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raspberry
19-03-17, 18:17
Hello, my mtdna is (probably) H2a2a1f. I am from the Near East. What are its origins? I saw in the familytreedna mtdna H group, that the carriers of the H2a2a haplogroup are mostly Europeans.

galdo
30-03-17, 20:33
Hey Raspberry!
I am also H2a2a1f, confirmed with LivingDna and James Lick Haplogroup Analysis. You are the first one I have found with my group :)
My mtdna line is from Wales, not sure before the 1800 though. From what I can find on it it's not that common a subclade and the mutation is no older than the 1300's (14th century) and that it is an ancestral haplogroup. So technically we should share the same ancestor of no later than the 14th century. Interesting! :)

galdo
30-03-17, 20:40
Later / earlier you know what I mean :D Basically the mutation happened around 1300. So we share a common ancestor maybe from the 1300's or maybe even the 1800's! Who knows :D Are you on Gedmatch? So we can compare and see if there is a DNA link.

raspberry
01-04-17, 15:42
You can PM me your gedmatch ID and I can check it. I used my Family Tree DNA autosomal file to see my clade of the haplogroup H. There were some errors (because the calculator is not made for FTdna raw data) but the calculator (James Lick´s) said that it is a good fit (and it was the best fit). Currently I am only tested positive for haplogroup H.

galdo
01-04-17, 20:12
Just sent you a PM

raspberry
03-04-17, 19:54
Just sent you a PM
I replied to your PM, but it looks like we do not share any CMs. Maybe I do not even belong to this haplogroup (or clade).. Anyway, I sent you also my Gedmatch Kit number, so you can also look it up.

kitbluee
27-11-17, 16:35
I replied to your PM, but it looks like we do not share any CMs. Maybe I do not even belong to this haplogroup (or clade).. Anyway, I sent you also my Gedmatch Kit number, so you can also look it up.
Hi, sorry to butt in, but I'm H2a2a1 and I have a lot of markers near Turkey/Armenia/Georgia and those countries, so you could still be :D

raspberry
10-12-17, 23:56
Hi, sorry to butt in, but I'm H2a2a1 and I have a lot of markers near Turkey/Armenia/Georgia and those countries, so you could still be :D
I am actually not sure at all, I am only tested positive for H so far. Maybe I am not even H2, who knows.

unorigional
16-12-17, 07:01
Hi, sorry to butt in, but I'm H2a2a1 and I have a lot of markers near Turkey/Armenia/Georgia and those countries, so you could still be :D

Hi Kitbluee, we've PM'd on Anthrogenica regarding the H2a2a1 haplogroup (I have an even more unoriginal username there! Sorry, bad joke). I signed up over here just to see what else is going on especially since the other site is down right now. Have you tried the K29 calculator on Geneplaza? That's the one that Kurd has been making. The revamp had an interesting result on my admixture. It gave me 8.6% Central Asian. That's about double what I have seen on any other calculator. I'll take that percentage with a grain of salt, but given what I know about his methods, that's probably real. Now, the interesting question is if that has anything to do with me being H2a2a1 or are these two separate mysteries.

unorigional
18-12-17, 22:51
I am actually not sure at all, I am only tested positive for H so far. Maybe I am not even H2, who knows.

I'm going to guess you dowloaded your genome since you have Gedmatch results listed from what it looks like. Did you try Lick's calculator? It's pretty good at telling you how certain it is that you belong to a specific haplogroup. And from what I saw, I agree with Kitbluee that h2 is much more eastern, covering eastern europe and central asia.

raspberry
19-12-17, 01:08
H2a2a is for sure a haplogroup of Near Eastern origin. See the peaks in the Near East (Southern Caucasus, Levant and parts of the Arabian Peninsula).
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-i2_xlGFiYxw/UR6F59mDDNI/AAAAAAAABFI/HP5WJTUZlF4/s1600/T2+Haplogroup.jpg
Note: this is not the describtion of my haplogroup, I found it on the Internet and again: I am only tested positive for haplogroup H so far.

Timora
18-01-18, 21:15
I used Dr. Lick's haplogroup calculator and got the same result: H2a2a1f. My maternal line were Vlachs/Aromanians from the Carpathian Mountains.

roberto1960
20-01-18, 20:24
I am Y R-Z43 MIT. H5F I am from Florence Tuscany italy

whisperit
06-09-18, 18:54
Hi I’m also H2a2a1f! I’ve completed FamilyTreeDNA 2years ago and only four MT matches to this haplogroup. I’m 50% Scot’s, Irish and Wales. 25% English 20% Iberian Peninsula competition with 5% Scandinavia. My brother’s yDNA Haplogroup R-A431 60% Scot’s, Irish, Wales. 30% English. 8% Iberian Peninsula. 2%East Europe. Looking forward to input from others!

nunofreiresilvameco
19-10-18, 04:45
Hello,

According to SNPedia, the mutation 263 is responsible for H2a2a placing. Mine´s H2a2a. On James Lick calculator its a perfect match, due to the 263 mutation. And i read on other site about mtDNA h2a2a is quite more eastern.
Quoting:

Haplogroup H2a2a is a branch on the maternal tree of human kind. Its age is between 5,000 and 9,100 years (Behar et al., 2012b).
National Geographic Geno 2.0 Text

Haplogroup: H2a2a
Age: To Be Determined
Origin: Central Asia
Blurb: This branch of your ancestors' journey was born in Central Asia. It spread westward from southern Central Asia to Europe and West Asia, where it is present at trace frequencies in most population groups.Today, this lineage is present most often in Denmark (2 percent), Norway (4 percent), and Northern Ireland (3 percent). It is also present in some Jewish Diaspora groups.I am Portuguese with sephardic ancestry (in most family sides) and recently discovered many criptojudaism practices and prayers on my mother´s side. So i think this is consistent with the mtDNA.

Next year i´ll test full genome at FTDNA in order to look for matches.

Cheers. Nuno