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    It is fairly easy to post the results of DNA...

    It is fairly easy to post the results of DNA tests. Harder to prove the origin of the DNA in terms of a family tree. The research mentioned in my response above should explain.
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    It is easy to make claims, as the author of the...

    It is easy to make claims, as the author of the FTDNA Hamilton project. But without family trees, and actual DNA connection shown, the claims are unconvincing. This has already been explained in the...
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    Yes, many tested with the BigY for the results on...

    Yes, many tested with the BigY for the results on FTDNA project. Many tested I1. The Douglas family was I1. The essence of the discussion concerning the Hamilton line is centered on the marriage of...
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    Sticky: The Hamilton family Y-DNA is probably R1b and...

    The Hamilton family Y-DNA is probably R1b and not Haplogroup I.
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    Sticky: Alexander Hamilton was probably not a descendant...

    Alexander Hamilton was probably not a descendant of the Hamiltons. The Hamiltons are probably R1b1a
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    The Hamilton DNA Project Prepared by Gordon...

    The Hamilton DNA Project Prepared by Gordon "Hamilton", Project Coordinator has some flaws. Alexander Hamilton (signer of the US Constitution) was probably not a descendant of the Hamiltons.
    Here...
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