So, I've recently found out my grandmother had my dad by another man. This came to light because my dna over on my heritage had this fellow as a 1st cousin once removed to a 2nd cousin. Well having done some digging I found out from my dad's sister-in-law that his brother told her his name was Clendon C.. Well I've done a fair amount of genealogy on this C. family and there are two Clendon C's, Sr. and Jr.. One would have been 48 and the other 20 and my grandmother was 33 so it could be either one.
Attached is some known shared dna with known persons and then the Clendon C. line.
The first column is my grandmother and her sister. I know Collins is my second cousin and dna on Familytreedna bears that out. My brother has dna on 23and me and Leslie C.'s relationship to my brother via dna. Her great grandfather and Edward Joseph C. Jr.'s great grandfather are brothers. They would be 3rd cousins to one another. Edward Joseph C. Jr. 's grandfather and Clendon C. Sr. are brothers.
Based on this would you say Clendon Sr. or Jr. is my grandfather. Thanks.
Has anyone seen research on how many G-M201 and G-L497’s there are? My fuzzy math is if the population of Europe is 750M, that’s 375M men of which 225M are Caucasian. If 3.5% or 8M are G, with the majority L497 then that’s around 5M of us. I’ve read that R1 is around 100M or 50% for comparisons sake. Any ideas?
Can anyone explain this to me? I see it as 17% West African. How does this come about? I don't see how its possible for Eastern Europe.
Then back to Switzerland and L667
Small things make me happy when it comes to Genealogy. Phylogeographer has added my G-S15656 to the Migration map. It is still back at 1200 BC, so a long way from the present, but it does give some insight as to how my ancestors moved around. Now how accurate this is, who knows? But it is a visual and I like visuals.
G men of the world. Notice the G1 and most G2 in Persia and Caucasian region.
Sharing with group. I'm positive for Z30790 branch. Tested with YSEQ. Testing for FGC34989 in progress. Thanks Mauricio
Missing my father today. He was the shortest of his brothers at 6 feet tall. Shown here are the Wigington brothers James, Paul, Luke, John, Homer and Arthur. --- His daughter Paula