The other twenty DNA files that I uploaded to My Heritage have processed after a week.
My own kit processed first within two days, showing a close match in the second to third cousin range. After the files of my parents were processed, this mystery cousin showed up in my father's matches with around the same amount of shared DNA as I share with this person.
Now that I know the match comes from my father's side, I have better direction. I built out this cousin's family tree, but I do not see the connection yet. I sent follow-up inmail to the administrator of the account, but have not heard back.
We need to see where the shared segments of DNA fall on my father's genome. There may already be identified ancestors. This cousin does not appear in the matches of the cousins I uploaded, but that does not mean that the match is not through one of those branches.
My paternal aunt has a possible promising match not shared by the other siblings: 110 cM total, with the longest segment 79 cM. Again, without a chromosome browser, I can't rely on these numbers.
My mother has a match in the second to third cousin range. I don't recognize him from any other other testing companies. Let's hope he answers my inmail.
My mother has the most matches of anyone I uploaded- just under 100 matches. She has thousands of matches at the other three main testing companies: 23andMe, Family Tree DNA, and Ancestry.com.
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