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Nasturtium
01-07-11, 15:53
I've been threatening to do this for a long time, and now I've done it. I created an interactive Google Spreadsheet to track the subclades of J. Please add yourself and list the ancestral homeland of your oldest maternal line ancestor - I'd like to limit the colonies (US, Canada, etc) if possible but if it's all you've got, go ahead. Anyone can edit it, so if you need to add a column for a subclade I don't have listed, do it. I just ask that you do it in a logical manner so that that it flows by each new mutation. As we collect data, I will add pivot tables to chart the results. Thanks!

https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AqARKoDx3EVHdGJkd3ptRVhDSll2WHFocmg0SU0ta UE&hl=en_US

Here is a compilation of J's in the world I did based on a study released last year:
https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AqARKoDx3EVHdDd2WGN2UnB2WG95d1QtZktweXdSQ Xc&hl=en_US&authkey=CITr4sMO

Carlitos
01-07-11, 22:03
Is it to DNA Y or also mitochondrial DNA?

Nasturtium
01-07-11, 22:44
Strictly mitochondrial J's, thanks.

Carlitos
02-07-11, 15:23
Thanks, although I did test at 37, with the prediction I'm definitely sent J possessing mutations: 16069T, 295T, 489C

FBS
11-10-12, 16:35
Hi Nasturtium, I'm J1c3 (according to 23andme). As you can see I am from Kosovo, Albanian. Still have not found out how did J1c3 end up in my family.

grandpa broon
09-04-13, 17:36
I'm J1c, and I live in Scotland

adamo
02-05-13, 11:57
Mtdna J is found at its highest frequencies 25 or so%) in the Fertile Crescent ( northern Middle East.) then a 20% coat of J extends across much of the Arabian peninsula, and parts of extreme western Iran and the Caucasus. Oddly enough, this 15-20% coat also extends into parts of east and west Central Europe, affecting countries such as Romania, Ukraine, Hungary, Slovakia, parts of extreme south-western Russia, Poland, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Austria parts of Bulgaria. Then a weaker 10-15% zone spreads across the extreme southern Arabian peninsula, most of Iran, and in Europe this between 10-15% of females affects Denmark, Macedonia, Croatia, Bosnia Herzegovina much of central England.by the time we reach the entirety of Italy and central France, levels drop to a definite 10%. Past central France ( Spain, Portugal) levels start to drop to 5% and less. J is found from the Arabian peninsula as Far East as the Indus Valley and all the way to eastern and Northern Europe. It is a signature of the Neolithic period (movement took place 10,000 years ago). The highest diversity for hg J is in the Middle East, indicating a point of origin there.

Grubbe
12-05-13, 15:00
My father is J1c2. As you can see from the Norway project's result page, there are now quite a few J1c's http://www.familytreedna.com/public/Norway/default.aspx?section=mtresults Right now about 9 % of the testers are found to be J or one of the subclades. About 80 % of J are J1 and subclades.

Abixu
11-03-18, 12:56
Mtdna J1c3 i am from Moldavia-Romania.

Carlos
15-03-18, 16:42
Grazalema, Andalusia Spain but all my genetic matches are from Álava, Guipuzcoa, Navarra, Aragón, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and England, except for one match in the Guadalquivir valley and another in a town in Granada, but it is a population that suffered a strong repopulation from the north of Spain after the expulsions of Moriscos, I also learned that Grazalema (Cádiz) was repopulated with people from the province of Seville.

What I do not understand is that with the Spanish matches it is 12 chromosomes and with the matches of the British Isles to 37 chromosomes, since the test I have it to 37, probably when it increases to 67 I get even more genetic closeness.

Joey37
14-06-18, 01:27
J1c2b, maternal line origin in County Waterford, Ireland. It was there for many many years until great-great-grandmother Nellie Ryan shipped up to Boston in the 1890s, having 13 children, spreading her mitochondria all over New England, where I was born and live to this day. She might have even spoken Gaelic, as her birth certificate was bilingual in English and Irish Gaelic.

Yaan
14-06-18, 11:23
My Maternal Grandpa J1c-C16261T from Bulgaria :)

Dinko
17-07-18, 18:47
I am Kosovar Albanian, and J1C2e is my fathers MTDNA.. (lots of Croatian MTDNA matches)
J1c5c is my own MTDNA with only one Greek match.
Full MTDNA sequence with FTDNA.

Moonmaiden
28-09-18, 22:42
J1c5 born and bred in England

halfalp
28-09-18, 23:17
J1c5a here from Switzerland, Mother is originally from Eastern Germany ( Dresden ). Hey Moonmaiden!

ElleMort
05-12-18, 14:50
I'm J1c5a and my mother line is from the West Country of England for many generations.

mophousyu
31-05-19, 16:23
They come from middle east,

New Englander
03-06-19, 16:37
J1c8 from British Isles or France, from Maine but the maternal surname Currier (5 gens back) sound French

Ghostface
18-06-19, 12:58
Hi all. I'm a straight J. No further subclades. Can't find any info on other representetives. Seems like this haplogroup is almost extinct.

FEDERI
06-08-19, 15:03
Decent, need to accomplish something like this with mine.

Tamakore
14-09-19, 11:15
I'm J1c3b2 and my maternal line ancestor seven generations back was born in central London around 1777. She had a typically English name and gave her children Anglican baptisms, suggesting that her English ethnicity went further back.

silver bird
17-11-19, 01:50
Hi Just accidently got here.. newie I am. I am from the J1C group Maternal. and Paternal E-V13-and2JBI Going back 16,500years so much to occupy my mind with ...fascinating stuff I luv it must come back here soon. regards to all, PS Also Adamo you have some of my lineage there thank you Silverbird

silver bird
17-11-19, 02:20
Hi Grandpa Broon hopefully you have a good ol Scottish sense of humour as patience is needed to correspond with me.I have my lineage way back when...If you browse back to ADAMO message on this board here you will see my heritage -DNA there well most of it...I go back hundreds of years and are exited to find my ancestors /relations from everywhere haha are you? regards from Silverbird

silver bird
17-11-19, 02:24
Gee Nasturtiam that is so great..I will get there later thanking you from Silverbird

Krum
21-11-19, 23:16
Bulgaria, My mother's group J1c-C16261T
J1c-C16261T

frank56
14-05-20, 18:12
Hello I am J1b3a my maternal ancestor lived in Belgium 1688.

Suzana
08-07-20, 19:21
I'm J1c6A and my maternal grandmother was from Portugal.

Empereux
19-11-20, 16:13
I am just J1. My mother's family come from Andalusia.