Isles Scot Clades?
- Hi -
I have been studying the Isles-Scot/I2b1a1 participants from the FTDNA, Y-Search and various surname projects and have collected 9 surnames that can be grouped into a unique Y-DNA marker profile set consisting of <389-2> = 28, <447> = 25, and <449> = 29: McVay, 243352; Ross, 57557; Daniel, 168304; Daniel, 11901; Disney, 76798; Disney, N321170; Disney, 83790; Mahoney, 126867; McAfee, MUT6X. Only McVay has 67 markers with the rest at either 37 markers or 25 markers checked. The first 37 markers are model Isles Scot except for variations in CDYa = 30-32 and CDYb = 35-38 and the Disney people who have 448=21. However, no one except McVay has tested to 67 markers nor did SNP tests for L126, L137 or L369. Can these people be grouped together as a potential clade since they are all tightly related through the first 37 markers?
The second group of 22 Isles-Scot participants can be grouped into the Y-DNA marker profile <389-2>= 28, <447>=25, and <449>=28 but with 12 people who have seemingly random variations in one or two other markers: McVea, 119270; McDonald, 65401; Frazier, 95190; Benton, 33133; Benton, 1485; Morrow, 146452; Burgess, 24815; Burgess, 24482; McBay, 24815; McBay, 144655; Clark, H5WGW; Clark, 195876; Garner, 116535; Parker (3 individuals in Parker family group 6), P64, P219, P351; McAllister, VXTNT; Paden, 170100; Palmer, VUUHZ; Haldene, 41168; Haldene, 41010; Watson, 259300.
These two groups are different than the Isles-Irish/458=25, 447=25, 449=28.
I have a spreadsheet that details all the Y-DNA markers for each person listed above. Let me know if you want it.
Patrick McVay, Kit 243352