Confirming Paper Research with DNA

In a post or two, I will link a few pieces on how to properly use DNA matches to map chromosomes and confirm paper research, and I'm not promising that my rough run-down here meets those standards in every case.  I'll come back to that. But I did want to create a quick record of … Continue reading Confirming Paper Research with DNA


K2b mtDNA

I will summarize here what I've discovered about the K2b mtDNA haplogroups, which as mentioned above seem to be somewhat rare, especially K2b2. (As discussed in a later post, my matrilineal line is one of my brick walls, and I do have an intriguing mtDNA match who is also a general autosomal match). Two sources … Continue reading K2b mtDNA