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    I have a computer glitch or something. I can't read pdfs.

    I believe my mtDNA H1c12 originated in the British Isles.
    My earliest known female ancestor was from Virginia in the late 1700s.
    I was tested at Family Tree DNA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth View Post
    I have a computer glitch or something. I can't read pdfs.

    I believe my mtDNA H1c12 originated in the British Isles.
    My earliest known female ancestor was from Virginia in the late 1700s.
    I was tested at Family Tree DNA.
    I just got my results back. It has me as H3af, common to northwest Europe from what I can gather. H3 is the second most common subclade of the haplogroup in Europe evidently.
    "Almost every name belongs to well-known families of English stock....these soldiers were of ancient American lineage"- Prof. N.S. Shaler on the 1st Kentucky "Orphan" Brigade, Confederate States Army

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    Quote Originally Posted by KYAnglo View Post
    I just got my results back. It has me as H3af, common to northwest Europe from what I can gather. H3 is the second most common subclade of the haplogroup in Europe evidently.
    According to FTDNA, my mtDNA H3af subclade is more particularly common in Scandinavia and Iberia, supposedly. The "H" haplogroup is apparently the most common maternal lineage in Europe overall at 40+ %.
    "Almost every name belongs to well-known families of English stock....these soldiers were of ancient American lineage"- Prof. N.S. Shaler on the 1st Kentucky "Orphan" Brigade, Confederate States Army

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