1b (M269+) I am #12.

it is the one here  under Current data.



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I am on the Lamont site that famliytreeDNA.com is linked to.

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on that one if it is set to 12 markers I am number 91

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ok thanks

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Did you have match on your Y-DNA if so what surname?

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Yes I have 7 matches at 67 markers

GD Name Ancestor
1 Robert Lamont    Ballygoney, N Ireland
2 Mark Williams
2 Luther Thompson Jr
2 William Lamont
2 John Lamond    Duntocker, Scotland
3 Robert Brown   Markinch, Fife, Scotland
7 Keith Brown

The 2 Lamonts are cousins. Mr. Thompson is in the Luckie line. Mark Williams family is somewhat fragmented about 5 generations back so they are about in the same boat as I am.

There are 3 of us that have done the Big-Y. Under FGC13437 there are 4 of us, 3 of us share 16 unique marker but Mr. Robert Brown and I branch off after that and have 4 more unique markers.

I wish we could get more Lamont’s to take a Big-Y to see if they have the 4 unique makers that we have.  smile



-- Edited by super8mm on Friday 12th of February 2016 04:01:02 PM

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Very cool Steve I can't fine a drect link to the Lamonts on my Patrick line I think we are only a step family. My nephew David Patrick found a link to the Lamont on are Cunningham line.

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There are not many Lamonts compared to some of the other septs.

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A recently released series of three YouTube videos that John Cleary presented at this year's "Who Do You Think You Are?" gathering in Birmingham are really helpful in getting your head around this Y-DNA stuff. In the first one he deals with STR values (from the 12 to 111-marker test) and SNPs (from the Big-Y test) and explains their relative usefulness. You can hit it at this URL:

www.youtube.com/watch

At the end of that one, it will automatically sequence into the second video and it will auto-sequence into the third segment at the end of the second one. I think that John can explain things in a far better manner than I could and he accompanies his explanations with slides that he used in his WDYTYA presentation.


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I just watched the first one but this is one of those deals I will have to watch several times to soak it all inconfuse



-- Edited by super8mm on Saturday 21st of May 2016 08:37:13 PM

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Hi cousin Steve (and Dennis)!
I noticed that FTDNA has the Big-y 700 test on special @$229 USD until the 17th (I think), so I've ponied up the $$$ and am going for broke on it. biggrin
Just thought you'd like to know for the Lamont FTDNA and the CLSNA DNA files.
I'll keep you posted on any significant results that might turn up. confuse

Robert



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