There is clearly a need to achieve a more satisfactory level of consensus concerning ethnicity issues related to Ragegonde Lambert / Lambert-395.
Refer in this regard to the following:
1. Firstly to following three previous G2G questions:
2. Secondly to michaelmarcotte.com website page at Métis /Native American Ancestry Sources - Radegonde Lambert.
3. Thirdly to newfrancemetis.blogspot.com's discussion at Genealogist, Stephen A. White Wrong on Radegonde Lambert's Origin.
4. Fourthly to following comments from Ragegonde Lambert / Lambert-395 profile related to earlier version of the image download entitled Radegonde Lambert according to Lanctot:
On 14 Jun 2018 You wrote:
In this context, there is no such a thing as more accurate:
- Family Tree DNA results are either right or wrong
- There are zero iinstences of X2b4 in the Bluejacket document,
This image detail comment thread in not the right vehicle to discuss this further. Separate G2G question should be created.
On 13 Jun 2018 Bud St Amand wrote:
These are more accurate results
On 13 Jun 2018 You wrote:
See X2b4 mtDNA - mtDNA Test Results for Members.
On 12 Jun 2018 Bud St Amand wrote:
People with the T226C mutation match the Anzick sample, therefore they are NOT European.
[On 8 Jun 2018 You wrote:
According to Roberta Estes:
Haplogroup, Created Yrs Ago, Stat. Variance
X, 31,718.5, 11,709.2
X2, 19,233.8, 2,640.9
X2b 9,675.9, 2,466.0
X2b4 5,589.2, 2,597.2
So haplogroup X2b-T226C created about 10,000 yrs ago is beside the point because Radegonde is haplogroup X2b4 created about 5,500 yrs ago.
On 4 Jun 2018 Bud St Amand wrote:
In view of the fact that the X2b-T226C haplotype has been long confirmed as Native American. This version is undoubtedly the correct version of Radegonde's origin. The fact that she is a match to the Anzick sample cannot possibly have any other explanation.
On 2 Jun 2018 You wrote:
According to discussion comment posted on March 30, 2018 by Jon in response to Roberta Estes's September 14, 2016 article Haplogroup X2b4 is European, Not Native American (see bibliography):
"The idea that Radegonde Lambert was Native American/Metis has, thus, only been around for 20 years. Unfortunately, the advent of the Internet has allowed this false information about her to spread. Father Lanctot’s book is chock-full of serious errors and is best avoided by people seriously working on their family tree."
On 17 Apr 2018 Bud St Amand wrote:
This is the true and correct ancestry of Radegonde Lambert
Acadian Families, Volume 1, by Leopold Lanctot; 1994 pg 61