Welcome to Chromosome Mapping of Ancient Bloodlines. On this website you can learn how to do chromosome mapping by end location numbers from chromosome tables which is considered a statistical and scientific analysis. End location numbers on chromosome tables have been found to match surnames as small as 1cM and 500 SNPS allowing us to map out ancient bloodlines. Familytreedna.com Family Finder is used to do this. The database contains hundreds of surnames and thousands of entries, allowing you to find information in seconds. By mapping out end location numbers to surnames, you can map out the trail of your ancestors. End location numbers have been found to be relevant to Haplogroups and surnames corresponding to YDNA groups. An end location number can have many different surnames attached to it. Finding end location numbers relevant to a surname can help sort out ancestors with the same name; who are not biologically related. We are growing exponentially and learning new things every day. Come join us and be a part of helping to map out the human race. "We all, are connected".
Welcome new cousins!
It is an honor to have you join us. Please read these tips to help you achieve more success in your genealogical research.
Before you join this site, it would be best to already be a
member of www.familytreedna.com. To date, it is the best DNA company that works with chromosome mapping because it has both chromosome tables and an intuitive surname search program that allows surname mapping by end location numbers.
Learn how to do chromosome mapping by joining us in our FB Group, clicking on the icon at the top right, or by clicking on the link at the top that says "Chromosome Mapping Instructions" or watch the youtube video posted on the right side of this page: https://chromosomemappingproject.com/
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The database has moved to CHROMOSOMEMAPPINGPROJECT.com The database
contains end location numbers on chromosomes belonging to surnames. Some of these will be lines of famous people in history and their descendants.
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The database contains thousands of end location numbers mapped to surnames. It is now the only known database in the world that includes end location numbers with centimorgans as small as one centimorgan in length. Common ancestors found to match by surname and end location number have been found for time periods in the past 100 - 700 or more years. The number of people who have submitted DNA for ancestral research is minute; compared to the number of people who share common ancestors born in the 1400-1600s. Because of this disparity, DNA companies have stunted promising research by excluding small centimorgan matches. The odds of finding a common ancestor by surname matching to end location number is currently tedious and mostly unfruitful because small centimorgan matches are no longer available. However, it is not impossible and will get better after billions more people share their DNA and family tree's for ancestral research.
One other reason for the lack of matching DNA segments by end location number are mutations and the fact that what we inherit DNA segments from our thousands or more ancestors and it is constantly being recombined. We are not clones so we do not inherit the exact same DNA segments across the board from our parents, grandparents, and so on. Mapping out small centimorgan matches is easier because in that time period, many people married and had children in small communities or commonly married cousins. The resulting DNA becomes sticky and continues to show up many generations later. We need small centimorgan matches as well as larger centimorgan matches to show the lineal inheritance of specific DNA segments matching by end location number. For now, the smaller centimorgan matches in the database can be researched and compared to your "all matches" download from Family Tree DNA. The DNA segments are autosomal and a surname is used to find matches by end location number. Mapping out a female line is much trickier because mother's in the line are commonly known by either their husband or father's surname. When a male line dies out in a family, the female descendants can still carry the DNA segment: often the match will be to a more ancient line because it can be invisible, or show up in a grandchild. There are lots of variables so please join our group to find out more. Thank you for being a part of this project. Your participation is very important.
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Registered Members Enter your Findings in the Database and use the database to find or confirm ancestors, including famous ones!
Connect with other Members in our Facebook Group and collaborate on important ancestral research!
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Refer a friend or family member. They may be carrying the DNA of the Ancestor you are trying to confirm.
Chromosome Mapping of Ancient Bloodlines (c) Wanda M. Pierce 2016