HATCH-DNA Research Project

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William Hatch William Hatch
September 20, 2017 @ 10:24pm
This is a photo of my maternal Grandmother Ethel Maude Hatch (born Edwards). Born 7 Sept. 1881, died 26 March 1961. Born in Minnesota, died in Spokane, WA.
William Hatch
September 20, 2017 @ 10:33pm
photo didn't work. Back to the drawing board, will try again later. Bill Hatch
Edward Randall Edward Randall
September 18, 2017 @ 12:24pm
I wonder if any other group members are I-PF2364.
Jeffrey Hatch-Miller Jeffrey Hatch-Miller
April 7, 2016 @ 4:00pm
I'm not a member of the Viking group but am very interested in their likely contribution to my Anglo-Saxon roots. Being newly retired I'm able to focus more on Hatch family genealogy. Recently I was at the British Museum and became aware of the likely mixture of heritage the Viking period from AD 793 to 1066 represents. Also, I'm curious of the influence from when William the Conqueror became King of England after the Battle of Hastings.
Edwin Hatch
August 22, 2016 @ 3:37pm
Prior to signing up for FAmily DNA I signed up for the Ancestry DNA test. The way they presented the results were very informative if you have a basic knowledge of large population migrations in England
Edwin Hatch
August 22, 2016 @ 3:44pm
Comment continued: They categorize geographic DNA contributions on a percentage basis. In my case they show an average 12% Scandinavian DNA source. Further Western Europe shows up as 27%. Historically the two main external population shifts in England was the "Vikings" and WIlliam the Conqueror.
Everett Hatch Everett Hatch
June 15, 2016 @ 8:34pm
Everett Hatch
June 15, 2016 @ 8:45pm
This is Karen Hatch writing for Everett. The most distant relative listed next to my dad's DNA on the Y-DNA Classic Chart is actually not his most distant relative. His most distant relative is actually John at Hecche born about 1415 died in Selling next to Monks Horton, Kent, UK. Can I just change it to that myself? I hesitate because none of the other tests on the list have John at Hecche. I have posted pictures of a page of my Uncle Loring Hatch's research.
Everett Hatch Everett Hatch
June 15, 2016 @ 8:34pm
Craig Trout Craig Trout
Admin
April 10, 2016 @ 5:23pm
VIKINGS & DANISH INVADERS: There have been several postings regarding the "Viking & Invader YDNA" study. If your Haplogroup begins with an "I," such as I-M253, your Hg has deep ancestry in Northwest Europe (Scandinavia, et al), and there is a good chance you have "Danish invader" or "Viking" ancestry, and you would be appropriate for this study.
Craig Trout Craig Trout
Admin
April 10, 2016 @ 5:15pm
GEDCOMS — If you have not already uploaded your pedigree to your Y-DNA results page, you are encouraged to do so. This will allow fellow researchers to compare their early generations with you on both your Y-DNA "matches" page and on your Family Finder "matches" page, if you also took did that additional test. To upload your GEDCOM, simply go to the "Family Tree" icon (top band of information on your DNA results page), then select the "gear" icon at the bottom right of your resulting screen.
Edward Randall Edward Randall
February 29, 2016 @ 3:48am
Are there any Hatch-DNA members who are also members of 'Viking & Invader YDNA'?
Edward Randall Edward Randall has a question!
September 14, 2015 @ 5:04am
I wonder if any other Hatch(ers) are I-PF2364?
2 Comments
Edward Randall
October 6, 2015 @ 9:07am
Edwin, an interesting technical question. Let me ponder it. What I can say is that:
Edward Randall
October 6, 2015 @ 9:08am
"In genetic genealogy a unique-event polymorphism (UEP) is a genetic marker that corresponds to a mutation which is likely to occur so infrequently that it is believed overwhelmingly probable that all the individuals who share the marker, worldwide, will have inherited it from the same common ancestor, and the same single mutation event. Generally, UEP is an allele for which all copies derive from a single mutational event."
Edward Randall
October 6, 2015 @ 9:18am
So the terminal SNP - so far as genetic genealogy is concerned - is likely to be a UEP. M253 - unlike PF6896 and PF2364 characterises all of us who are part of the I1 haplogroup subclade - the terminal SNP result enables us to go deeper in exploring ancestry. Hope I have got that right.
Edward Randall
October 6, 2015 @ 9:19am
On I1 - "I1 confirmed by the SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism) known as M253."
Edwin Hatch Edwin Hatch has a question!
September 12, 2015 @ 10:13am
I'm listed as 407449 in the Kit number column. How can I edit the DNA charts to include my line (#1 Thomas Hatch) in the Paternal column and England in the country column?