) is an SNP subclade of the larger L21+ DF13+ clade. Z249 appears equivalent to L513. L513 people are scattered across the British Isles, Scandinavia, Benelux, France and even Germany. Many of the subgroups have Most Recent Common Ancestors that go back to 800-1200 AD.
Gaels, Medieval Normans, Flemish-Norman allies, Hiberno-Vikings, ancient Gauls or Brythonic Celts? or all of the above? Join the message board and share your ideas. Click on the "Messages" on the left to view the board. Let us know your Most Distant Ancestor information and any surname origin/folklore.
Check out the "Links" menu item on the left. Some family history links are there for this haplogroup. Also check the "Files" menu. A spreadsheet of confirmed and suspected L513 people is there.
The Ysearch modal for L513 people is ZN8M3.
There are over 20 subgroups. Several are associated with SNP's. L193, L706.2, L705.2, L908, L909, L577, L9, L10, L192.1, L1333, L69(.5) and P66 are descended from L513.
The largest families include the Anglin, Banks, Barrett of Mayo, McKenzie, McClain/MacLean, St.Clair/Sinclair, Elliott, Kingston, Kelly of Kildare, Little/Lytle, Burns/Byrnes of Monaghan, Maguire/McGuire of Fermangagh, O'Gara, O'Shea of Cork, Ross/Rose of Kilvarock and Massey/Massie, Walsh/Welch/Welsh and Vance/Vans of Barnbarrch, Vance of N.Ireland.
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