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    The Post Your Y-DNA Thread

    I personally belong to R1b1b2 M269 Confidence: High, I am currently being tested for downstream SNP's to determine my subclade.


    I've run my STR's through Ken Nordtvedt's predictor and got the following predictions:

    R1b-S.Irish =>21% R1b-North/South 1 (P312)=>16% R1b-S26 =>14% R1b-North/South 2 =>12% R1b-S28 =>12% R1b-C.Europe =>10% R1b-S21* =>6% R1b =>3% R1b-Leinster =>3% R1b-N.Irish =>1%


    I tested via Sorenson Genomics, I am awaiting my autosomal and mtDNA results to be completed, the mtDNA will cover all three regions. Family Tree DNA will be doing my deep clade testing, then in the near future the ever so famous 23andMe.

    I personally am planning to use as many testing companies as possible and rate them.


    So what are your Y-DNA results folks?

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    I1*, my haplotype has some distinct aspects making it further from a MRCA to I1 (M253) founder but it is still in the Nordtvedt "Generic AS" variety.

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    My Y-DNA haplogroup is I1 (M253-AS5).

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    Quote Originally Posted by CambridgeGreen View Post
    My Y-DNA haplogroup is I1 (M253-AS5).
    Ah, you're an I1* with an actual haplotype ("AS5"), you're a lucky one, and they will probably find your defining downstream SNP (making you I1k or I1p et cetra) in the next couple years here; at least before the generic, nondescript AS'.

    I participated in the "Walk the Y" project", so I have a chance of finding mine before anybody but that's cheating in a way: not everyone has $750.00 to spend on building the phlogenetic tree tagging system from around themselves outward.. then again I don't technically have that kind of money either

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nagelfar View Post
    Ah, you're an I1* with an actual haplotype ("AS5"), you're a lucky one, and they will probably find your defining downstream SNP (making you I1k or I1p et cetra) in the next couple years here; at least before the generic, nondescript AS'.

    I participated in the "Walk the Y" project", so I have a chance of finding mine before anybody but that's cheating in a way: not everyone has $750.00 to spend on building the phlogenetic tree tagging system from around themselves outward.. then again I don't technically have that kind of money either
    I'm thinking of doing Walk the Y. So far I've just joined my FTDNA surname project, I'm curious to see if my FTDNA haplogroup result is the same as my Genetree one since FTDNA actually does SNP testing. So far my STR's fit in a North Britain/Ireland Modal type for R1b1b2 that I found on Ysearch (this was found out after doing my nomenclature differences, when I made my OP I did not factor that in, once I did the differences I finally found my modal lol).

    I'm very anxious to find my deep clade.

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    R1b1c9.

    Pictish.

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    FTDNA has done my testing now, I am eligible for deep clade testing, however that is an extra $72 bucks I don't have at the moment. Confirmed R1b1b2.

    My recent ancestral origin matches on FTDNA are from England, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Belgium.

    So I assume that ancient Frisian is the ancestral paternal tribe, since the Frisian tribe is a tribe that England, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Belgium have in common.

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    R1a1 and possibly Frisian in direct paternal line

    I did a 37 marker test with FTDNA and they predict I am R1a1. I have not yet requested the SNP testing to confirm the haplogroup and subclade prediction but I expect to do that before the end of 2009. It appears that my direct paternal line left Denmark, Germany or the Netherlands about 850 years ago to settle in Wales. I would really like to narrow down my paternal line's Germanic origins but the 37 marker test results are not pointing in any clear direction.

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    I got more of my FTDNA results back, they suggest a Brythonic paternal origin (not Frisian as I had originally speculated), all my matches are Welsh, Scottish, and Irish R1b's, and I belong to a Celtic Modal haplotype on Ysearch.org

    I was disappointed with the Ancestral Origins, they did not give me much info, just Belgium and Britian.

    So guess no Frisian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reeder View Post
    I got more of my FTDNA results back, they suggest a Brythonic paternal origin (not Frisian as I had originally speculated), all my matches are Welsh, Scottish, and Irish R1b's, and I belong to a Celtic Modal haplotype on Ysearch.org

    I was disappointed with the Ancestral Origins, they did not give me much info, just Belgium and Britian.

    So guess no Frisian.
    scratch the above:

    I've been checking up on my genetic matches. On my FTDNA matches my strongest is an R1b1b2a1a line from the U.K. and on Ysearch my strongest is an R1b1b2a1a line from North Carolina.. R1b1b2a1a is typically found among West Germanic's from what I know.

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