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  • E

    16 10.96%
  • G

    10 6.85%
  • I1

    7 4.79%
  • I2

    22 15.07%
  • J1

    2 1.37%
  • J2

    15 10.27%
  • L

    2 1.37%
  • N

    4 2.74%
  • Q

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  • R1a

    13 8.90%
  • R1b

    39 26.71%
  • T

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  • Something else (e.g. C, O, R2). Please list in comments.

    5 3.42%
  • Non-human haplogroup (e.g. monkey, Andromedan)

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  • I don't know, but I heard there would be pie. Where's my pie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Graham View Post
    A Norfolk L-M20 said ;

    [ Y haplogroup L. My path L+M20+M22+M317+SK1412+SK1414. 117 novel SNPs. My terminal SK1414 is shared with a Baluchi speaking guy in Makran SW Pakistan. My nearest 111 STR marker comes from Birjand, Eastern Iran. I'm English with only English known ancestry. ]




    That's interesting! The ultimate basal root of the Graham's. J-YSC76 is also ( J-Z18186 ) Balochi.
    Very interesting, so what's your theory ? Roman mercenaries ? that's usually the explanation for any out of place haplogroup in Britian.

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    G2a from what I gather.

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    R1b Z2109
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    Quote Originally Posted by matadworf View Post
    G2a from what I gather.
    Stop gathering, do the test. ;)
    Be wary of people who tend to glorify the past, underestimate the present, and demonize the future.

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    R1b1a1a2b1 (R-F1794)
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    Here's information on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IronSide View Post
    Very interesting, so what's your theory ? Roman mercenaries ? that's usually the explanation for any out of place haplogroup in Britian.
    I give about a 97 % chance it's either Sarmatians from Roman times or Normans descended from the closely related Alans .And the 3 % is for God alone knows , which could include Taifels ,or any of several other steppe remnants mixed with Germanic tribes.As you might expect I get a lot of odd theories , explanations and possibilities and although most of them are highly unlikely not many can be absolutely ruled out completely .

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeBrok View Post
    Stop gathering, do the test. ;)
    I ran my Ancestry raw data through Morley's subclade predictor

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    Quote Originally Posted by matadworf View Post
    I ran my Ancestry raw data through Morley's subclade predictor
    Nat geo specifically identified my y-haplogroup R-F1794; a subclade of R-M269. But it was absolutely terrible in everything else; very little information, vague, and broad autosomal results. So unless you're set on finding out your Y-haplogroup, I wouldn't recommend it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    Nat geo specifically identified my y-haplogroup R-F1794; a subclade of R-M269. But it was absolutely terrible in everything else; very little information, vague, and broad autosomal results. So unless you're set on finding out your Y-haplogroup, I wouldn't recommend it.
    Happy Thanksgiving.
    NatGeo was correct about the basic core of my Ancestry.
    Other companies told me where my genes are spread out.
    Every Calculators has given me different results.
    Unscientific Speculations, in my opinion. Too much bad information.
    But more or less all results are a reflection of my NatGeo basic Ancestry.
    NatGeo Is Ok.
    The Quality of Info is more important than the Quantity.
    But you oh Messapo, Tamer of Horses ... that no one, with neither iron nor fire can break down! “Virgil”

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    R1b-U152-DF103
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    R1b >M269 > P312 > U152 > L2 > DF103
    Not much of a surprise, considering I was born within an hour's drive from "Gergovia", the oppidum close to which Gaulish leader Vercingetorix defeated the legions of Julius Caesar (who then defeated him at Alesia).
    Only thing is... I'm not too sure which of the two teams my hg is descended from.

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    P*
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    Mine is P-P295

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    My Y-DNA is R1b- U106 - L 44+ L 163 -

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    I'm the only one who voted this: I don't know, but I heard there would be pie. Where's my pie
    where's my pie ironside ? Lol
    mmmmmmmmm dooouuughhhnuuuutz

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    Quote Originally Posted by davef View Post
    I'm the only one who voted this: I don't know, but I heard there would be pie. Where's my pie
    where's my pie ironside ? Lol
    I have a feeling that you're E1b1b, some subclade of it.

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    R1a1a1>L-664>YP-943
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    R1a1>L664>YP943

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    my husband's Y is I1, I've ordered big Y for his dad

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    I was I2a-A2512, but now it’s I2a-Y18331, as A2512 descends from it. A Big Y test discovered someone with Y18331 but no A2512. The branch is the oddball of the I2a-Dinaric family, as so far it has only Greeks, East European Jews, Spanish and Chuvash.

    Right now now there appear to be two basal clades found in Greece: a Y18331 A2512- and an A2512 without A10959 and the other branch that has A7134 under it.

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralphie Boy View Post
    I was I2a-A2512, but now it’s I2a-Y18331, as A2512 descends from it. A Big Y test discovered someone with Y18331 but no A2512. The branch is the oddball of the I2a-Dinaric family, as so far it has only Greeks, East European Jews, Spanish and Chuvash.

    Right now now there appear to be two basal clades found in Greece: a Y18331 A2512- and an A2512 without A10959 and the other branch that has A7134 under it.
    Considering the Spanish sample perhaps it is more proof it came with East Germanics like Goths and Bastarnae.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dibran View Post
    Considering the Spanish sample perhaps it is more proof it came with East Germanics like Goths and Bastarnae.
    According to the FTDNA I2a project administrators/blog, the Spanish/New Mexico men likely are descendants of a Juan Griego, who was born in Greece a long time ago.

    http://i2aproject.blogspot.com/2017/05/?m=1

    I am waiting for new SNP’s to be discovered, so I can delve deeper into my lineage.

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    R1b - fgc10120

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    I tested as R M-417 on 23andMe, and ran their raw data through the Morley Subclade Predictor and got L1029, which is a subclade of M-458, which is a Central European branch of M-417. According to the Eupedia R1a page, Nikola Tesla is a member of this clade, and on the 23andMe forum it is also carried by a fellow German-American; that is, our paternal-line ancestor came to America from Germany. Appears to be connected to the enigmatic Vistula Veneti.

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    I S24 Saxon my Dad is a British guy with German/Dutch matches in a autosomal sense

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    I don't know which subclade of R i belong :-\

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    Hello to everyone!

    I'm new here and apologize for not knowing the terms yet and maybe not understanding the genetic tree of Y haplogruppes.
    Is there someone who has better knowledge of the field and raw data?

    1. I recently did a test. The communicated Y-haplogroup is G2a-P303. I did an exercise (I used the isogg site for a few long hours) :) and I searched in raw data from snp mutations and found something strange that confused me.
    Everything seemed to bind very well from root to Y-haplogroup G2a2b2a (P303), but ... 5 steps further I found the mutation corresponding to... G2a2b2a1a1a1 (L13). Strange is that there is no intermediate snp in raw data...
    What do you think? Is that possible? Can there be a mutation without a few intermediate mutations that bind it to the tree, as it is on isogg.com?

    2. Another strange thing is that after I finished checking all the data in the file I found that 14% (over 30) of the snp list did not seem to be in the common trunk linking P303 to the root of the tree but corresponded to other haplogruppes like those in the upper series : A0a1, A1, C, D, E1, E2, G1, H1, J, J2, N1, O1, R1, R2. I am confused... Can these mutations be real?


    Thank you!
    Last edited by gidai; 22-07-18 at 15:09.

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    This poll shows a low level of indoeuropeanness on this forum... and now some things are becoming understandable

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