We have a lot of participants whose Y-DNA is predicted to be M269. A lot of those are likely to be M222 if tested. I recommend doing deep SNP testing if interested to verify that and downstream (after it) if possible. I verified my paternal line as M222 back in 2006 and just received results for SNPs after M222. The result was R-A1206 which my line shares with four matches with the following surnames: Arrington, Murphy, Naughton, and Kelly. FTDNA's SNP map places these in an area of the borders of Roscommon, Westmeath, Offaly, and Longford, using a venn diagram, though I'm uncertain where FTDNA gets the data for that.
I am considering testing my paternal line and that of a collateral line at 111 or Big Y. Currently, we've only tested at 12-37 markers.
Mary Flanagan was born in 1830. She had eight sons and three daughters with Timothy Whalan between 1854 and 1872. She died on October 4, 1904, in Wirrabara, South Australia, at the age of 74.
Cathedral in Tuam, Galway where my grandfather Peter Joseph Flanagan was baptized along with his siblings, children of Daniel Joseph Flanagan and Honora Monaghan. Peter emigrated to Portland Maine with his brother John....a sister Catherine married Patrick Scarry and stayed in Galway.