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Sinho
23-08-18, 15:37
Hello everybody!
I did a 23andMe DNA test and the results were: paternal haplogroups: A, AO-T-L1085, A1-P305, A1b-P108, BT-M42, CT-M168, CF-P143, F-M89, GHIJK-M3658, HIJK-M578, IJK-L15, IJ-M429, I-M170, I-M438, I-L460, I-P37.2, I-M423, I-L621, I-CTS10936, I-CTS5966, I-S17250
Maternal haplogroups: L, L1-6, L2-6, L2_3_4_6, L3_4_6, L3_4, L3, N, R, R2'JT, JT, J, J1
I do not know how to get an ethnic group of this results, thanks for your help.
Kind regards

JajarBingan
24-08-18, 00:44
I do not know how to get an ethnic group of this results, thanks for your help.


Your ethnic group is what your parents identified as.

But if you are asking about your Y-DNA then these 2 sites will be useful:
http://blog.vayda.pl/en/i2a-dinaric-subclade-y3120-2/
http://i2aproject.blogspot.com/

Sinho
24-08-18, 01:40
And what if I was adopted?
But thank you for your help tho :)

JajarBingan
24-08-18, 10:32
And what if I was adopted?
But thank you for your help tho :)

It will be hard, but not impossible. You'll need to download your 23andme raw data and ask for a report from http://www.lm-genetics.ovh

Sinho
24-08-18, 12:58
Thank you very much mate :)

Vlad82
24-08-18, 20:11
Hello everybody!
I did a 23andMe DNA test and the results were: paternal haplogroups: A, AO-T-L1085, A1-P305, A1b-P108, BT-M42, CT-M168, CF-P143, F-M89, GHIJK-M3658, HIJK-M578, IJK-L15, IJ-M429, I-M170, I-M438, I-L460, I-P37.2, I-M423, I-L621, I-CTS10936, I-CTS5966, I-S17250
Maternal haplogroups: L, L1-6, L2-6, L2_3_4_6, L3_4_6, L3_4, L3, N, R, R2'JT, JT, J, J1
I do not know how to get an ethnic group of this results, thanks for your help.
Kind regards

Do you know where your paternal line come from?

hrvat22
26-08-18, 20:23
Sinho (https://www.eupedia.com/forum/members/59588-Sinho)


I-S17250

Branch is strong in the Balkans, possible Croatian ancestor or southern Poland and Carpathian region, when you get results behind I-S17250 then we will be smarter, but and then there is still much work to reveal source of your male ancestors. To discover a truth you have to do research all the way to the recent mutations or until the time of Balkan migration(Turkish invasion) and that's about 10-12 mutations behind I-S17250.


https://yfull.com/tree/I-S17250/

https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/31539-Genetics-confirm-migration-of-White-Croats-to-Croatia

What is interesting for now is that this branch probably belongs to White Croatian tribe.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Croats

Sinho
27-08-18, 00:30
Hvala :), so that means I can be a White Croat?

hrvat22
27-08-18, 08:54
Hvala :), so that means I can be a White Croat?

Your male ancestor before 2000 years ago was originally White Croatian or that mutation S17250, maybe someone with that mutation came to Croatia and lives there a thousand years and three hundred years ago he comes to Hungary so these young mutations behind S17250 can be Croatian, but maybe someone has stayed in Hungary in the first migrations to the Balkans from White Croatia and these later mutations can not be Croatian but White Croatian and Hungarian, maybe someone with that mutation came from Bulgaria, Greek etc to Hungary. There are many options but you are originally in the male line White Croatian or you have White Croatian ancestor. These people with mutation S17250 migrated all the way to Greece so in the future when you explore your Y haplotype you will see where these ancestors lived in Europe. I do not know history of your family so you have to investigate it yourself.

Sinho
28-08-18, 01:42
Thank you mate :)

jkanters
02-09-18, 19:20
23&me is not the best place to test for genealogical purposes. If You are adopted and want to know more I would recommend ftdna.com

Vlad82
04-09-18, 09:22
23&me is not the best place to test for genealogical purposes. If You are adopted and want to know more I would recommend ftdna.com

You are right, FTDna is better. They have the largest database in the world and it is possible to order several advanced Y-dna test.
It is allowed to transfer autosomal data, to unlock all Family Finder features costs $19:
https://www.familytreedna.com/autosomal-transfer