This is my husband's paternal grandfather as young and older
Here is the map of L11(xU106xP312) based on Busby Data Base available on line. Again L11(xU106xP312) mean all people who have L11 mutation but nor U106 nor P312. All CTS4528/DF100 fall in this group. We can see that we have 5 main homes of CTS4528 : Baltic, Black Sea Coast, South Swiss, South Rhinland, and Portugal.
here is a page extracted from a doc. showing different haplogroup per cowntry based on Myres Data Base.
Here is the STRs result of Lorenzini
Here is Lorenzini's result
I had a look to the SBMH site and to the paper written by Myres available on line here: http://www.nature.com/ejhg/journal/v19/n1/full/ejhg2010146a.html . And one point is very curious. Why there are a high concentration of L11* people or CTS4528 people, L11* almost equivalent to CTS4528/DF100 , on a danish island named Bornholm? Is it a late founder effect? I red that Bornholm derived from Burgundian Home, a germanic tribe. From there, following the Elbe river, the Burgundians went south toward the Alp and the South of the Rhine. The Burgundians gave their name to a french region "La Bourgogne".
I have recently joined the : R1b-M269 (P312- U106-) DNA Project. I hope you can give me any advice.
I few months ago I have been tested for 67 markers YDNA with FTDNA (U98G8 M-269), the reason for my test is the fact that I am trying to find out who my biological father was or is.
I do not know much about him so therefore I was hoping with this test to trace any ancestors, so my family name Swankhuizen is not the name of my biological father. According my mother he came from Paris and was French, I am born in 1956 in the Netherlands and I am Dutch.
I have noticed on Ysearch that had genetic distance match of 5 (what does is say) with CTS4528+DF100+, to know more I have joined this project. Could anyone give me any advice so hat i can continue my search, of course I am trying to find out if my DNA is pointing to France however I do not know what to do.
Please let me know.
Another broader view of probable DF100-CTS4528 homelands
This map is where I believe the DF100-CTS4528 snp people grew into prominence.
This map shows the areas of sea innundation into Frisia during the late Roma era in England. To read about this google for "Dunkirk Transgression"
Menhir at Dol-de-Bretagne, home town of the ancestor of the royal family of Scotland (Stewart) and perhaps, or perhaps not, two American presidents Adam. Menhir in German is "Hinkelstein", originally "Hühnenstein" (hen-stone).