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grandpa broon
09-04-13, 17:26
I have recently done the mtdna ancestry test, which show that I am J1c. Where can I find more information on this? Thanks

Anthro-inclined
09-04-13, 20:18
This site has a wealth of info on J.
www.jogg.info/42/files/logan.htm
Heres the haplogroup page on eupedia.
www.eupedia.com/europe/origins_haplogroups_europe.shtml#mtDNA
Also this thread disscusses, post glacial Mtdna, which involves J.
www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/28418-MtDNA-J-amp-T-colonised-Europe-from-the-Near-East-in-the-late-Paleolithic-amp-Mesolithic
Hope this helps.

grandpa broon
10-04-13, 19:08
Thank you for posting the information, much appreciated

grandpa broon
10-04-13, 19:15
just saw on your profile you are in Toronto, lovely city

Cryptogenic
14-04-18, 23:28
Hello, a mtDNA test from Genographic shows that I am Jc2. Are there public domain tests/software to further elucidate subdivisions, e.g. j1c2a ?

Cryptogenic
14-04-18, 23:29
Typo: I mean j1c2 ...

Joey37
26-07-18, 19:57
There is the James Lick's mtDna subclade predictor. I am also J1c2, being J1c2b, a subclade apparently restricted to the British Isles, which is where my maternal line originates, County Waterford to be specific.

Cryptogenic
02-08-18, 10:12
Thanks Joey37 for the useful link! It is very insightful and a reminder that subclassification is not unique and far from simple. Genographic classified my mtdna haplotype as j1c2 and 23andme as mere j1. The James Lick's mtDna subclade predictor produced j1c as first option and j1c2 as one of three 2nd options. Subcategories were all at least rank 3 and in my view thus less reliable. This might be the best answer that is presently possible with current small samplesizes. It would be appreciated if the tool provided an indication of statistical reliability (p- or alpha-value) or the size of the sample or database). BTW: I can trace my maternal line to the late sixteenth century to the coastal area of Frisia. The Frisians are the sister clade of the Angles, Jutes, and Saxons - but this area was also ruled and settled by the Vikings in the 9th century similar to the Danelaw in England. Therefore my interest as mtdna to look far deeper in time as genealogical records allow.

Xisco
28-11-18, 19:27
Greetings, the mitochondrial DNA Haplogroup of my maternal line is Haplogroup J1C2o. We are from the island of Majorca, Spain.

Lenab
28-11-18, 19:30
Greetings, the mitochondrial DNA Haplogroup of my maternal line is Haplogroup J1C2o. We are from the island of Majorca, Spain.

Upload your results please

Xisco
28-11-18, 19:31
https://ddd.uab.cat/pub/tesis/2010/tdx-1222110-154949/ndv1de1.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3NN8DWgnjWOV889lg6gmfQ-XtVvQpZytRDuY7wTF3BmhKyywXFeZEF3JI

In this work the results of the analysis of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) of human remains 3 Necropolis (Son Real and S'illot des Porros, belonging to the Talayotic and Can Reiners period, from the late-Roman high-medieval period), located in the Bay of Alcudia, north of the island of Mallorca (Balearic archipelago).

Xisco
28-11-18, 19:37
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This is my mtDNA tree in FTDNA

Xisco
28-11-18, 19:46
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Certificate of my mtDNA results

Lenab
28-11-18, 19:52
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Certificate of my mtDNA results


Did you do GED match or gene plaza?

Lenab
28-11-18, 19:53
http://hellas2010.proboards.com/thread/247/lenas-genetic-results

Here is mine

Xisco
28-11-18, 19:59
Did you do GED match or gene plaza?

If I have the data uploaded to DedMatch

Lenab
28-11-18, 20:02
My GedMatch number is: T263270
You can cut and paste here the results

Xisco
28-11-18, 20:15
You can cut and paste here the results

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These are my results in Eurogenes K13 Admixture Proportions

Xisco
28-11-18, 20:22
My map of Exact Match mtDNA from FTDNA

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Lenab
28-11-18, 20:31
My map of Exact Match mtDNA from FTDNA

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Please cut and paste results the pictures are not working sweet

Lenab
28-11-18, 20:34
https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/46888782_2165880140398481_196653693351755776_n.jpg ?_nc_cat=104&_nc_ht=scontent-lhr3-1.xx&oh=bfc3cd7ee7d445ec15a4f6a99b654240&oe=5C646C7A

Xisco
28-11-18, 20:41
https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/46888782_2165880140398481_196653693351755776_n.jpg ?_nc_cat=104&_nc_ht=scontent-lhr3-1.xx&oh=bfc3cd7ee7d445ec15a4f6a99b654240&oe=5C646C7A


What calculator have you used?

Lenab
28-11-18, 20:49
I think the eurogenes one but I like the k36 more it says I am related to Greeks from Islands Greco Greeks some Balkan Slavics and Anatolians like Hittites

Xisco
28-11-18, 21:10
This is the map of the result proportions of my Eurogenes K36. I hope you see the picture.

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Lenab
28-11-18, 21:13
This is the map of the result proportions of my Eurogenes K36. I hope you see the picture.

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You have mainly Western European and Western Mediterranean heritage

Xisco
28-11-18, 21:19
You have mainly Western European and Western Mediterranean heritage

My last name of the paternal line says that it has its origin in France and my mother's surname is Franco-Germanic.

Lenab
28-11-18, 21:20
My last name of the paternal line says that it has its origin in France and my mother's surname is Franco-Germanic.
You most likely have a Frankish Gaul mix or a Frankish Goth mix whichever something along those lines from her.

Xisco
28-11-18, 21:34
You most likely have a Frankish Gaul mix or a Frankish Goth mix whichever something along those lines from her.

I have quite a genetic match of this area. Another thing is Y-DNA and mtDNA.


These are my results according to DNA.LAND

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Lenab
28-11-18, 22:22
I have quite a genetic match of this area. Another thing is Y-DNA and mtDNA.


These are my results according to DNA.LAND

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How much is dna land?

Xisco
28-11-18, 22:24
How much is dna land?

It is free, it has no cost.

https://dna.land/

Xisco
28-11-18, 22:35
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This image is also from my results DNA.LAND

Joey37
29-11-18, 01:04
You have numbers above 80 in your K36! My highest is 79, both in southern Germany.

Xisco
29-11-18, 15:02
You have numbers above 80 in your K36! My highest is 79, both in southern Germany.

If you have many points above 80.

Joey37
29-11-18, 15:20
I mean, in the map you posted. As an American of mixed European heritage, I don't match completely with any particular nationality. My closest matches with the highest numbers in the map associated with the K36 test are in the Celto-Germanic contact zone.

Xisco
29-11-18, 16:33
I mean, in the map you posted. As an American of mixed European heritage, I don't match completely with any particular nationality. My closest matches with the highest numbers in the map associated with the K36 test are in the Celto-Germanic contact zone.

Mine if it coincides in the places that I have ancestors and the highest is where I was born, my parents, my grandparents, my great grandparents, etc ...

silver bird
18-11-19, 22:43
Hi all great to read your thread, so helpful as I have only joined a couple of days ago you see!These are my MT DNA Haplogroup, J1c from my mother, This is enough for me to learn about as I do not know the other sub[glades?[ as yet! My highest percentage of DNA is 10 per cent from SLOVANIA I have been sent twenty one countries with smaller pecentage.way back to 16,000years ago, This is all so exiting for me hopefully you can help me sometimes eg ;Do you send mail with your ancestors names there on this site? I should like to chat with people of my lineage as far as possible .Best regards to all I am learning this slowly .My family tree was easier to follow than this I think.regards from Silverbird

New Englander
21-02-20, 17:40
J1c was isolated in the Balkans during the ice age and spread around right after with hunters. Not sure how it went from the Zegros into Europe and who they were exactly.

Carlos
23-02-20, 21:36
In Y full by mitochondrial DNA I am together with Spaniards one from Albania

halfalp
03-03-20, 19:58
Mtdna J1c came in Europe with Anatolian Farmers such as other J clades. It is not known where it came originally but likely and broadly the Middle-East. As for J1c in particular, it's found in all Europe, without any ethnic specifications. It was one of the main mtdna haplogroup of Starcevo-Cris early neolithic culture, so it spread everywhere.

Carlos
03-03-20, 22:20
Mtdna J1c came in Europe with Anatolian Farmers such as other J clades. It is not known where it came originally but likely and broadly the Middle-East. As for J1c in particular, it's found in all Europe, without any ethnic specifications. It was one of the main mtdna haplogroup of Starcevo-Cris early neolithic culture, so it spread everywhere.

Probably but a study on the Cantabrian ledge says that mitochondrial J1c was already in the Paleolithic.


Genetic markers of European recolonization


The study has confirmed the importance of the H1 and V lineages - the most abundant in the sample of analyzed individuals - as genetic markers of postglacial recolonization from the shelters of southwest Europe. Likewise, the study data show that the subhaplogroups T2b, J1c and U5b constitute 'well-preserved paleolithic maternal lineages' up to the present and with relevant frequencies in the area of the Franco-Cantabrian refuge, which is why their inclusion in future dedicated studies is suggested to the search for genetic traces of the postglacial repopulation of Europe and to the evaluation of the impact of this demographic fact on the modeling of the genetic heritage of contemporary European populations.

https://www.agenciasinc.es/Noticias/Un-estudio-confirma-la-importancia-de-los-linajes-de-la-cornisa-cantabrica-en-el-mapa-genetico-de-Europa