Now in 2009, we have fourteen men in four genetic families as members of the project. We have six men who are testing as genetic family E1b1b1, a Judeo-Roman subgroup of the larger “E” genetic family group. We have three men who are testing as genetic family G2. This genetic family is found at 2 to 4% levels in most of Europe. We have two men who have tested as genetic family I1, an Anglo-Saxon lineage generally restricted to Northern Europe. And, we have three men who have tested as genetic family R1b1b2. This genetic family is the one occupied by the Celtic peoples of Europe.