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  1. Thread: Hv0

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    Also - I see that V is most common in Iberia and...

    Also - I see that V is most common in Iberia and Scandinavia, with significant pockets in Northwest Africa. I see that it's evenly distributed at very low numbers around the rest of Europe. My direct...
  2. Thread: Hv0

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    Hv0

    Hey!

    My results on FTDNA simply say "HV".

    When I ran my RSRS values through http://dna.jameslick.com/mthap/ I came up with HV0 as my best match.

    Makes sense as I have marker 16298C.

    Are...
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    well put!!!!!!!

    well put!!!!!!!
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    # Population Percent 1 NE_European 52.04

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    Any recommendations what to use in Gedmatch? As...

    Any recommendations what to use in Gedmatch? As in which test/program....
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    My total mb is 19.70

    My total mb is 19.70
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    My problem w/ the results is just the opposite. I...

    My problem w/ the results is just the opposite. I have a decreased, not elevated, Scandinavian result. In other words, based on my recent ancestry, my Scandinavian result should be higher - among...
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    How accurate are FTDNA My Origins?

    Of my 8 great grandparents, 3 were British Isles, 2 were Scandinavian, 1 Italian and 1 German, and 1 English/German mix. This is all for certain.

    My Origins breakdown on FTDNA is:

    British Isles...
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    Are there theories on to WHEN L-21 originated?

    Are there theories on to WHEN L-21 originated?
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    Yes, this makes sense. I tested negative for DF21...

    Yes, this makes sense. I tested negative for DF21 and also negative for DF49>M222.
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    Original surname was Bauerlein (Beyerle).

    Original surname was Bauerlein (Beyerle).
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    L-21, RZ253 with paternal ancestry from Germany

    Hello

    I have a (mostly) documented family tree going back to Southwestern Germany in the state of Baden-W├╝rttemberg. My oldest direct paternal ancestor was born there in 1621.

    No Irish,...
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