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    Ancient DNA T-Y3833 Iberian Peninsula ( De la Rosa )

    aDNA through modern DNA.


    Today, very good news. I have CONFIRMED by Y-DNA testing my whole paternal pedegree until a 1587 marriage!


    Perhaps the first Spanish Pedegree and the first Iberian Peninsula Pedegree Confirmed up to date with Y-DNA testing.


    >Aside the House of Bourbon that Im not trully sure until what ancestor they have confirmed their pedegree.


    >And aside the " Castilla " family from Rubena ( Burgos ) who weakly tested 12 y-STRs for a bunch of members splitted before 1580 and using 0 control samples from the town.


    I want to share this with all of you and I hope that more people reach this same Genetic Genealogical Goal.


    Today we know the first Y-DNA of an Ancient Iberian individual, my direct paternal ancestor, using modern DNA.


    Also, I wish more studies like those published by Sofie Claerhout who inspired me in order to reach this Goal.

    Juan De la Rosa Y-DNA Confirmed.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpenjager View Post
    aDNA through modern DNA.


    Today, very good news. I have CONFIRMED by Y-DNA testing my whole paternal pedegree until a 1587 marriage!


    Perhaps the first Spanish Pedegree and the first Iberian Peninsula Pedegree Confirmed up to date with Y-DNA testing.


    >Aside the House of Bourbon that Im not trully sure until what ancestor they have confirmed their pedegree.


    >And aside the " Castilla " family from Rubena ( Burgos ) who weakly tested 12 y-STRs for a bunch of members splitted before 1580 and using 0 control samples from the town.


    I want to share this with all of you and I hope that more people reach this same Genetic Genealogical Goal.


    Today we know the first Y-DNA of an Ancient Iberian individual, my direct paternal ancestor, using modern DNA.


    Also, I wish more studies like those published by Sofie Claerhout who inspired me in order to reach this Goal.

    Juan De la Rosa Y-DNA Confirmed.png
    always great news when one goes back that far on their tree

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    Ancient DNA T-Y3833 Iberian Peninsula ( De la Rosa )

    If the Bourbon are the Borboni, they were actually French before they were Spaniard.
    They ruled my area in Italy, but I’m negative for Y3833.
    Last edited by Salento; 31-08-19 at 07:02.
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    I have extended to Autosomal cousins through female lines participating in Genetic Genealogy research.


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