Distribution of Y-DNA haplogroups among Bosnians from Serbian DNA project

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Here is a list of genetically tested individuals from Bosnia and Herzegovina (of all three main ethnic groups) whose surnames are listed in public data bases and later on the website of the Serbian DNA project: http://dnk.poreklo.rs/naslovna/

I2a1b
Gračanin
Ilić
Ivanović
Perenda (Probably Bosnian. Perenda is a surname common in central Bosnia)
Bešlagić
Čeko
Ostojić
Kucukkilavuz
Ćirić
Mihić
Parojčić
Vranješević
Rodić
Šobot
Subotić
Tutnjević
Žutić
Polić
Mehičić
Kraljević
Bašagić
Sosa
Jasak
Krešić
Vučić
Stefanović
Kepić
Kočan
Omerbašić
Mršić
Pejović
Đedović
Nakić
Bubalović
Jerković
Kljajić
Ćustić
Čarapina
Zovko
Sijerčić
Avdalović
Bijeljac
Hadžiahmetović
Kecman Sidić
Tekić
Martinović
Ozimković
Ćutuk
Ćorić
Šurković
Jahura
Marković
Halep
Marić

I2M26
Tanović

I1
Mićić
Bratić
Ivanović
Milić
Bomeštar
Milićević
Krčo
Radović
Žugić (Vulović)
Krčo S.
Grbović
Vrućak
Ćetković Gentula
Hadžiahmetović
Merdžan
Todorović Dugić
Macura

R1a
Popović
Rakić
Stajonević
Palangetić
Vasić (Vidovi)
Milošević
Gajić (Gužvići)
Jovanović-Vasić (Vidovi)
Matić
Đurić
Maksimović
Pavlović
Lazarević (Ilijini)
Lakić
Obradović
Milić
Tejić
Petrović (Ilijini)
Gajić (Vidovi)
Vidović (Stevini)
Lazarević (Stevini)
Mitrović (Đokini)
Lukić
Marjanović
Gužvić
Stojić
Ćirković
Filipović
Marković
Rakanović
Drakovac (a Bosniak surname, so Drakovac is probably from Bosnia)
Mijatović
Gavrić
Ivković
Šarenac
Ristanović
Perić
Bogićević
Jović
Simić
Stevanović
Jerković
Aga
Petković
Zlojutro
Kadijević
Raštegorac
Jagodić
Škarica
Šljivar
Panić
Vujatović
Kecman Špirić
Stević
Drašković
Radović
Bursać
Bogdanović
Grbić

R1b
Ljubić
Miljević
Spahić

G1
Pašagić

J2a
Petrušić
Hadžiahmetović
Baruh
Žepčan

J2b
Paripović
Kovač
Skenderović
Novaković
Lakić
Kecman Dajičić
Trikić (Kecman)
Krljić
Dejanović
Jurčević
Lakić
Čirko

J1
Radonić
Mihić
Ružić
Maksimović-Šepa
March-Jaković
Ostojić

E1b
Božić
Ćemo
Mulaomerović
Đukić
Mešterović
Kanlić
Bratić
Dizdarević
Zurovac
Rakić
Vujović
Vojinović
Vukić/Wokich
Bjelica
Kecmanović

Q
Čotić

N1
Aškraba
Matić
Tešmanović
 
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Does E1b1b members belong only of E-V13 or they have other subclades?
 
Very nice. I wish there were even more names though.
 
All of them are E-V13, as long as I can see. There is however a Bosniak from Montenegro whose subclade is E-M35.
 
Very nice. I wish there were even more names though.

Yes, I wish so too. The applications of genetic tests in Bosnia and Herzegovina is unfortunately not as high as it is in Serbia and Croatia. And also, even among the Bosnian and Herzegovinian population, the majority of all genetically tested people are of Serb and Croat ethnic backgrounds.
 
Hey my granparents from novi pazar and plevlja. I am g1 too and match of pasagic you can add me also.
 
Hey my granparents from novi pazar and plevlja. I am g1 too and match of pasagic you can add me also .
 
Does E1b1b members belong only of E-V13 or they have other subclades?

Almost all I know of are V13, just one Bosniak from Krajina is E-V22 (alot of families from there had "anatolian" origin theory but they are false mostly) and a Bosniak from Sandzak is "E-M183" at 23andme, which means E-M81..
 

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