My FamilyTreeDNA Project Website Title - Results

Our members' test results are grouped by their haplogroup, either as estimated by Family Tree DNA, or as confirmed by SNP testing. The test results that we now have include the following:

Group A: Haplogroup A.

Group E: Haplogroup E.

Group E: O'Keane sept of Connemara & Co Mayo.

Group G: Haplogroup G. With just one member thus far (although he has kin who have not joined), we await future developments.

Group I1: Haplotype I1 which can be pre-Celtic British and Irish, or Norse Vikings settled in Ireland & the Isle of Man.

Group I2a: Haplogroup I2a, pre-Celtic British and Irish

Group I-L161: Haplogroup I2a2, a Cain/Keane/Quinn group from Kilkee, Co Clare;

Group I2b: Haplogroup I2b, pre-Celtic British and Irish.

Group J: Haplogroup J, generally associated with Roman settlement in the British Isles and/or Jewish origins.

Group R1a: Haplogroup R1a indicating Norse (Viking) descent, principally from the Scottish Isles, Isle of Man and Ulster.

Group R-DF13: Haplogroup R-L21, British and Irish Celts.

Group R-DF21: O'Cathain of Cenel Sedna, east Co Galway, bearing names Cain, Kane & Keane. Celtic DNA with P312 and L21;

Group R-L226 Irish Type 3: A Kane/Cain lineage from southwest Co Clare. Celtic DNA Irish Type III positive for SNP L226;

Group R-L513 Kilrush: O'Cathain of the Shannon estuary, Co. Clare & Co.Kerry. This group possibly descend from the O'Cahane coarbs of St Senan who held Iniscatha (Scattery Isle) and one quarter of Kilrush. This group includes members named Cain, Kane & Keane. Celtic DNA with P312 and L21;

Group R-L21 MacEain: McCains of Ulster & Scotland, bearing Celtic SNPs P312 and L21;

Group R-L1335 Scots Type: Members with haplotype/genotype resembling the Scots Modal or Colla Uais (an Irish King) Modal

Group R-L21 South Irish Type: A Cain/Kane group from the province of Munster, Ireland bearing the South Irish Modal haplotype and SNP markers P312 and L21.

Group R-M222 North West Irish Type: O'Cathain of Ciannachta Glinne-geimhein, Co. Derry, a branch of the Northern Ui Niall, descended from King Niall Noigallach. (See "Matching Niall of the Nine Hostages" on the FTDNA home page). This large group, positive for markers P312 and L21, is readily distinguished from other Cain/Kane/Keanes by marker M222+);

Group R-M269: Haplogroup R-M269 "Caucasian" requiring deep clade testing in order to learn more.

Group R-M269: Keanes from the Galway & Roscommon border.

Group R-P312 Cain: An unidentified Cain group with Celtic P312+ DNA;

Group R-U106 "Frisians": nominally "Frisian" (Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Viking) people negative for P312, instead bearing U106.

Group R-U152 Celts : La Tene Celts, principally from Ireland and Britain with deep ancestral origins in the European Alps, bearing SNP markers P312 and U152.

Group R-Z253 "Briefne clans type".

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