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ericrdpilot
04-10-14, 05:52
A Clovis burial was found in Western Montana in the US a few years ago that was dated back to 13000BP. A DNA genome was done on the burial child and the haplogroup was found to be Q1a3a. The results were compared to available modern DNA samples from various testing companies. [23 and Me., Family Tree , Ancestry.com ect] A total of 15 matches were found with most of the MT DNA being A2, B2 D1,and C1. The Y DNA matches were all Q1a3a, except one, which was R-M269. Any theories or speculation on this on this?

RobertColumbia
15-04-15, 20:41
A Clovis burial was found in Western Montana in the US a few years ago that was dated back to 13000BP. A DNA genome was done on the burial child and the haplogroup was found to be Q1a3a. The results were compared to available modern DNA samples from various testing companies. [23 and Me., Family Tree , Ancestry.com ect] A total of 15 matches were found with most of the MT DNA being A2, B2 D1,and C1. The Y DNA matches were all Q1a3a, except one, which was R-M269. Any theories or speculation on this on this?

It's probably an error in testing or an error in identification. The R-M269 could be an Anglo who went west in the 1800's and whose bones got accidentally mixed into an ancient burial site.

Barquero
02-01-16, 14:52
Hi folks!
I take this post to resolve a question... I think my genetic matches are very unusually in my haplogroup (R1b):
393=13
390=24
19=/
391=12
385a=10
385b=15
426=12
388=12
439=12
389I=13
392=13
389II=29
458=17
437=15
448=19
H4=12
456=15
576=19
570=17
438=12
635=23
481=23
533=13
549=13
643=10
Can anyone tell me what is my R1b-subclade?
Thanks and Happy New Year!