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    It seems that Haplogroup I is a rare southern scandinavian haplogroups, it is found in pockets throughout Norway, Denmark, and apparently the largest is found in Iceland(~5%). This journal reports Haplogroup I at 12.5% from the ancient Danes.

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    Makes sense for some one with your user name. Northern Europe is most often K and V halpogroups at least as far as mtdna goes. I'm good old, Subhaplogroup H1 which encompasses an important fraction of Western European mtDNA, so I'm fairly common.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meadhbh View Post
    Makes sense for some one with your user name. Northern Europe is most often K and V halpogroups at least as far as mtdna goes. I'm good old, Subhaplogroup H1 which encompasses an important fraction of Western European mtDNA, so I'm fairly common.
    Most of my relatives are either H1*, J1c6, or U5a1. There the most common. The norwegians are whom I cluster to, are J1c6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gall-Gaidheal View Post
    Most of my relatives are either H1*, J1c6, or U5a1. There the most common. The norwegians are whom I cluster to, are J1c6.
    Oi I read that J as an I. To early to tell the difference between letters I guess. Yes J is connected to the advent of agriculture in europe. Which we can all agree was a good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meadhbh View Post
    Makes sense for some one with your user name. Northern Europe is most often K and V halpogroups at least as far as mtdna goes. I'm good old, Subhaplogroup H1 which encompasses an important fraction of Western European mtDNA, so I'm fairly common.
    IS K North European? Why are some K's JEWS?


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    Congrats on being 100% European

    I see these types of tests as miniature population studies. So can I ask, is all of your known ancestry English and Scottish and in what proportion? I just ask so I know whether your results tell us more about the English gene pool or the Scottish. Thanks

    Btw, K is found at high levels in Jews, but it's quite common in most European nations. It doesn't imply Jewish heritage at all.

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    Why is K or any other haplo type found in more than one place? The best answer is because poplations are rarely static. People move around and marry their next door tribe when they got there. So you can have pockets of halpotypes showing up any where, more so if the area has had a few migrations of people in tis history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meadhbh View Post
    Why is K or any other haplo type found in more than one place? The best answer is because poplations are rarely static. People move around and marry their next door tribe when they got there. So you can have pockets of halpotypes showing up any where, more so if the area has had a few migrations of people in tis history.
    More likely in the case of K is that it's a very old marker, and so was common in a group ancestral to all the populations in which K is currently found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamar Fox View Post
    Congrats on being 100% European

    I see these types of tests as miniature population studies. So can I ask, is all of your known ancestry English and Scottish and in what proportion? I just ask so I know whether your results tell us more about the English gene pool or the Scottish. Thanks

    Btw, K is found at high levels in Jews, but it's quite common in most European nations. It doesn't imply Jewish heritage at all.
    My genealogy records are a mess. when I was 6 I aksed about my famly backgrounds, my grandmother did some digging, but stopped on the 4th gen, and she only told me about my step-fathers lineage, as if it was my paternal. So the paternal is a mystery to me, and continues.

    Paternal: Finney - Birth: Kent, England.

    Maternal: Tomlinson - Birth: Sheffield
    Maternal grandmother: Jepson - Birth: Derby, England
    Maternal grandfather: Tomlinson - Birth: Rotherham, England

    Maternal grandmother's Parents: Jepson, Florence - Originated from staffordshire. Well her father came from Sunderland, and then lived in staffordshire.
    Maternal grandfather's Parents: Tomlinson, Wilkinson?(I can't remember I think it begins with a W.) Originated - Durham, and Carisle

    Maternal great grandfather's Parents: Tomlinson, Lindbeck - Perth, Scotland ~ ??

    That's all I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gall-Gaidheal View Post
    My genealogy records are a mess. when I was 6 I aksed about my famly backgrounds, my grandmother did some digging, but stopped on the 4th gen, and she only told me about my step-fathers lineage, as if it was my paternal. So the paternal is a mystery to me, and continues.

    Paternal: Finney - Birth: Kent, England.

    Maternal: Tomlinson - Birth: Sheffield
    Maternal grandmother: Jepson - Birth: Derby, England
    Maternal grandfather: Tomlinson - Birth: Rotherham, England

    Maternal grandmother's Parents: Jepson, Florence - Originated from staffordshire. Well her father came from Sunderland, and then lived in staffordshire.
    Maternal grandfather's Parents: Tomlinson, Wilkinson?(I can't remember I think it begins with a W.) Originated - Durham, and Carisle

    Maternal great grandfather's Parents: Tomlinson, Lindbeck - Perth, Scotland ~ ??

    That's all I know.
    Thanks. So both your biological parents were English? The clustering with Norwegians is interesting. Probably related to Viking settlement.

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