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    I1b M227 where is its origin



    Recently read articles by KN on rootsweb indicating the I1b M227 is as stated "purely eastern" but that less than 1% of slavs have it.
    The only eastern place i can find it is the old Prussian areas from gdansk to memel ( basically vistula delta as the core ) .
    Does this indicate the old baltic people ( prussians) or the germanic prussians.
    If germanic , then surely it came from the west.

    or do we go back further to the vistula goths

    http://varldsinbordeskriget.wordpres...ic-and-gothic/

    Any ideas or links would be helpful

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    It's on the same branch of I1 as the unusually Pomeranian I1*-P1 and I1*-P2 branches, as well as the Welsh outlier branch called AS4, all of which are suspected of being outside the Germanic spread that is normally associated with I1, although the apparently Germanic ML branch is also there with them, indicating that they probably didn't stray too far from the Germanic core.

    I'm not sure we know enough yet about I1-M227 to be entirely sure about it, but it looks promising to have expanded from east of the Germanic core area. As with all I1, we'll need to stay geographically to the North in our analysis of where it launched from. Since it currently has a distribution from Ukraine to Sweden, and into Lithuania, my best guess right now is a connection with what is now northern Poland. Nordtvedt gives it a TMRCA of 3000 YBP. I'm not sure yet what populations match that pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkey View Post
    It's on the same branch of I1 as the unusually Pomeranian I1*-P1 and I1*-P2 branches, as well as the Welsh outlier branch called AS4, all of which are suspected of being outside the Germanic spread that is normally associated with I1, although the apparently Germanic ML branch is also there with them, indicating that they probably didn't stray too far from the Germanic core.

    I'm not sure we know enough yet about I1-M227 to be entirely sure about it, but it looks promising to have expanded from east of the Germanic core area. As with all I1, we'll need to stay geographically to the North in our analysis of where it launched from. Since it currently has a distribution from Ukraine to Sweden, and into Lithuania, my best guess right now is a connection with what is now northern Poland. Nordtvedt gives it a TMRCA of 3000 YBP. I'm not sure yet what populations match that pattern.
    this is what KN said in July 2011
    The new set of FTDNA markers, 68 to 111, have proved quite productive in showing new unique marker values separating the clades and haplogroups of I

    M227+ I1b is a small haplogroup whose geographical center seems to be the eastern Baltic, although it is also found in other European places. The classic 2004 paper on haplogroup I by Rootsi et al found a decent number of M227+ because they sampled eastern Europe with unusual strength.

    It has proven difficult to recognize a haplotype of 67 markers as being a good candidate for I1b M227+ haplogroup, although there are some tendencies, such as 21 at DYS448 rather than 20, etc.

    Not everyone is going to do a M227 test to check for I1b status. Odds are probably too low of success.

    But if a few proven M227+ I1b would expand their haplotypes to 111 markers, maybe a couple new identifying marker values will show up in the 68-111 set? That would sure help us spot those in the huge I1 haplogroup who ought to test for M227 and with a higher success rate.


    The percentages from another site has in the baltic vistula area about 10%, thuringia augsburg area 5% and western slovenia 5%

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    I'm interested in this HG too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sile View Post
    M227+ I1b is a small haplogroup whose geographical center seems to be the eastern Baltic, although it is also found in other European places. The classic 2004 paper on haplogroup I by Rootsi et al found a decent number of M227+ because they sampled eastern Europe with unusual strength.
    I think the frequency reaches higher in the eastern Baltic, but note that Nordtvedt just calls it a "geographic center" rather than a launching point, or point of origin, or homeland, or anything like that. I don't think there's anything convincing yet to show that it spread from the eastern Baltic. Unfortunately, STR tree analyses like Robb's don't really show anything for I1b yet, AFAIK. Since its relative clades are all anchored west of it, and it extends into areas that have never had much Baltic migration into them (France, Switzerland, England), I think it's safer to assume that the higher frequency there is a result of an expansion that direction. So I'm still guessing the southern Baltic as a starting point.

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    Hello. I'm from Russia

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    molgen I1 M227

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    Hello. I had recently received results of I1b. I am having a hard time finding information on it as I well. If it helps any, or not, my great, great grandfather was born around 1841 and was Prussian/German. His wife had German ancestry and was descended from colonists in Hackenwalde, which is now Krepsko, Poland, near the north Germany/Poland border. It is thought that this is also where he was from, but it is uncertain, as he was Prussian military and probably moved around quite a bit and could had came from elsewhere. His/my surname consist of old norse or old saxon elements and origin from what I had read on websites all over.

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