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  1. Reason why I took these DNA tests is because I wanted to see what it would come back as, as well as connecting with my lost half-siblings. Some background information about my family: My father is from Harbel, Liberia. He emigrated to the United States in 1971. He left his country due to war. My mom was born in Manhattan, New York and she was raised in Brooklyn, New York. Her parents are from Puerto Rico and she was raised by her maternal grandparents. Her maternal grandmother is from Canovanas, Puerto Rico. Her maternal grandfather Justino served in World War II.

  2. Remember that Ancestry only uses the DNA from your autosomal side, but 23 and Me uses all 23 pairs of Chromosomes, aka, the DNA from your Y line, MtDNA, and Autosomal sides, so their reports will be a bit more accurate.

  3. STILL WAITING FOR MY 23& ME RESULTS. GENETIC TESTING ALSO– ALL THE TESTS.
    ME & MY FEMALE COUSINS HAVE BEEN LIED TO BIGTIME BY OUR MOTHERS.
    SINCE 3 OF THE 4 DAUGHTERS HAVE PASSED & THE LAST ONE WE WENT NO CONTACT ( NARCISS. & INTOLERABLE ) — SOOOO WE ARE TRYING TO GET OUT HEALTH & FAMILY HISTORY CORRECT.
    PS– ALL INTACT PARENTS & PROFESSIONAL FAMILIES– HOMEOWNERS– BLAH BLAH-
    LYIN' CREEPIN' WOMEN.

  4. Pretty cool I would suggest transferring your raw DNA to family tree DNA its only $18 and it will give you an ethnicity estimate which is more centered around diversification in the middle eastern region.

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