Use matches with the other chromosomes to estimate distance to a connection. Jack Use these charts from Blaine Bettinger's blog to see the X inheritance pattern, and then compare surnames, locations and family trees to see if you can find the common ancestor: If I am incorrect in the above, I hope someone will chime in with a better answer. I just had the 23and Me criteria saved, so posted them. These seemed useful, as they break it down by m-m, m-f and f-f matching on the X chromosome.
Autosomal results for male to male are as follows 1. I am of the opinion that most of these segments are too small to pay much attention to. If you have already established a decent match on chr 1-22, then I would include these as possible additional confirmation.
But if this is your primary match, you are risking basing conclusions on segments derived from misleading compound X segments, particularly on the last 4.
Your first three are male to male, and also a bit larger so maybe you can justify something there.
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