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    Actor Chris Pine seems to be I1-A13819. He is a...

    Actor Chris Pine seems to be I1-A13819. He is a direct male line descendant of James Pyne Sr !

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Pine
    https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Pine?iframe=yresults...
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    Sticky: I think I found the first I-L160 ones, not...

    I think I found the first I-L160 ones, not terribly famous, but it's something:

    http://morrisondna.x10.bz/holmes/HolmesDNAProject.htm
    https://holmesgenealogy.wordpress.com/
    ...
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    Sticky: What about adding the Barclay clan to the noble...

    What about adding the Barclay clan to the noble families section ? Most participiants with the actual Barclay surname tested I-L160, their TMRCA/Haplogroup fits the clan history (norman ancestry)....
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    Sticky: Unfortunately I don't have the STRs. I just saw...

    Unfortunately I don't have the STRs. I just saw I-M223 predicted (the stoessel link):

    http://i.imgur.com/FtclRU8.jpg

    FTDNAs predictions are normally accurate. It would also match Verhuells...
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    Sticky: Seems like we got our first king ! Descendants of...

    Seems like we got our first king ! Descendants of Napoleon III. tested for I-M170 and are presumably I-M223. Apparently a NPE occured in the Bonaparte line. The best candidate is...
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    The most basal forms of M26 are found in Germany...

    The most basal forms of M26 are found in Germany (2nd most basal in France/British Isles) as far as I know. Most spanish samples fall under downstream clades and I really doubt that M26 had a spanish...
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    You are right in a way, but especially for...

    You are right in a way, but especially for Portugal it's helpful in my opinion. I'd suggest using the weighted average for Spain:
    Andalusia: (n=805) : 1,92%
    Castile: (n=373) : 2,15%
    Basque Co.:...
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    I disagree a bit with your percentages on the...

    I disagree a bit with your percentages on the iberian peninsula. Iberian Roots with a sample size of more than 2400 has listed the following:
    Navarre (Spain): 9.09%
    Aragon (Spain): 5.33%
    Catalonia...
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    Sticky: Yes, i am. M26+ L160+ PF4088+ and negative for...

    Yes, i am. M26+ L160+ PF4088+ and negative for everything downstream known yet.
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    Totally agree, but with a rare subgroup you also...

    Totally agree, but with a rare subgroup you also won't find a lot.
    That's what I get, not very informative:

    Haplogroup Origins:

    12 Marker

    GENETIC DISTANCE - 1
    Haplogroup Country ...
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    Sticky: You're probably right, there is like 4-5% I-M26...

    You're probably right, there is like 4-5% I-M26 in Normandy but the Jeffords sample doesn't match them very closely. Still weird that he uses 2 different ancestors. About the cluster i'm skeptical,...
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    Sticky: ->Giffard (can't post links excuse me, but...

    ->Giffard (can't post links excuse me, but there's a site on wikipedia)

    Seems like all these people have a common ancestor called Robert Gifford/Giffard who was born in 1096.
    One descendant has...
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    Proof ? Source ? Sense ? Logic ? Study ?...

    Proof ? Source ? Sense ? Logic ? Study ? Scientific Facts ?
  14. I think you got it wrong, the reason why I people...

    I think you got it wrong, the reason why I people were a small population when the IE arrived was their hunter gatherer origin. Most of their clades adopted farming, but their initial population was...
  15. There isn't any evidence for a war or conquest....

    There isn't any evidence for a war or conquest. There are far more logical reasons why R1b is the dominant lineage in some parts of europe. The indigenous population of europe was fairly small like...
  16. For some reason i can't read the whole article....

    For some reason i can't read the whole article. Can someone provide information about the SNPs they tested for I-L160 ? Did they only test L160 or also SNPs below L160. Would be highly interesting to...
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    Sticky: Hello, According to Michael R. Maglio, Myles...

    Hello,
    According to Michael R. Maglio, Myles Standish was I2a (I'm not able to post links but visit his website originhunters dot blospot dot de ,its on the first page). I'm still looking for a dna...
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