I uploaded my AncestryDNA test to 23andme during a DNA special they had for DNA day 2018. I believe they called this promo Discover23(at least that it how it's noted in my settings there). They did not offer matching for the uploaded tests but showed Ancestry Composition. I recently also tested with them to get myself in their database for matching purposes. Below is a comparison of the two tests. The AncestryDNA test was version 2 and the 23andme is their latest chip test.
DNA Relatives Comparison of the tests:
While the AncestryDNA upload there won't show me my matches it did show me a graphic that said I had 1165 matches which is close to the number on my match list from the test thru 23&me which lists 1177 DNA relatives.
Ethnicity Comparison of the tests:
The ANCESTRYDNA upload
The 23andme site's test
Info on people, places, and things helpful in my genealogy research.
Monday, July 29, 2019
Monday, July 15, 2019
A letter from First Baptist Church of Old Hickory
Found among my paternal Grandmother, Pearl Gray Jakes Cooke's papers, this letter is part of the archived collection of my families papers(Thomas & Pearl Jakes Cooke Family) that I wrote about in an earlier post--Just a Small Portion of a Family's Paper Trail. I wish I had a copy of the letter which she wrote. You can click on the letter to enlarge it.
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