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John Doe
18-04-16, 19:58
Have been confirmed by FTDNA as E-Z827, ordered the E-Z827 downstream pack, in the meanwhile have been told I may belong to a branch of PF1975. I have been wondering, if its source/origin is known and its frequency among populations also known?

Maleth
19-04-16, 09:45
Congratulations. It always feels good to have a haplotype confirmed. Am I right to say that this is further downstream to E-M81?. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_E-Z827#E-M81

John Doe
22-04-16, 16:18
Congratulations. It always feels good to have a haplotype confirmed. Am I right to say that this is further downstream to E-M81?. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_E-Z827#E-M81
Have just been confirmed PF1975. I believe it's downstream of Z830, so I don't think it's downstream of E-M81.

Maleth
22-04-16, 19:04
Have just been confirmed PF1975. I believe it's downstream of Z830, so I don't think it's downstream of E-M81.

Interesting. I have to become familiar and catch up with these new subclades or ones Im not familiar with, their sequences time frames and journeys.

Dinarid
14-06-16, 02:42
I looked this particular subclade on Google, and it seems that all the results go to FTDNA or to people on forums asking about it. Also, every result I saw was Ashkenazi Jewish, so perhaps the mutation occurred among Ashkenazi Jews.

DaveCushing
22-06-16, 01:18
ISOGG 2016, as of May 16, 2016, has taken anything downstream of E1b1b1b-2, including PF 1975, which would be E1b1b1b-2b or something similar, off line for tree investigation, to clarify the fine points of the tree.

Here's some older write-ups about the E1b1b1b-2a (=M123); the sister group according to ftDNA's clades to your PF 1975=E1b1b1b-2b.
Won't let me post links; Google E-M123!

Loran
19-02-19, 21:35
Hi,
I am E-PF1975 as well.

E1b1b1b2a1a1a1a1e1a4
21-03-19, 09:22
Add your result to Yfull.com

HarryRussell
28-09-19, 22:07
nice historical material on this forum page