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    There are now just three of us listed as FGCI24357* under Y Full's new tree which came out today.

    One from England (me) one from Sweden and one from Germany via Sweden to the USA.

    The previous two listed people in the old tree have been pushed further down.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hi I have tested positive for S16414, with long family links to southern England, 500+ has anyone else tested positive for I-S16414

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    Thank you for the quick reply Ade. As this subgroup grows I would like to try to track the migration routes in particular within the last 1500 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battlesword View Post
    Thank you for the quick reply Ade. As this subgroup grows I would like to try to track the migration routes in particular within the last 1500 years.
    Welcome to the forum. You are just one level above myself and Ade. S16414 -> FGC24357. You can test for FGC24357 at FTDNA or Yseq. It's about 2000 years old so it probably has a Scandinavian origin where it got dispersed to various Germanic tribes. It's found in Sardinia from possibly the Vandals, in Wallonia Belgium from possibly the Franks, and in England from possibly the Saxons or Vikings. As more people get tested and more subclades downstream are discovered it will be interesting to see how closely related our paternal ancestors were and where exactly they split off in different directions.

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    Welcome from me too.

    I would agree with Mike's comments.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battlesword View Post
    Hi I have tested positive for S16414, with long family links to southern England, 500+ has anyone else tested positive for I-S16414
    Welcome to the forum and the unofficial I1 brotherhood. Would you mind sharing the surname of your I1 individual? Have you looked at that surname on the FTDNA family project site?
    Administrator of the Young Family Project
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    Thanks everyone for the very warm welcome. My paternal surname which traces back 500 years in Gloucetershire is Gregory, but throught FTDNA I appear to have strong links to the surname Holcombe. In the FTDNA Holcombe project most Holcombe's listed are classified I-S26361 mostly originating from Somerset. I have no Holcombes that I can identify in my family tree so the link is probably over 500 years unless one of my paternal line adopted the name Gregory or the classic none paternal event!!!

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    A bunch of new subclades have been added underneath FGC24357 on the FTDNA tree. Unfortunately, they have not been added to YFULL yet so TMRCAs are lacking.

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    on FTDNA there a 4 subclades below fgc24357 mine appears to y 106825 i share this with one other person
    as mentioned earlier my family can be traced back to ca 1480 at the coast of holland
    they could be viking but my guess is still anglo saxon of course this is speculative

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    Just had an update from FTDNA.

    With this, it has pushing me a whole nine places further down the tree!

    I am now I BY34648.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arend View Post
    on FTDNA there a 4 subclades below fgc24357 mine appears to y 106825 i share this with one other person
    as mentioned earlier my family can be traced back to ca 1480 at the coast of holland
    they could be viking but my guess is still anglo saxon of course this is speculative
    Ade is Y106825–>BY34648 so he is the other person. He is from central England. A lot of archeologists are saying that the Germanic influences in England might be more Frisian than Anglo Saxon. This would make sense for your connection to Ade. It would also explain U106 peaking in Holland and the similarities between English and Frisian.

    You should submit your data to YFULL. Ade already has his data with them. It would be interesting to see a TMRCA for Y106825.
    Last edited by mwauthy; 10-02-18 at 19:56. Reason: Addition

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    I would agree with all of this.

    It would be great to have a TMRCA date.

    Cheers, Ade.



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    Just tested Big Y 500 so lets see where this takes us!!!

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    Hi,
    I have tested BigY-500 and my haplogroup is:
    I-S16414 > FGC24354* [Y-full]
    (I-S22349 [FTDNA])
    One level above FGC24357
    My known roots are Swedish, earliest known ancestor born 1779.
    Is here anyone else who have tested positive for SNP FGC24354?
    (= S22349 FTDNA)
    Would be interesting if we could track the migration routes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kejomot View Post
    Hi,
    I have tested BigY-500 and my haplogroup is:
    I-S16414 > FGC24354* [Y-full]
    (I-S22349 [FTDNA])
    One level above FGC24357
    My known roots are Swedish, earliest known ancestor born 1779.
    Is here anyone else who have tested positive for SNP FGC24354?
    (= S22349 FTDNA)
    Would be interesting if we could track the migration routes.
    People who are positive for FGC24357 such as myself are also positive for FGC24354 which has a TMRCA of 2700 years almost certainly in Scandinavia. It’s age makes it difficult to track any specific migration route. You probably have 10-20 personal snps since FGC24354. As more people test and start to match more recent snps you have it will be easier to possibly track a specific migration in time as the TMRCA of your subclades shrink.

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    You're right! Patiently waiting for more tests is what we can do. In the meantime, I have joined the ftdna project I - Z382 + YDNA subclade.

    Which of the mutations that builds the line ” Z382 + S26361 + S16414 + FGC24354+” are assumed to have occurred in Scandinavia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kejomot View Post
    You're right! Patiently waiting for more tests is what we can do. In the meantime, I have joined the ftdna project I - Z382 + YDNA subclade.

    Which of the mutations that builds the line ” Z382 + S26361 + S16414 + FGC24354+” are assumed to have occurred in Scandinavia?
    It’s my presumption that all of those snps originated in Scandinavia and probably Sweden since there are people still in Sweden with those SNPs today and a backwards migration is not that likely in my opinion. I even think FGC24357 which is my parent clade and right below FGC24354 probably originated in Scandinavia based on the reasons I mentioned above.

    I just tested positive for S10350 at YSEQ today. This SNP is below FGC24357 and is currently found just in Britain, Ireland, and Belgium so possibly this SNP has a West Germanic origin. I belong to the Z382 project as well.

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    Just ordered my Big Y. Currently FTDNA states I-M253, and 23andme state I-Z58. Uploaded data to Nevgen and that predicts, i1 M253 DF29 Z58 Z59 Z2041 Z2040 Z382 FGC24333 S26361, so I might be joining the S26361 club!

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