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    Deeper Y-DNA testing

    What's up guys, I got a question regarding Y-DNA haplogroups and I'm hoping someone can help. I'm new to this so forgive me for any mistakes.

    I've used Family Tree (family finder+37) and 23&me DNA tests, now on FTDNA my Y-DNA is R1b M-269 while 23&me narrowed it R-L51. My uncle (father's brother) is also on 23&me but his Y-DNA was narrowed to R-CTS4065 which is odd since that's part of R1b-DF27 and that seems to be clustered in SW France & NW Iberia and my paternal ancestors are from N England (Yorkshire). My question is what good tests are available for Y-DNA testing. Should I upgrade my FTDNA Y-37 to a Y-67, will that give me more info than 23&me did on my Haplogroup or no? Are LivingDNA and NatGeo any better? Thank you for taking the time to read my post and any advice would be appreciated.
    Last edited by Deathmetaljoe27; 24-01-19 at 03:04.

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