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    I forgot to include my Mtdna!

    Maternal Haplogroup: K2b1a

    I have found very little information on my maternal haplogroup if anyone has any it would be greatly appreciated. From what I have found this subclade has been found in Germany, Canary Islands, Ireland, and Scandinavia. I think that there hasn't been a lot of people who have been discovered with this specific subclade also I read that it is a relatively new subclade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWkid View Post
    I forgot to include my Mtdna!

    Maternal Haplogroup: K2b1a

    I have found very little information on my maternal haplogroup if anyone has any it would be greatly appreciated. From what I have found this subclade has been found in Germany, Canary Islands, Ireland, and Scandinavia. I think that there hasn't been a lot of people who have been discovered with this specific subclade also I read that it is a relatively new subclade.

    Canary Island is quite interresting as that place was largely isolated area till the early Modern era when the Spanish conquerd that. They and before this the Arabs describe that the islanders of Tenerife island, the guanchos were blond haired people with neolithic technology. Probaly they were not the descendants of Vikings or Vandals but an native, autochton population from the Stone Age when the nowadays north-european types (with own genes) lived in south too.

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    I am I1, the paternal line came from the Isle of Man...not really surprising given the Norse colonization/governance of the island in the early Medieval period...but still, finding the Viking ancestry was pretty cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWkid View Post
    I forgot to include my Mtdna!

    Maternal Haplogroup: K2b1a

    I have found very little information on my maternal haplogroup if anyone has any it would be greatly appreciated. From what I have found this subclade has been found in Germany, Canary Islands, Ireland, and Scandinavia. I think that there hasn't been a lot of people who have been discovered with this specific subclade also I read that it is a relatively new subclade.
    My wife and kids. Eight years too late for our conversation then.

    I1, R1b and R1a (mine) are the most common Germanic Y-DNA haplogroups.

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