14 thoughts on “native d9s919 order

  1. When one person pays for the DNA testing and another family member takes the test, who legally owns the results of the DNA testing? According to 23 & me, the person who performed the DNA testing has no rights to view their own DNA results unless the person who paid for the test allows them to view the DNA results. Is that correct?

  2. Hello i was told i have Cherokee blood in me from my grand parents and mother i don’t have much as of now but i want to know how to get get started how to get started on this to prove i have have native Indian blood

  3. My name Isabel Garcia I took a DNA with Ancestry 48% Natives AMERICAN and 23% of Iberian Peninsula I do not know what kind of lndian in my blood that was 4/15/2018

  4. Hi am Ed wade i took a DNA well the thing bypassed my mom and dad and my Grandparents then went into my Greatgrandmother her lines that brought my Peddigree to the Stevens (Stephens)and Craddock and i found more Craddock went into Claiborne butler and more. I was wondering if you can help more? I came out 99Percent Europe

  5. I AM A DECEDENT OF THE EASTERN CHEROEE, ONE OF MY GREAT GREAT
    GRANDMOTHERS WAS CHEROEE MARRIED INTO THE CARTER FAMILY, OF WHICH I UNDERSTAND WAS MAYBE ALSO CHEROKEE.
    I AM GOING TO HAVE MY DNA TESTED.
    THEN I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHEN THERE ARE GET TOGETHER S AND WHERE.

  6. Hello, my name is Sharliene. Idk if I’m going far with this but was hoping you might be able to help or lead me in a direction for answers. My Mother was adopted in Washington all of her records were sealed she as i was told was all native American. She today is dead and died when I was young. Her adopted parents are both dead as well. I’m trying to figure and find information about her adoption as an native american child so I can know more about my heritage. Can you help?

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