I have been tested at both 23andMe and FamilyTreeDNA. The 23andMe test includes SNP test of yDNA, mtDNA, and auDNA. My FamilyTreeDNA test only includes 111 STRs on the yDNA.
Below, I have included a complete description of my SNP test results, along with the progression through that haplogroup tree. This is so that others can compare their haplogroup branch to my haplogroup branch. As long as we use that latest haplogroup trees, this should tell us how closely we are related (or not at all). This only works along Maternal or Paternal lines, but that my include thousands of people. This will allow us to find errors in the genealogy in WikiTree and also allow us to discover so-called "Non Paternal Events" (NPE)
Thanks, Rick, for suppling the i formation on Edward Perin. I am looking forward to exploring it in more depth. I am getting more data than I can keep on for now, but that does not indicate a lack of interest.
Thank you for cleaning up Elias Stewart. Is referencing the Census using a free-space source page becoming a new standard? First time I've seen it. It sure cleaned up the GEDCOM trash from Ancestry but I prefer C&P from familysearch if I can find it there.
You added to Joshua Kimball's bio a span class=hidden. What does it do? I could remove it to see the difference, but thought asking might be easier. I'm always looking for cool new things to try.
You were quick. My husband found George when we were on the Cobb at Lyme Regis, (I'd never heard of him) so we went off to find Whitchurch. Believe me it is not the sort of place you'd just happen to be!
Wow. I think I've thanked you before but I'm going to do so again. The work you've done on source free space pages is over the top phenomenal. I resisted such use because I was lobbying strongly for Chris to find a way to use WeRelate's existing database of sources. No success there. I still wish that but I am so blown away by the investment of time and attention and care you've made into building out and categorizing these sources. I'm making good use of them today. I hope you don't mind me adding commentary and details where I can. Thank you for doing this.