H2 mtGenome

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Are you a member of the H2 mtGenome project?
Marc Olivier Marc Olivier
May 28, 2017 @ 5:16pm
Dear friends and cousins, thanks to your support and to your curiosity, my paper reached those who take decisions regarding research in anthropological, archaeological, historical and genetical fields in most advanced countries on that topic. It has changed the course of events, it has disrupted mainstream and dominent visions, sometimes forced to stop some hypocrit or out of date concensuses. It has surely demonstrated that History and Genetics are compatible and that they belong to all of us and in the same time to each of us, because each lineage has its own history to be told. Thanks you for your attention, I am grateful. Thank you, Marc. https://www.academia.edu/32284957/EDDA_Part_1_How_Women_from_Lesser_Caucasus_H2a1_MtDNA_have_recorded_and_transmitted_the_most_ancient_and_longest_lasting_Human_Testimony
Gunhild Hedenström
May 29, 2017 @ 3:18am
I have downloaded the document. I`ts very intresting. Gunhild
Laudi Culbertson
June 14, 2017 @ 4:58am
I, too, am H2a1.
Rebecca Cann
June 21, 2017 @ 3:22pm
Marc, I am from Iran and my mtDNA is H2a2. Read your article with great interest. Thank you for your work. Very interesting insight. Do you happen to know where I can get more info. on H2a2 subclad? Thanks.
Richard Blandini
May 5 @ 10:48pm
@RebeccaCann are you originary from Iran?
Robert Sliwinski Robert Sliwinski
Admin
May 1 @ 7:45pm
Hi, if you have uploaded your mtDNA results recently they have been subgrouped today. Robert
Brian Colquhoun Brian Colquhoun
April 25 @ 3:46pm
Question: my haplogroup is H2a1, my father's is H1m1. I manage both. I tried to upload to Y-Full and it correctly assigned my Y results (same as Dad's of course, but I didn't run his) but assigned me his mtDNA results instead of my own. Does anyone know how I can change this?
Doreen Van Assen Doreen Van Assen
July 17, 2017 @ 3:09am
Hello I am new to posing to this group. My haplo group I recently learned is H2a2b. I was wanting to know more information about this group. All my maternal family are from The Netherlands. Are any others here with the same haplo group?
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Gunhild Hedenström
July 28, 2017 @ 3:17am
Lora Robbins dotter and son surnames are very common in Sweden.
Mary Geer
August 3, 2017 @ 3:39pm
Dotter and son sen are scandinavian. The Icelanders are basicall the only vikings that stll use Dotter, sone faris islanders too. son is generally Swedish and sen is generally Danish and Norweigen.
Margareta Holmgren
August 6, 2017 @ 10:40am
In Sweden most names that ends with "son" has been like a usual surnames for a couple of generation, but there are some that has kept the family tradition too, like my friend named Stigsdotter, her fathers names are Stig Gunnarsson, so that family have honored the old way of naming. My family left that way of naming the next generation behind sometimes around 1870-1890 on both my mothers and my fathers side of the family.
Jennifer Borski
April 25 @ 2:54pm
Hello Doreen! I am also H2a2b! I am just starting on my maternal ancestry so I don't have a lot of information as of yet.
Eerik Yrjölä Eerik Yrjölä
April 24 @ 3:52pm
My H2a1a apparently got a new branch in the YFull mt-tree. The new one is H2a1a-a4. It is worth sending the data over to YFull as it is cheap and provides new algorithms. It is still a fairly old Hg, but progres appreciated. I have just two matches on the same branch at YFull. The FTDNA H2a1a has 25 matches.
Martti Korhonen
April 25 @ 9:50am
Oma äitilinja YFullissa muuttui. H2a1 muuttui H2a1o:si, joka on jo vähän lähempänä nykyaikaa, ajoitettu 1200 vuotta sitten?
Rita Belghiti Rita Belghiti has a question!
April 25 @ 8:13am
Hi all - on jameslick dna, they matched my haplogroup to both H and H2. On FTDNA I am an H only, therefore I'm a bit confused, why not putting me in H2 on here as the jameslick tool did, since H2 is a narrower cluster than H? Many thanks
R. Colbert R. Colbert has a question!
November 9 @ 11:50am
After taking mtDNA test from FTDNA, I found out my mother's side of family is H2a2a1. However, I have no idea what that means. Nor do I understand how to interpret the 24+ pages of names that are connected to my H2a2a1. Is there a book I can buy to help me understand what's going on?
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Tomas Kopsa
November 17 @ 4:31pm
There is book about genetic genealogy "The Family Tree Guide to DNA Testing and Genetic Genealogy" from Blaine T. Bettinger. It covers autosomal (FTDNA's Family Finder), Y-DNA and mtDNA, but I haven't read the part about mtDNA in details yet.
Robert Sliwinski
December 1 @ 2:58pm
The exact match to your H2a2a1 maternal line is the most relevant. I suggest contacting those matches first to compare family trees.
Lora Robbins
February 8 @ 12:29am
I'm H2a2a1 with zero 0 distance matches. I have a few 1's and 2's and then pages of distant matches. Do any of you have 0 distance matches?
Richard Blandini
April 17 @ 12:53am
I am h2a2 from Italy
Elia Costa Elia Costa
January 26 @ 4:24am
Hello everyone. I just received my mtFull and I belong to H2a1. All my family roots are located at some villages of Spain (Pedreguer, Gata de Gorgos, Denia- Alicante province) that are mostly descendants of Balearic Islands migrants back in 1611 (Mallorca - Felanitx, Sant Joan, Santa Margalida, Lluchmajor & Ibiza). Anyone around sharing this origin? Thanks (Gedmatch Genesis kit #SE9083209).
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Brian Colquhoun
February 7 @ 2:18pm
H2a1 from USA of Scottish ancestry. If I'm correct, even a 0GD for mtDNA could have a TMRCA of thousands of years.
Eerik Yrjölä
February 8 @ 12:54am
I'm one branch further on H2a1a and the known direct maternal roots are in southern Finland. It is facinating how wide this mutation has spread. So far the closest matches with genetic distance 0 there is just one Finnish match. 20 matches with genetic distance of 1 and out of these one in Sweden and one in Latvia. I've included only the mtFull Sequence tests.
Margareta Holmgren
February 9 @ 3:42am
Yes, that very first H2a1 lady have had an awful lot of offsprings. In order of having generation after generation of daughters to spread that mtDNA this line of women have been very successful. My line have most certainly thrived by the Botnia Bay northern Scandinavia and their ascendents seem very interested in genealogy considering how many of us that have taken the test. I found this interesting paper on line and maybe you will find it interesting too. http://www.academia.edu/35491026/The_discreet_Origin_of_H2a1_MtDNA_and_its_sudden_Eurasian_Expansion_offer_a_unique_Testimony_about_what_remained_from_the_Natufians_the_Neolithic_Revolution_in_Near_East_and_Chalcolithic_in_Lesser_Caucasus
Richard Blandini
April 16 @ 11:43pm
Hi Elia Costa, I am h2a2 and tested with Living DNA. I am from the island of Sicily
Robert Sliwinski Robert Sliwinski has a question!
May 1, 2018 @ 8:01pm
Have any H2a2a1's in this group ever tested with Living DNA? They are supposed to provide you with a maternal mtDNA haplogroup.
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Anthony JP Gough
May 20, 2018 @ 6:26pm
Yes. I'm H2a2b1a1 and I received the same designation at Living DNA.
Janet Shorthose
November 30 @ 9:53pm
Yes I am H2a2a1 but was first tested as R6b with Living DNA
Robert Sliwinski
December 1 @ 2:56pm
Janet I was as well, I had to contact them to have them re-evaluate!
Richard Blandini
April 16 @ 11:42pm
Hi, I am h2a2 and tested with living dna. I am from Italy
Richard Blandini Richard Blandini
April 16 @ 11:42pm
Any h2a2 from Italy?