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The R-L21 4466 South Irish Project was created to identify the specific unique SNP's that characterize the cluster, as well as research the base haplotype with the goal of understanding the Eoganacht sept/clan/surnames and their relationship to the CTS4466+ SNP and the South Irish base haplotype. The original markers of the South Irish were identified by Dr. Kenneth Nordvedt.
Visit the 4466+ SouthIrish.com website for more information on our current research study. The project is called 'R-L21 4466 South Irish'. It was shortened to 'South Irish' so that potential members could find it in the FTDNA project database under 'YDNA Geographical' projects.
Also see related projects: FTDNA Eoganacht septs, Sullivan and TMRCA Case Study
Eoganacht septs website: http://www.eoganachtsepts.com/ describes the relationship between Eoganacht surnames, 4466+ and the South Irish base haplotype
Related forum: TMRCA Case Study - you are welcome to join and ask questions
We also welcome all R-L21 members, as well as any other members who are serious about the research of their yDNA ancestry. The TMRCA Case Study research group includes all FTDNA members.
Admin:Kathleen Sullivan Kerwin
Co-administrator: Ron McRaney; our right hand and reviewer
Co-administrator: Ray O'Connell; mathematician and statistician
Co-administrator: Michael Murray; family history collation; please send your family history to familyhistory@TMRCACaseStudy.com
Co-administrator: John Donovan; County Cork researcher
Co-administrator: Sean Sullivan; trained as a physicist and will be learning Anatole's method from the scientific viewpoint
Co-administrator: Dr. Leonard Madden; Sullivan lineage researcher