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Whether you’re new to genetealogy or an old pro, we hope you’ll find this list of resources useful. These are some of the links we find ourselves returning to again and again – our tried and true bookmarks. If you have any you’d like to suggest, please select the appropriate category and use the Submit New Link option.

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Genetealogy Resources >> Genetealogy-Related Databases
If you have results and want to check for possible matches and additional insight, these databases will help. Only public access ones are listed here. Note - most testing companies have proprietary databases for the use of their customers.

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MitoSearch
Family Tree DNA's database for those interested in sharing and searching mtDNA results. Open to customers of all testing companies.
Added: Oct 4, 2004   Hits: 450

Mitochondrial DNA Concordance
Lists several thousand mtDNA patterns reported in the literature up until 1998
Added: Sep 29, 2004   Hits: 423

Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation
The foundation’s site for sharing data gathered in the course of its ambitious study. While you can’t upload your DNA results, you can search for haplotype-mates and sometimes view connected genealogical data.
Added: Sep 25, 2004   Hits: 538

Family Tree DNA’s Ysearch
The most heavily populated of the public access databases designed specifically for genetealogists. Allows you to enter and search results (regardless of testing company) and upload GEDCOMs.
Added: Sep 25, 2004   Hits: 624

DNA Heritage’s Ybase
The first public access database designed specifically for genetealogists. Allows you to enter and search results, regardless of which testing company you use.
Added: Sep 25, 2004   Hits: 484

Y Chromosome Haplotype Reference Database
Developed for scientists, but genealogists discovered it back when no other databases existed. Allows you to enter your Y-DNA results and look for geographical origins of haplotype-mates around the world.
Added: Sep 25, 2004   Hits: 542



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