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Testing for ancestral DNA is quite simple and painless - a simple swab inside the cheek with a Q-tip does the trick (three is the usual number, just to ensure a good swab). Then it is mailed to the testing lab. In our case, the Edgar DNA Project, we use Ancestry.com and the lab work is done by Sorenson Genomics ofSalt Lake City, Utah.
When the analysis is complete, the result are emailed to the sponsor (could be a female who sends in her brother's, father's, cousin's DNA - but it must be a male submitter). They could also be posted to a family group site on the DNA.Ancestry.com site. These sites are password protected.
The test is for the Y chromosome, so it has to be from a male of the Edgar line. We have over 80 tests completed or in the process right now and we have had amazing results finding and connecting to Edgar people worldwide.
Contact myself or Steve Edgar "steve-edgar at sky.com" [replace "at" with "@" (no spaces) - this to confuse spambots] My email address is "jamesedgar at sasktel.net"