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Thread: Z59+/Z60- is a lonely place at the I1 haplogroup tree

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
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    Hello,
    I just joined the forum, although I got my haplogroup results (I-Z59/V8) two years ago. My family lived in the Carelian isthmus (area surrounded by Lake Saimaa of Finland and Lake Ladoga and St.Petersburg of Russia) for at least 300 years until the Second World War. Originally the area belonged to Sweden, then for about 200 years to Russian Empire/Grand Dutchy of Finland and finally to Finland until the end of the WW2, when the population was evacuated to other parts of Finland and the area was ceded to Soviet Union.
    It's interesting to notice the geographically wide distribution of I-Z59.

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    all of a sudden ftdna comes in with bigY 500: elucidating 561 str values
    does anybody know what to do with this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arend View Post
    all of a sudden ftdna comes in with bigY 500: elucidating 561 str values
    does anybody know what to do with this?
    Not really! Still trying to differentiate the advantages of str to snp. Until the price is right I’ll be abstaining.

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    I don't think they even have a tool allowing for matching over 111 STRs.

    STR is great for confirming or discovering paternal lines.
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    I am Z59 - Z382 which has been analyzed down to Y18238 which originated about 2000 years ago. My paternal ancestry has been traced to France in late 1600s , they were Huguenots who escaped to Cornwall, England. I therefore suspect that my ancient ancestors were of West Germanic Frankish tribes who lived near the Rhine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlemagne View Post
    I am Z59 - Z382 which has been analyzed down to Y18238 which originated about 2000 years ago. My paternal ancestry has been traced to France in late 1600s , they were Huguenots who escaped to Cornwall, England. I therefore suspect that my ancient ancestors were of West Germanic Frankish tribes who lived near the Rhine.
    I am downstream of Z382 myself which most likely originated in Sweden. My story is kind of the opposite of yours. Looks like my paternal ancestors went from Sweden to the British Isles and then to Belgium during the religious wars of the 17th century.

    Some Z382 subclades could have been dispersed westward during the Migration Period and Vendel Period. However, modern distributions reflect a lot of possible Viking Age dispersals as well. You should join the Z382 project at Ftdna.

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    I1a-Z59
    MtDNA haplogroup
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    Hi everyone, I'm new. Just got my tests and it's I1a-Z59 which is quite surprising because I'm from Croatia and I was born in Bosnia.
    This looks like the place to share this :)

    I'm thinking either Goths which passed through this area, also Osthrogoths ruled in Balkans (Istria, Dalmatia etc...) or Saxon miners which came to Bosnia in 13th and 14th century.

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