How can l see who has a DNA conection to me?

+4 votes
WikiTree profile: Eva Kjaervik
asked in Genealogy Help by Eva Kjaervik G2G Crew (580 points)
retagged by Ellen Smith

From your list on GEDMATCH

  • Mowbray-373 link
    • Total 24.9 cM
  • Goodwyn-125 link
    • Total 16.3 cM
  • Pennington-1673 link
    • Total 15.3 cM
  • Doll-623 link
    • Total 13.8 cM    

2 Answers

+4 votes

You might have a DNA connection with anyone who is your cousin, but concentrate on the one's related through your mom's line and through X dna testing since you are a woman.  Autosomal DNA (au DNA) might be helpful as well.  For y-DNA you need to contact a brother or a male cousin with your LNAB as y-DNA is traced through male lines, not female ones.
answered by David Hughey G2G6 Pilot (305k points)
+2 votes
Click on your GEDmatch ID.  There you will find who you share autosomal and X chromosome segments with.  Invite them to add there ancestry and GEDmatch ID to WikiTree, or ask for their permission to add their ancestry and GEDmatch ID to WikiTree on their behalf.  Let those who insist on more privacy know that they can be listed with an initial or as Anonymous for their first name and their parents can be private.  The DNA tester should have their privacy level at Private with Public Biography and Family Tree.
answered by Peter Roberts G2G6 Pilot (447k points)

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