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    what about remains roman E-M35

    Hello all will the Roman samples be uploaded in YFull to on the Haplogroup E-M35
    R113 Y DNA E-BY8536
    R59 Y DNA E-Y21918
    R53 Y DNA E-PF2431

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    The consensus seems to be that you must email YFull with each sample in order to take advantage of their ancient DNA offer. Samples are more likely to be added to the tree if you offer them convincing reasoning in terms of good sample quality and the status of the sample among professionals.
    Predominantly Appalachian, Middle TN, and North GA roots

    Y-DNA in BR2's branch J-Z30682 (under M172, M67, Z7671, and Y11200). Interested in Z7671 and other J2 in the Caucasus

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