Query. Back in April my husband had ordered the I-M223 SNP pack to add on to his 111 marker test. I have received no notifications of the results being completed. However today, when I signed into his account I noticed that his haplogroup is now listed as I-Z180. Is this correct? Can anyone please verify for me if the SNP pack results are complete? His kit number is 506029 Matthew Von Stetina. - If everything is correct, can someone also point me in a few directions in order to get a better understanding about I-Z180. Thank you in advance.
Can you give us information about Y DNA I-Y10660?
Tom Krzempek having a bit of a problem seeing your chart. Is this what you have for Y8599? Y8599 surnames to date, probably from the Ayrshire area of Scotland Hemphill, Hillis, Hillhouse, Thompson and Young. Y8600, Y8601, Y 8602 all Hemphills. Pat Hemphill
Last year I worked out all charts of the trees groups below I-M223. I did it, because each lab has its own quality control procedures, and as such, it develops binding schemes in the respective groups, so we can see different versions of trees depending on the detected SNPs. Currently ISOGG has a huge backlog of data updates. We can now observe the development of trees in FTDNA (BIG Y and SNP Packs), YFull (NextGen Sequence Interpretation), Full Genomes Corp. (Y Elite and Interpretation of BAM files) and YSEQ (Custom Panels). Sometimes we can find data from National Geographic (Geno 2.0) or inactive BritainsDNA (Chromo2), Eupedia and others. None of these trees will ever be up to date. I decided to update our data at least a bit, so I need your help. There is too much data and I recently focused only on my group, so I'm not up to date with other groups. I do not know if there is interest in such charts, so I tried to prepare a graph of the most advanced line I-M284 (Isles). It is only draft. Please check the correctness of the tree and express your opinion. Sometimes it can be typos. I only included directional SNPs. After the corrections I will prepare this chart for printing. If there is demand, I will prepare charts for other groups.
We have new SNP Pack I-FGC33295 which there is CTS1977-> Y5282 -> FGC33295.
Most of our propositions there are in that Pack. Only six SNPs have probably not passed quality control, which I marked it in red. The current price in the first stage is $ 99, then $ 119. Who can order this test? People from Swedish line: Hörnberg, Swala, Jägstrand and relatives Nils Larsson, Ulf Jonsson and Berglund. Next families: Mellick, Bunn, Zalewski, Bogdański, Saunders, Holmes, Whitfield, Hallford, Gowens, Kimel, Bennett, Bogue, Gallit, Arizzi, Adkins, Trapp. These data are derived from previous search and simulation of 67STR. Unfortunately, for those who have tested less than 67STR it is currently difficult to indicate this test. In uncertain situations administrators will try to find a good solution.
I have my DNA results and I really don't understand them. I got the best kit I could buy...111, but now I get e-mail asking me to buy upgrades, such as Big Y or snips or something like that. I thought I got the top, did I not? I don't know what good the information I already have is, so why should I pay for more information that I don't understand?
Hello, may I ask for help to understand my BigY results (again)? This week I got two new BigY matches and again I try to understand the relations.
I am in I-CTS5332 (Yfull) resp. "CTS5332/PF7472* (Cont2a Group 1a1)" (Table in our M223-group).
I have 5 matches with a known SNP difference = 1. Four of them are not match in CTS5332, one is not matching in Z2001.
Who is my closest relative: The one not in Z2001 (a search for Z2001 gives many times "This position for SNP is not in the YTree"). And what does "Shared Novel Variants": The more shared variants = the closer the connection? Or the less shared?
I'm not sure who of my matches has uploaded to YFull.
I'd like to have Hoffman in YFull but I failed to contact him.
This is an early photo of my greatgrandfather, Hugh Hudson Melrose who was born at Felton, Northumberland, England on 6 Oct 1837. This was the first year England required Birth Registrations so I have that item. He was baptized in the Church of England on 9 Dec 1837. I have done extensive research into my Melrose family getting two more generations back to James Melrose, 1760-1833. They operated an Inn or Pub in Felton until 1873 when at that time, Hugh's mother, Hannah (Huntley) Melrose went to live with a son, William Edward Melrose who lived at Amble, a few miles east on the coast.
My great-grandfather, Fuhaber Johan Friedrich August Ahlemann (known as John Fredrick) was born in Magdeburg 03 Feb 1944. I am seeking his father who was born in 1818 or 1819. His mother was Sophrona Dorothy Krueger (Krieger?) born 16 Sep 1821 in Gardelegen (Lorlin?) Germany. Any help would be appreciated.
Hello, I have a small question to asked about my group BY159 / Y6996 clasified cont.3b1group1b1a. According to the YFul tree, the Cont3b1 group presents a relatively large variety of sub clades coming from Sardinia and is referred to the early european farmers of europe before the arrival of the Indo-Europeans
An ancient genome Rise 552 of the catacomb culture to the north east of the Black Sea and eupedia connects this branch to the Yamna culture and attributes the Presence of the I-M223 in Sardaine to the Vandal Invasion.Would it be possible that this quantity of micro sub clades of sardinia comes only from this invasion? How can I explain the presence of an I-12129 ,4800 years ago as far as Ukraine, whereas this part under the steppes is rather the area of the Indo-european R1b & R1a and ,that the I-M223 emerged from germany?
Hi, everyone. My name is Eduardo. I administrate my grandfather's account on FTDNA. His Y-DNA 12 markers results just came in. His haplogroup is presumed positive as I-M223. He has only 15 exact matches (0 distance) out of 77. So, I'm wondering if it's worth upgrading the test for 25 or 37 markers. The main reason why we ordered the test was trying to find any hint about his direct paternal ancestry. Since, we have no information about his paternal grandfather's father, except for the name whose surname is unclear for us. In the document we have the surname seems to be Bomes or Bomeo. But, it's not a Portuguese surname, not even sounds like one. So, we don't know if it's French, Italian or English. Some people suggested it could be Barnes. Any hints or comments are welcome.
Here's a screen shot of the "Page Size" Box on the DNA Results classic chart. To see all of the results on a single page, change this from 500 to 3000 by clicking on the box and typing in the new number.