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In this exercise this is a family tree that needs to be generated. you can make up names first names and for the last name use Gathers. For my name you can use Saisha Fulmore. all instructions are below please if you have any questions feel free to ask.
This project helps evaluate your understanding of X-DNA, including the unique inheritance pattern of X-DNA.
This is an individual project followed by a series of questions. Generate an X-DNA chart as described below, and then answer the following questions using that chart.
Instructions: Generate a chart showing your X-DNA ancestors. You can do this by hand using X-DNA Inheritance charts (Word or PDF) available at:
Wayne, Debbie Parker. “X-DNA Inheritance Charts (Links to an external site.).” Deb’s Delvings in Genealogy. Retrieved from: http://debsdelvings.blogspot.com/search/label/X-DN… : 2013.
Alternatively, you can generate these charts using a GEDCOM generated by your family tree software (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GEDCOM (Links to an external site.) for more information about GEDCOMs) at the following site:
GedTree. https://gedtree.com/create/ (Links to an external site.) : 2017.
GedTree has free X-DNA charts for males and females that require a GEDCOM.
Question #1: At the 7th generation (your 4th Great-Grandparents, which is the last generation in Wayne’s charts and the second-to-last generation in the GedTree charts), how many X-DNA ancestors do you have?
Question #2: At the 7th generation, how many X-DNA ancestors do you have any information for (including as little as a possible first name)?
Question #3: Choose one of your brick wall X-DNA ancestors and provide a short summary as to how you might use traditional evidence and/or DNA evidence to analyze that ancestor and break through the brick wall.
Compose your work in a .doc or .docx file type using a word processor (such as Microsoft Word, etc.) and save it frequently to your computer. For those assignments that are not written essays and require uploading images or PowerPoint slides, please follow uploading guidelines provided by your instructor.
Check your work and correct any spelling or grammatical errors. When you are ready to submit your work, click “Submit Assignment” in the upper right corner. Click on “Browse,” browse your computer, and select your file. Click “Open” and verify the correct file name has appeared next to the Browse button. Enter your comments, if any, in the Comments area. Click on “Submit Assignment.”