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Old 27-07-22, 07:33
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When I did my Ancestry DNA years ago, I was able to download the results and save them in my docs on my computer.
I just got my husband’s results today and when I clicked on them they went straight to his Ancestry account, but I can’t find anywhere to download the results from.

Can anyone help please? I want to run them through a health program. With mine I just got the program, Livewello, and uploaded my results. Now I have no idea where to upload his from???
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Old 27-07-22, 08:05
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Think I sorted it……You can stand down but not too far away……lol
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Old 27-07-22, 20:34
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Of course, as anyone here would expect, the Ariel side is interesting.
Lawrie’s closest match is someone we have never heard of…….lol
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Of course, as anyone here would expect, the Ariel side is interesting.
Lawrie’s closest match is someone we have never heard of…….lol
Any chance of doing a little research on them?

Probably someone who - joined last week, has no tree, won't answer messages, only did DNA to find their ethnicity, has no details on their ancestry account, can't be found on Facebook.
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Any chance of doing a little research on them?

Probably someone who - joined last week, has no tree, won't answer messages, only did DNA to find their ethnicity, has no details on their ancestry account, can't be found on Facebook.
I am in the background. I presume he is still alive, having his dna on Ancestry.
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I am in the background. I presume he is still alive, having his dna on Ancestry.
My late aunt's DNA is on Ancestry. I suspect there are thousands of defunct accounts and it's not in Ancestry's interests to remove them.
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My late aunt's DNA is on Ancestry. I suspect there are thousands of defunct accounts and it's not in Ancestry's interests to remove them.
My Dad's DNA is still there, even though he passed away some time ago. I manage the account and he has many more DNA matches than I do, so I don't want to delete it.

A couple of his matches are second cousins and I suspect they have passed away or are not available to be on Ancestry, as they don't answer messages anymore.

I think I will leave my Ancestry password with my daughters and instructions to delete their grandparents and parents DNA, especially if they are not interested in doing anything with it. They can also delete all the family trees if they want, but maybe just leave the simple tree that their own DNA is attached to.
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