To appreciate the purpose of this project, you should review the FTDNA learning center information: Family Tree DNA Results Explained: Y-DNA Haplogroups and Deep Ancestry.Presenter: Elise Friedman
In addition to genealogical matching, Y-DNA testing can also be used to discover the deep ancestry of your direct paternal line. This webinar focuses on Y-DNA haplogroups and how they relate to your deep ancestry. We’ll also discuss the Y-DNA Haplotree, SNPs and subclades. Covers these Y-DNA results pages: Matches (Haplogroup & Terminal SNP columns), Haplogroup Origins, Haplotree & SNPs, Migration Maps, SNP Maps Covers these Y-DNA results pages: Matches (Haplogroup & Terminal SNP columns), Haplogroup Origins, Haplotree & SNPs, Migration Maps, SNP Maps
For more information about E1a1-M44 visit the E1a1 Google public Site . For related papers, numerical data, and insightful comments by Robert Hall of our project, visit the site http://exploringe1a1.wordpress.com/
Membership requirements: FTDNA yDNA tested men who meet the above conditions. To join simply click the Join Request tab to be linked to FTDNA There is no charge. Members will be strongly urged to test at least for the M44 snp and to provide their country of origin on their FTDNA account.. ALL the email addresses listed on a FTDNA member's record will be considered members of the project .
MEMBERS ARE ADVISED TO CONSIDER PRIVACY ISSUES WITHIN AN EVOLVING HAPLOGROUP PROJECT. WHILE THE PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR ATTEMPTS TO PROTECT YOUR PRIVACY, THOSE WHO FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE SHOULD DROP OUT OF THE PROJECT.
If you chose the default privacy options your ydna will be shown on the FTDNA pages ONlY to those who login to FTDNA
Members will be joined to our private E1a1 Google discussion group
SNP (as opposed to STR) testing results are found in the Results dropdown link under About this Group
Visit the E1a1 Google public Site for more information about E1a1 including the latest subclades/SNPs based on the SNPs of members and others at Yfull.com.
Our project is listed at the International Society of Genetic Genealogy (ISOGG) YDNA haplogroup index page.