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Y-Chromosome DNA analysis of some 100 Sizemore participants have now been completed. Family Tree DNA of Houston, TX was chosen in 2002 to perform the tests for the Sizemore Surname DNA Project.

At that time, it was felt that a 12 marker test was a good place to begin a project of this sort. An exact match of all 12 markers from any two tested individuals would indicate that it is highly likely that they descend from a common ancestor. This could provide valuable information to family researchers who are trying to determine whether different Sizemore lines are related.

We now know that the common ancestor could be many generations back. So if you want to learn just how recently your ancestor fits in, you may want to start with the 37 or 67 marker test, also discounted for test participants and at additional savings if ordered initially.

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