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  1. Here are the R1b clades deeper than P312 from the...

    Here are the R1b clades deeper than P312 from the paper:


    Sample ID
    Location
    Age
    Haplogroup
  2. That's odd. Earlier today there were no Excel...

    That's odd. Earlier today there were no Excel files in the Supporting Information. Now they show up. I can finally find answers to y questions.

    1) Regarding E1b samples, there are:

    - 4 of the...
  3. Yes, I saw that. But there is no data about the...

    Yes, I saw that. But there is no data about the Y-DNA. It's usually in an Excel file listing the samples with their location, age and detailed haplogroup clade. It would be great if someone had...
  4. Wow! That's one of the most surprising study in...

    Wow! That's one of the most surprising study in the last few years. I haven't checked the paper yet. (its behind a paywall - does anybody have it?) From what you posted there are a few things that...
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    Sticky: British actor Colin Firth...

    British actor Colin Firth descends from the Firth of West Yorkshire, England, who, according to the Firth DNA Project belong to I2a2b-L38> S2606>PH1237.
    ...
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    Tom Cruise's oldest known patrilineal ancestor is...

    Tom Cruise's oldest known patrilineal ancestor is Thomas O'Mara (1834-1894) from Kentucky. Cruise is his wife's surname. There are a few O'Mara on FTDNA and all are R1b-L21 - like 90% of Irish men....
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    That's why I haven't added Goethe to the list of...

    That's why I haven't added Goethe to the list of famous Y-DNA yet. I am waiting for more confirmation. The tested person might nevertheless descend from a cousin of Goethe.
  8. Thomas Edison probably belonged to haplogroup R1b-L151>S1194>S1200

    The great American inventor Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931) appears to have belonged to R1b-L151>S1194>S1200>S14328>SZ5489>Y28597>S10242
    according to the Edison Y-DNA project (lineage 1). He is...
  9. The Lee family of Virginia and Maryland belongs to haplogroup I1

    The Lee family descended from Richard Lee I (1617–1664), who emigrated from Shropshire, England to Virginia, played an important role in American history. Based on the results from the
    Lee Surname...
  10. The Randolph family of Virginia belongs to R1b-P312>Z39300

    The influential Randolph family of Virginia belongs to R1b-P312>Z39300 (aka PH2278) based on the results from the Randolph/Randall/Randle/Randol Surname Group (Albemarle County group). The family...
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    I have just added Benjamin Franklin...

    I have just added Benjamin Franklin.
  12. Benjamin Franklin probably belonged to haplogroup R1b-U106

    Benjamin Franklin, a polymath and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, whose head has featured on the $100 bills since 1914, is a probable member of haplogroup R1b-U106>Z18>DF95...
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    That's the problem with descendant testing going...

    That's the problem with descendant testing going back many centuries. There are two groups of Hoover/Huber from Switzerland sharing the same ancestor in the FTDNA project. The majority is I1. The...
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    None of the presidents were personally tested....

    None of the presidents were personally tested. All are predictions based on tested cousins descending from a common shared ancestor, so there is always the possibility of a non-paternity-event. In...
  15. The southern group is not related to aboriginal...

    The southern group is not related to aboriginal Australians. It provided the Chinese ancestry of the Filipinos, Malays, Indonesians and Polynesians.

    ANE is more closely related to the original...
  16. Sorry. Mea culpa. I googled R-BY20693 and the...

    Sorry. Mea culpa. I googled R-BY20693 and the first result was the Yfull page for R-Y10789 (under Z2103), so I assumed it was a synonymous SNP. After double checking BY20693 is not in the Yfull...
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    Y-DNA Haplogroups of U.S. Presidents

    Here are the Y-haplogroups of US presidents known at present:



    1.
    George Washington
    R1b-L21


    2.
  18. This study confirms what I wrote in my Genetic...

    This study confirms what I wrote in my Genetic History of the Japanese people 4 years ago - namely that there were two distinct groups of Neolithic Chinese farmers, a northern one belonging to...
  19. Does President Trump belong to haplogroup R1b-U106?

    I stumbled on the Trump Surname Project at FTDNA. There are only 4 members, all from different countries and belonging to different haplogroups. Donald Trump's ancestor came from Rhineland-Palatine...
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    US president Herbert Hoover...

    US president Herbert Hoover (1874-1964) probably belonged to haplogroup I1 according to the Hoover Surname Project. He descends from the Huber/Hüber family from Switzerland, who overwhelmingly belong...
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    US president Warren G. Harding...

    US president Warren G. Harding (1865-1923) belonged to R1b L21>DF13>Z39589>DF49>DF23>ZP75 according to the Harden/Harding Surname Project (group I). He descended from Richard Harding (1583-1657) from...
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    Searching for famous R1b-DF27 individuals

    Two US presidents, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush apparently belong to haplogroup R1b DF27>Z196>Z209> CTS4065>S16864 based on the results from the Bush Surname Project. I ran the haplotype in...
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    MBTI personality of countries

    Here is a short summary of the Myers-Briggs Personality Types from Wikipedia:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1f/MyersBriggsTypes.png/1280px-MyersBriggsTypes.png

    I would...
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    Excellent idea, Tomenable! The USA is a melting...

    Excellent idea, Tomenable! The USA is a melting pot and American people may not always know where their ancestors came from. Many people tend to associate their ancestry with their surname, even if...
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    Took the test again. Borderline INTJ-INTP.

    Took the test again. Borderline INTJ-INTP.
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