Anecdotal evidence that ThruLines at AncestryDNA is still in the beta stage. It suggests that the mother of my ancestor Florence E. Butler is a woman named Ellosif “Ella” Lowry. Fine.

But then it goes on to tell me that none of the trees linked to my DNA matches have this relationship and that no Ancestry member trees have this relationship.

So where did ThruLines get it?

What sort of algorithm generates this as a suggested mother?

See our follow up to this post.




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