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Re: sons of L1065

If anyone finds something that doesn't fit with what is presented on the tree, please let me know. Either post it here, or e-mail me directly. I have put a
Alex Williamson
9:53 PM
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Re: sons of L1065

Hi Susan, Please remind me of the situation that needs to be addressed. Thanks, Alex On 2015-07-04 7:48 PM, Susan Hedeen chantillycarpets@...
Alex Williamson
9:42 PM
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29360

Re: sons of L1065

Hi Richard, I agree with you, some care should be taken with my tree. It is not checked in the same way the ISOGG tree is. I do what I can, but I don't
Alex Williamson
9:20 PM
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Re: sons of L1065

Richard, I think these types of trees being proposed are draft trees. That doesn't mean they are correct, but further validation is generally needed. You
Mike W
8:21 PM
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29358

Re: sons of L1065

To the best of my knowledge, Alex uses the .vcf and .bed files from FTDNA. He will consult the .BAM files if: a) a link is made available directly to him; b)
Susan Hedeen
4:48 PM
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29357

Re: sons of L1065

OK I agree re INDELs ie disregard them unless they are useful re genealogy. However what do I and others do with BAMs which contradict the Allele call in
richard829537
3:20 PM
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Re: sons of L1065

Hi, Richard, There is a difference between variants to be used for calculating and other variants that may possibly have some phylogenetic uses as far as
Susan Hedeen
3:05 PM
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Re: sons of L1065

I would take care with Alex's Big Tree. I follow closely developments in the L1335 area and frankly I'm having difficulty in understanding Alex's proposed
richard829537
2:59 PM
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Re: sons of L1065

Lee, it's not. I'm trying to come up with a new format for that tree that "data" based and trying directly import the Big Tree to do that. I'm not there. I
Mike W
11:42 AM
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Big- Y Coupon needed

Does anyone have an Big-Y coupon that hasn't expired. Also, does anyone know if FTDNA will offer more coupons this summer. Thanks. John Pruett
john.pruett1
11:30 AM
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Re: sons of L1065

Check Alex Williamson's ytree.net L1335 or Mike Walsh's L21 tree on the FTDNA L21 Project--lots more branches off S744! Larry
lwrodgers13
11:23 AM
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Interesting progress on L21/ZZ10/CTS3386

HelloPlease take note that the BIGY results of James Nolan has been recently published on FTDNA..It gives interesting additional information on CTS3386+ branch
francois dauphin
7:09 AM
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sons of L1065

Humble amateurs such as myself find the discussion of composition of Scottish males fascinating. My simpleton question: at this point are there still only
Lee Keyes
6:26 AM
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Re: Y -DNA Composition of Scottish Males

Closer to home, here are some R-haplogroup percentages. There are 120 different R-haplogroups in the BritIsles by County list, and these are the most numerous:
Belinda Dettmann
Jul 3
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Re: Y -DNA Composition of Scottish Males

This is a bit OT for the L21 group, but here is a brief summary of Y-haplogroups in the British isles by County project where county of origin is known. This
Belinda Dettmann
Jul 3
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