R SRY2627/Z198/L176

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Gareth Henson Gareth Henson
October 22, 2017 @ 2:46pm
The home page banner is from the Wikipedia page for the Val d'Aran where 48% of a sample of local men were found to belong to R-SRY2627. Photo credit: Wikipedia user Nickj
Philip Nicholson
May 8, 2018 @ 4:27pm
Isn't the Val d'Aran selection just a simple data point? It seems some in the group have concluded this is ground zero. If I took a sample in the centre of hilly Portugal, could I find the same? Or Andorra etc etc etc?
Casey Barrier
June 4, 2018 @ 8:13pm
The Val d"Aran is of interest because of the high percentage of men from that area that exhibit the R-SRY2627 haplogroup. My family can be traced to Canton Bern, Switzerland, but I make no other conclusions beyond that.
Mario Eworo
August 3, 2018 @ 2:53pm
My dad is from Equatorial Guinea and his dad is from Cataluyna and I just tested for R-M167 on 23andme. I always assumed it is a Spanish haplogroup.
Casey Barrier
February 1 @ 6:57pm
Most probably your ancient paternal ancestor was from the Catalonia/Val d'Aran region in the northeastern corner of Spain and adjacent area of France, etc. It is not uncommon for Latin Americans to have such ancestors. Welcome!
Johan Kranenburg Johan Kranenburg has a question!
November 11 @ 9:49am
Hallo, Mijn vastgestelde haplogroep in mijn grote Y is R-BY3221 ( CTS11799). Kunt u mij vertellen wanneer en waar R-BY3221 ( CTS11799) ongevver ontstaan is? Met vriendelijke groet, Johan Kranenburg
Gareth Henson
Yesterday at 2:20pm
Goedenavond Johan. Jouw haplogroep is een tak van R-CTS4549 die in heel West-Europa is gevonden, van Portugal tot Nederland. R-CTS4549 is ongeveer 2.000-2.500 jaar oud en R-BY3221 is waarschijnlijk een paar honderd jaar jonger.
Johan Kranenburg
Yesterday at 4:03am
hartelijk dank
Johan Kranenburg Johan Kranenburg has a question!
November 11 @ 9:49am
kitnr IN67900
Louis Bruce Louis Bruce
October 8 @ 8:41am
my ancient population i belong to Celt + Frank (6.146) Viking Icelandic + Frank (6.174) Frank (7.992) Celt (8.239) Viking Icelandic (11.65) my modern population 1. North_German (8.308) 2. South_Dutch (9.503) 3. Southeast_English (10.57) 4. Irish (10.68) 5. Southwest_English (11.47) 6. Danish (11.47) 7. West_Scottish (11.62) 8. North_Dutch (12.47)
Jay Rury
October 9 @ 12:20am
What do the numbers in the parenthesis represent?
Louis Bruce
October 9 @ 7:42am
Genetic distance measures how close you are to a given sample. 10 means this is your ancient ancestry 20 means this is part of your ancestral link 30 means possibly related to your ancestry /// This is their explanation of the numbers
Louis Bruce
October 9 @ 7:51am
I used my 23&me kit for this because they include a basic Y and MTDNA in their autosomal test They show my father and myself as R-M167 my mtdna is T2b. Of coarse I have a Y test and deep clade here and a ff our ftdna Y group is sry2627. My point with this is I'm not showing any ancient matches in Iberia at all. They most certainly have ancient samples from this area
Louis Bruce Louis Bruce
October 8 @ 8:33am
This map is a comparison with my Father. The white dots are maternal matches for me. The grey dots are ones my Father has only. The Green are locations I share with my Father
Louis Bruce Louis Bruce
October 8 @ 8:22am
I joined My True Ancestry I paid into 2nd to the top level here are the Ancient samples I am related to paternally by blood.
Jaime Conde Matos Jaime Conde Matos
March 28 @ 6:44am
Good until march 31, 2019.
Keith Martin
March 29 @ 10:20pm
Thanks for sharing the discount codes! I had been hesitating to order the upgrade to Big Y-700 because of the cost, but with the discount, I couldn't resist! I have found very close matches at Y-67 for my MARTIN ancestors, so hopefully this will further clarify those connections.
Jason Bourgeois
September 16 @ 9:23pm
Still way too expensive...
gustav bartra gustav bartra has a question!
May 18, 2018 @ 4:16pm
Are there any R-CTS4299 in this group? Please contact
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Victor Speck
April 17 @ 7:33pm
Yes, I am CTS4299 based on very recent Big Y 700.
Jonathon Bruce #859938
April 18 @ 12:51pm
Positive for R-cts4299 also
Jay Rury
April 25 @ 3:53pm
Also positive for CTS4299
Jason Bourgeois
September 16 @ 9:22pm
Yes, why do you ask?
Louis Bruce Louis Bruce
September 12 @ 7:38am
Since my Grandfather took a free Y12 test from FTDNA in 2002 to my Y test in 09 my count is this 10 matches with other Bruce's 3 non surname 25 marker matches with a distance of 2 and 2 non surname Y12 matches at a distance of 1
Jonathon Bruce #859938
September 12 @ 9:08am
Have you tested DF27 snp?
Douglas Smith
September 13 @ 12:13am
Louis, That's great that your Y-DNA grandfather took the Y12 Test at FTDNA back in 2002! DNA samples at FTDNA are normally good for 25 years. I don't know if you have had any other testing done on his DNA sample, but first, I would recommend that you test his sample for the atDNA Test (Family Finder), if you have not already done so. Second, I would recommend that you test his sample for the Y111 Test. Then, for your DNA sample, I would recommend that you take the Big Y-700 Test. With your Y-DNA grandfather's Y111 markers and your first 111 Y-DNA STR markers from your Big Y-700 Test, you will create your Bruce family's unique Y-DNA STR Haplotype Signature! Then, in order to learn more, you would have to encourage your closest matches at Y37, Y67, and Y111 to take the Big Y-700.
Louis Bruce
September 13 @ 6:06am
Douglas Last year I tried to order the FF test on my Grandfather's sample . They tried hard twice too get it with no luck . The sample is too degraded he died that same year in 2002. Some of my Bruce matches have the y67 and I think the y111 I had a deepclade test done on my kit and it says SRY2627. We have some pretty unique markers just in the Y12 range Bennett Greenspan told me years ago we have markers that almost never occur together. He also said with most people a y12 match is no guarantee of relation but he said in our case if someone showed up with our first 12 he would be willing to bet they're related here are our first 12/// 13 23 14 11 11-12 12 12 11 14 13 31
Louis Bruce
September 14 @ 6:54am
If I had a bunch of Y12 matches "other than surname" I would order all the upgrades. the 3 non surname Y25 matches I have don't even match the first 12 markers and one of the two Y 12 non surname matches I have shows he is R-U106
Lorne Girling Lorne Girling
September 11 @ 5:53am
Upgrade from Y-500 to Y-700 Completed.
James Rader James Rader
September 2 @ 12:36am
James Rader
September 2 @ 12:42am
I am looking for advice for what I can do to get branching to occurr in my Big Y-700 study. I just posted the family tree of the people I am working on. I have a terminal group of SNPS which I think should have branches in it Y-Haplogroup: R-FGC35930 Terminal SNPs: A12555 • FGC35929 • FGC35930 • FGC35931 • FGC35933 • FGC35934 • FGC35936 • FGC35937 • FGC35938 • FGC35939 • FGC35940 • FGC35941 • FGC35942 • FGC35943 • FGC35944 • FGC35945 • FGC35946 • FGC35947 • FGC35950 • FGC35951 • FGC35952 • ZS922
James Rader
September 2 @ 12:44am
the lobster color are tests due with over 23 weeks in processing. The green are just starting their process through FTDNA Big Y-700. WHERE ELSE SHOULD I ADD TESTS TO IDENTEFY THE ACTUAL BRANCHES?
Douglas Smith
September 7 @ 2:13am
James, The usual recommendation for 2 men taking the Big Y-700 test is that they should not be any closer than Y-DNA 4th cousins, otherwise their results will be too similar and not create any new branches. Y-DNA 4th cousins have a common Y-DNA 3rd great-grandfather; that is 5 generations before the main tested men. Then, if we make their Y-DNA 3rd great-grandfather the main tested man, 5 generations before him is the Y-DNA 8th great-grandfather of the original main tested men, making the next man who should take the Big Y-700 test their Y-DNA 9th cousin. I don't think the Big Y-700 recommended-match-testing-formula needs to be followed this rigidly, but, in a perfect world, in order to learn the most about our own Big Y-700 test results, Genetic Genealogy Scientists recommend that we test: 1. a Y-DNA 4th, 5th, or 6th cousin 2. a Y-DNA 9th, 10th, or 11th cousin 3. a Y-DNA 14th, 15th, or 16th cousin 4. a Y-DNA 19th, 20th, or 21st cousin 5. a Y-DNA 24th, 25th, or 26th cousin So, if you are James 1942, then Casper 1732 is your Y-DNA 5th great-grandfather; and if you are testing Y-DNA descendants of his other 2 sons, then that should certainly yield additional Y-DNA SNP branches within your common Rader family. That's a great family tree chart that you posted! Good luck with finding out more information from the other testers' forthcoming Big Y-700 results! By the way, James, I remember you! You were one of my 39 Big Y matches from the original Big Y test. Then, when FTDNA transitioned to the Big Y-500 test, my number of matches went to 0. I see your group of 4 Rader men on Alex Williamson's "The Big Tree." I am on there to the left of you a bit as: 446556 - Andersson - Flag of Sweden. The land where my Earliest Known Y-DNA Ancestor was born (currently: Bohuslän/Båhuslen; formerly: Viken/Vigen) is currently ruled by Sweden (1658-Present); it was ruled by Denmark-Norway (1523-1658); it was ruled by Kalmar Union (1397-1523); it was ruled by Norway (1016-1397); and it was originally ruled by Denmark (Earliest Known History-1016). Have you found any new information as to the Y-DNA origin of your Rader family in Europe? I am guessing they were from somewhere in Germany or maybe Switzerland. Our most-recent common Y-DNA SNP is Z207, which is currently believed to have occurred about 866 BC/BCE (with a range of 1501 BC/BCE - 307 BC/BCE).