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Results of the test for 37 Markers

The tests shown below analysed Markers No. 26 to 37 on the Y-chromosome.  The first column in the Table gives the person that provided the test sample.  

The 1st line of the table contains the  Marker number and the 2nd line shows the  Dys numbers; these are abbreviations of the chemical names of the Markers (e.g. Dys 393 or Dys 389i etc).

The 3rd to 5th lines are the Marker values, i.e. the number of repeat beads in the marker chain for Leslie and Alan Peacock. (Bill Burgar's test only analysed the first 25 Markers, so he has no results below).

Marker No.

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

Dys No

460

GATAH4

YCA II a

YCA II b

456

607

576

570

CDYa

CDYb

442

438

Leslie Peacock

11

12

19

23

16

15

18

18

36

41

14

11

Alan Peacock

11

12

19

23

16

15

18

18

35

40

14

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this section the two Peacocks have a further 2 Markers different (Marker Numbers 34 and 35, and thus in total they have a 34/37 agreement overall.  Again this means a greater than 99% likelihood of the two Peacocks being related. 

On this basis it is assumed that since both Peacock families were originally living in the same village (Matching), then they really are related.

 

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