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Thread: Distribution of I1 in Italy (Boattini et al.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by I1a3_Young View Post
    That's not enough STRs to get good matches for relations. I will stick to the highest chance of being a more rare Ostrogothic Y line.
    There is only one "close" match I found ........a person living in Marche italy with surname Zianni
    Zianni in the old and current venetian language is the same as Giovanni in Italian ( english John )

    I do agree with you that it is not enough
    có che un pòpoło no 'l defende pi ła só łéngua el xe prónto par èser s'ciavo

    when a people no longer dares to defend its language it is ripe for slavery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcellus View Post
    Hi,

    I tested positive for M253! And it goes on like this: Z140 > Y6231 > Y7277 > Y10890*
    With the particularity of having marker DYS426=10
    The latest ancestor I could track born around 1770, was from Molise, Campobasso!
    I'm also: I1-Z60>Z140>Z141>FGC22406>Y7279>Y10890>A1994

    With DYS426=10 which is pretty rare in this area of the Z140+ branch.

    I've been paired with 3 other folks who are within this or deeper subclades, all from Sicily.

    As far as paternal line, I'm stuck in the VA, USA 1783. I'm currently testing for A1922 which has a Hungarian lineage. So I'm looking for a back door through migration out of Sicily to Hungary then to Switzerland to semi-confirm my probable lineage. It looks like the closest of the I-Y10890 STR matches might be 16-21 generations back which would put the separation about 400-600ybp.

    LMK if I'm on the wrong path.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whirly View Post
    I'm also: I1-Z60>Z140>Z141>FGC22406>Y7279>Y10890>A1994

    With DYS426=10 which is pretty rare in this area of the Z140+ branch.

    I've been paired with 3 other folks who are within this or deeper subclades, all from Sicily.

    As far as paternal line, I'm stuck in the VA, USA 1783. I'm currently testing for A1922 which has a Hungarian lineage. So I'm looking for a back door through migration out of Sicily to Hungary then to Switzerland to semi-confirm my probable lineage. It looks like the closest of the I-Y10890 STR matches might be 16-21 generations back which would put the separation about 400-600ybp.

    LMK if I'm on the wrong path.
    Are you ordering single SNPs? What company are you testing with?
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    I was tested by FTDNA for Y10890, A1994 and A1922. Y10890 was ordered first and came back positive. I ordered the A1994 and A1922 from FTDNA after getting the Y10890 results. But that was a month ago and there is still another month to go before they say they can provide the results. I subsequently tested with YSEQ, on a suggestion from the admin of the I-Z140 Project, for A1994 for which I have already tested positive and A1974 which is one of the SNP's for HG-A1922 and am waiting on the results for that one. YSEQ is much faster and less expensive, if you only need a couple of SNP's, than FTDNA, even with having to do the cheek swab again via international mail.

    I'm still in the mirror house here but decided to forgo the shotgun approach (BIG Y) and ask for pointers. It seems to have worked out well for me so far. Now all I have to do is find more folks with my HG who are not in Italy. Not that I'm adverse to the Italians, I grew up as a WASP in an Italian neighborhood and have lots of friends there, but my documented paper trail is not pointing to Sicily unless there was an Italian migration into the Americas prior to 1780. It's a long shot but if you don't go down the road you'll never know where it leads.

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