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  1. Poll: I have central heterochromia (blue with gold...

    I have central heterochromia (blue with gold center) as does my brother (full sibling) and my sister (adopted). My father had blue eyes and my mother had green eyes.
  2. I'm helping a Tejano (mostly Spanish, Mexican,...

    I'm helping a Tejano (mostly Spanish, Mexican, and Native American descent) friend with his genealogy and suggested that he take a DNA test to support his paper trail results. His y-DNA is E-M183, a...
  3. Thread: R-s4056

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    Another update: It appears that Family Tree...

    Another update:

    It appears that Family Tree DNA has upgraded my Big Y-500 test to the Big Y-700 test and matched me with another cousin who had recently taken the 700. My new terminal SNP is...
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    Same here. 23andMe confirmed me as H1 but nothing...

    Same here. 23andMe confirmed me as H1 but nothing more specific. I took the full sequencing at Family Tree DNA and came back as H1j3.
  5. Thread: R-s4056

    by HGMIVL
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    I just received my Big Y-500 results back and my...

    I just received my Big Y-500 results back and my terminal SNP is BY161104. I'm pretty sure this is of Dutch origin even though my paternal ancestors came to Pennsylvania from Baden.
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    It looks like my SNP--S4056--belongs to the Dutch...

    It looks like my SNP--S4056--belongs to the Dutch and Anglo-Saxon branch, which seems reasonable. My paternal ancestor came to Philadelphia from outside Karlsruhe, Baden, in 1751, which means my...
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    My y-DNA is R1b>U106>U198>S4056 as of my latest...

    My y-DNA is R1b>U106>U198>S4056 as of my latest SNP test (2016). (I just purchased the Big Y-500 to find my terminal SNP, so my final results will probably change.)

    According to Maciamo and his...
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    Thanks for sharing!

    Thanks for sharing!
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    One of my Tejano (Texans of Mexican descent)...

    One of my Tejano (Texans of Mexican descent) friends just tested as E-M183 which fits with his Spanish paternal line. I would think this y-DNA haplogroup would be rather rare in the British Isles,...
  10. I just had a friend who tested and he came back...

    I just had a friend who tested and he came back as R1b-L21. His paternal line and surname is Scottish - although his father says Irish - so I'm keen to learn a little more about this very common line...
  11. Thread: R-s4056

    by HGMIVL
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    Thanks for your reply! Certainly northern France...

    Thanks for your reply! Certainly northern France is within the same region as the North Sea coast, and it appears that perhaps it was common among the Saxons, Frisians, and perhaps Franks.
  12. Before I tested my DNA, I had taken an informal...

    Before I tested my DNA, I had taken an informal survey of surnames in my genealogical tree to determine basic - and highly unscientific - percentages of origins. As an American of early colonial...
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    Absolutely spot on. Elizabeth knew her own mind,...

    Absolutely spot on. Elizabeth knew her own mind, thank goodness. She truly deserves the appellation "the Great" after her name.
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    "Fish dishes prepared with sauces as well as...

    "Fish dishes prepared with sauces as well as various meat dishes were also eaten,” Korkut said.

    The famous Roman sauce "garum," more than likely. Thanks for sharing, Angela. Quite interesting.
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    "All this to say that single ancestors on a...

    "All this to say that single ancestors on a family tree do not contribute anything meaningful to one's genome after a few generations. The only ancestor that keeps contributing the same 1% of DNA...
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    Poll: My line is R1b-S4056, which is down the tree from...

    My line is R1b-S4056, which is down the tree from U106 and U198.
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    My previous FTDNA origins makeup was: 96%...

    My previous FTDNA origins makeup was:

    96% European
    54% British Isles
    23% Scandinavian
    19% Western and Central Europe

    2% East Central Africa
    2% Eastern Middle East
  18. Thread: R-s4056

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    Hello? Anybody? Is this thing on?

    Hello? Anybody? Is this thing on?
  19. Thread: R-s4056

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    R-s4056

    I haven't taken the Big Y test yet, but I have been confirmed by Family Tree DNA as positive for R-S4056, the DF93 downstream portion of R-U198. It appears to be most common in men of Rhenish German,...
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