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  1. Sticky: I ran them through Eurogenes K15, they both...

    I ran them through Eurogenes K15, they both scored overwhelmingly West Norwegian, big surprise. I'm guessing they're from early Medieval Norse. Unless there was later Norwegian immigration to...
  2. Sticky: Do you have any information on the two Orcadian...

    Do you have any information on the two Orcadian male samples? Dates/places? I score quite close to them on Gedmatch. Thank you
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    1. Gaulic Gladiator York (250 AD) (6.318) -...

    1. Gaulic Gladiator York (250 AD) (6.318) - 6DRIF-22 (Click for more info)
    2. Germano-Celtic Gladiator York (250 AD) (6.382) - 3DRIF-16 (Click for more info)
    3. Czech Velke Prilepy (0 AD) (6.431)...
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    https://mytrueancestry.com/c/image.py?&j=rmpx5jw2x...

    https://mytrueancestry.com/c/image.py?&j=rmpx5jw2xg&s=archPosted image yesterday, this morning gone. Sorry:shocked:
  5. Thread: Alemannic DNA

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    Great map. What time frame does it comprise?

    Great map. What time frame does it comprise?
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    "Explaining the greatness of Adolph Hitler,..." ...

    "Explaining the greatness of Adolph Hitler,..." Well, that must have been entertaining. I would like to see one of these loudmouths explain Hitler's "greatness" before an audience of older Poles or...
  7. A while back I was watching a Youtube series...

    A while back I was watching a Youtube series hosted by a young Norwegian lady giving instructions in the Norwegian language...Naturally she spoke fluent English. She briefly mentioned the concept, I...
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    R1a1a1>L-664>YP-943 Paper trail to England. ...

    R1a1a1>L-664>YP-943 Paper trail to England. Presumably a Germanic haplogroup, probably arrived with the Anglo-Saxons or Normans.
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    "Hell or High Water" with Jeffrey Bridges and...

    "Hell or High Water" with Jeffrey Bridges and Chris Pine, a 2018 modern Western set in West Texas..."Bone Tomahawk" with Kurt Russell and Patrick Wilson, a gothic Western set in Texas in the 1890's,...
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    I've got a bunch of Acadian ancestors, which...

    I've got a bunch of Acadian ancestors, which means largely Poitou-Charente, so I'd expect to see elevated Southern European levels, but no, only about 3%.
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    That would explain why my Great Britain...

    That would explain why my Great Britain percentage is so high, 76%, too much so in my opinion. Looks like that includes all my Norman ancestors.
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    That will be interesting. 25% of my ancestry...

    That will be interesting. 25% of my ancestry comes from western/northwestern France, through Canada, yet Ancestry gives me 3% European West. They recently updated my results and informed me that...
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    I have taken 23andMe, Ancestry, and Family Tree...

    I have taken 23andMe, Ancestry, and Family Tree tests, and have used the various results in several different calculators such as Gedmatch, GenePlaza, Gencove, and DNALand. I have gotten as many...
  14. Who developed this Calculator?

    Who developed this Calculator?
  15. Between Meaux and Chateau-Thierry, in north...

    Between Meaux and Chateau-Thierry, in north central France. About right, puts me between the North Sea and the Alps.
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    And after all that, the only thing I've learned...

    And after all that, the only thing I've learned is to trust your genealogical paper trail. DNA testing is good for finding cousins, and that's it. My experience with DNA testing and the divergent...
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    Genebase, 23andMe, Ancestry, FTDNA...Y-DNA is...

    Genebase, 23andMe, Ancestry, FTDNA...Y-DNA is R1a>L664>YP943, MtDNA is H4a1, have done Y-111 STRs, Big Y, Full Sequence MtDNA. For calculators have done GenePlaza, Gedmatch, Genecove, DNALand,...
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    Anything by Wardruna

    Anything by Wardruna
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    Poll: R1a1>L664>YP943

    R1a1>L664>YP943
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    I am HG H4a1, as determined by FTDNA. I have an...

    I am HG H4a1, as determined by FTDNA. I have an extensive family tree constructed , and my earliest documented maternal ancestor, the progenitor of my H4a1 line, is Perrine Reau, born c. 1611 in...
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    Requiescat in pace

    Requiescat in pace
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    Cousin, I looked over your results and your...

    Cousin, I looked over your results and your DYS19 reading is the same as mine. The late Dr. Kalik Wiik asserts that this reading is indicative of Norse ethnicity. I didn't see any reading for...
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    We (L-664) are an exclusive bunch...Not many of...

    We (L-664) are an exclusive bunch...Not many of us around. There's a group of them bunched in southwestern England, don't know if they have a common source or not. I show some STR markers that are...
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    Cousin, my position on the YFull tree is YP943,...

    Cousin, my position on the YFull tree is YP943, under L-664. Family Tree DNA lists me as YP5320, downstream from YP943, but the administrators at YFull disagree...I just go with YFull. I have only...
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    One of your ggrandfathers was L-664>S2852? ...

    One of your ggrandfathers was L-664>S2852? That's very close to my own L-664>S2857. German, you say?
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