Eddy, The only reason would be that you have never sent a Join Request. As long as your Y-DNA ancestor lived in Wales or its borders in early 1800sq orMessage 1 of 1 , Feb 24View SourceEddy,
The only reason would be that you have never sent a Join Request. As long as your Y-DNA ancestor lived in Wales or its borders in early 1800sq or earlier, that is the requirement to join.
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From: "Eddy Y-DNA L706.2+ L513+ DF13+ DF1+" <eddy_2flt@...>
Subject: [walesdna] Re: SNP variation for Welsh populations
Date: Sun, Feb 24, 2013 3:14 AM
i thought i was a member of your group already, although i dont see my FTDNA markers in your group speadsheet listed ( kit 219571). Is thre a reason for not being on your list, what do i have to do?
I am DF13+ tested as well as L513+, L706.2+ and awaiting L9 and L10 test results. All close relations point to Wales (my Father downwards), a lot of family are still living in Crickhowell, and Brynmawr (South Wales) that i visited last year and family history now on FTDNA shows family living in early 1800's as Orcop on Welsh Border too (3 miles from border).
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Susan Rosine" wrote:
> At the moment I believe you are out of SNPs for which to test, until they discover more.
> So you are correct, L21 is the oldest, then DF13, then L513, then 706.2. I believe DF1 is another name for L513.
> Don't test for DF49, it is a "cousin" to your L513. That means you will definitely test NEGATIVE for it. The same goes for L1335, so you may want to cancel that order, if it's not too late.
> I don't recall a lot of Welsh L513 people, but I don't think very many in our project have tested for it.
> Are you a member of our project? It is through FTDNA, and if you have switched from Genebase to FTDNA you could join.
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> From: "Eddy"
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> Date: Sat, 02 Feb 2013 09:20:32
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> Subject: [walesdna] Re: SNP variation for Welsh populations
> Susan hi, Eddy here of kit 219571 in Mikes B2 group,
> Very interesting to hear that, I am L21, and am Df13+ as well as L513+ L706.2+ and i have L9, L10 and L1335 awaiting results.
> should i check for DF49, or is my DF13+ L513+ still consistant with potential Welsh anscestry? A lot of L513 seem to have Welsh connections too?
> My deep range of testing is below and i have done over 111 STR's as well (some on GENEBASE)
> The analysis shows that
> you are positive for the following SNPs: L706.2+ L513+ L21+ DF13+ DF1+; and negative for the following SNPs:
> P314.2- L96- L909- L908- L705- L69- L577- L1333- L159.2- L144- L226- L193- (last 4 tested on GENEBASE before i switched to FTDNA)
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Susan Rosine" wrote:
> > Eddy
> > I really don't think L1335 is below L315 (or L706).
> > In looking at our Wales_Cymru project, most L21+ people should test for DF13 and then DF49. After those results come back, I can advise them what to test for next.
> > The Deep Clade Test is no longer being offered.
> > Susan, Project Co-Admin
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> > From: "Eddy"
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> > Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2013 20:04:07
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> > Subject: [walesdna] SNP variation for Welsh populations
> > Dear All,
> > Eddy here of kit 219571, with a terminal SNP of L706+ (below L513+).
> > As my father's family all came from South Wales and all my 111 markers and matches to date are with welsh surnames and seems to support the theory of Welsh anscestry even further i am intrigued to see how many of welsh origins are tested to 111 markers and how many are L513+ or lower that that?
> > L1335 is seemingly a popular SNP to test for (on L21+ grpoup topic) so i have also ordered that and are any Welsh persons that are L21+ or perferably L513 also testing this too?
> > kind regards
> > Eddy