Update on Zelotes Allen DNA


From a earlier post: We are about to find out – Cheryl Church has made contact with a Mr. Harold Hill and she connected us – after several emails and such he has agreed to do a DNA test to see if his Y-DNA numbers match my father’s thru ancestry.com – he even covered all cost of test to do it for us!Just got an email from him – test is done and on its way back to the lab! We will have our answers soon~ Coni
 9/3/13 UPDATE:
Harold has sent me his DNA results – there was confusion on the test we needed – Allen line – and due to his “Mother” being the Allen his test won’t be what we are needing – he is looking to his Mother’s Brother’s lines for us and seeing if any one would do a DNA for us~
I do have his results thou and will be comparing them to Dad’s this week~  

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