there are 46 samples listed under K1c2 - so a lot of work to be done. Maybe if Y-Full are working up the tree, it would be useful if everyone or at least more people could submit their mtDNA results. I have +500 CR regions matches at the K1c2 level at FTDNA so this is a lot of people
Snap shot of Y-full tree showing five branches below K1c2
Hello all, I'm tested positive for k1a4a1k and I was wondering if there are more people from North Africa here positive for this branch? I got tested through Yfull and not through FTDNA.
Can you tell me how I can edit my info to include Maternal Ancestry Name and Country?
Benjamin Hodge (120 years) d. October 1, 1933, Poplar Bluff Missouri, FGC5494 , BY11582, father Aries Hodge, mother Katherine, ...family members Curtis Hodge(s) Sr, William Hodges, Stephen, Amos , Ervine, all d 1845 .... connection to John Hodge Lockport Grand Master, Elmira, ...Taunton, Massachusetts/ William Hodges 2nd voyage James Cook, Great Priory of Scotland, James R Hodge, ... Ben Hodge or Uncle Ben will appear in newspaper from late 1920’s till his death 1933.... his son Frank Hodge marry Sarah Wheeling (Wheeler) K1a1b2b .... searching for Aries Hodge origins
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Good reading. Otzi is mentioned in the book on the right. I just found out I'm related to the Author, Bryan Sykes. We share YDNA with Tsar Nicolas II. His daughter is Anastasia Romanov. *Just a note re: Saxons, Vikings, and Celts. There is a U.K. edition with the alternative title, Blood of the Isles.
K1c1h is my FTDNA mtFull haplo group.
The mtDNA journey video has some interesting information in it.
I'm related to Otiz the ice man, he lived around 5,300 years ago in the copper age in Northern Italy.
I'm wondering if were all K mtDNA in this project if were all related to Otiz the ice man?
Please share your mtDNA journey video.
I am new with K1a10a. My last known direct maternal ancestor was Sarah (?), wife of Joseph Bartlett (1769-1842). Their first four children were baptized in New York City in the Broadway and 71st Christ Episcopal Church. The family went to Washington County, Ohio circa 1803. The father, Joseph Bartlett, was born in England in 1760 according to his tombstone in Washington County Ohio. Unfortunately, Sarah's stone just has the birth and death year. Her daughter Sarah stated that her mother was born in England for the 1880 census. However, another daughter stated her mother was born in New York in 1880. Those are the only two children who lived past 1880. According to my FtDNA matches, I have no zero step matches in the Family Tree DNA database yet. The photograph is of Sarah (?) Bartlett's granddaughter (my direct ancestor), Esther Daniels Smith.
my greatgrandmother Lydia Dalke (K1b2a3) from Wykno, Middle-Poland
Stina Greta Samuelsdotter, born December 1821 Norra Vi, Yds Ostergotland, Kisa --- died October 1890 Erikslund, Gronde, Kisa, Ostergotaland, Sweden.My 2X great-grandmother on the direct, straight-line female ancestor line. She's the X in my XY, passing her K1b2a3 mtDNA to her daughter - her grand-daughter - her great grand-daughter - to me.