Change this thread to (Donegal) Doherty
- Hi Paul,We are Tirconnell Dougherty(s) from O'Dochartaigh. Interesting to find that we share some O'Donnell STRs too.Would you like to share info off-line?Jane GDFR
For Dougherty kit #248822
From: Paul Ó Duḃṫaiġ <pduffy81@...>
Sent: Saturday, August 3, 2013 7:34 PM
Subject: Re: [R1b-L21-Project] Re: L21 Possibly L1066 Mac David Burkes
Not all Doherty's come form Donegal. For example here's a name that's can be "assimilated" to Doherty due to angliscation:-----Ó DUBHARTAIGH—I—O Duarty, O Duhartie, O Dowhirty, Duarty, Doorty, Dooherty, (Doherty); 'descendant of Dubhartach' (black Artach, or compound of dubh, black, art, noble, bear, &c, and the adjectival suffix ach); the name of a family of the Corca Laoighdhe, in south-west Cork. The family, which has been long dispersed through Monster, is numerous in the counties of Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Tipperary, but often disguised as Dohertys.-----Paul(DF41+)On Sun, Aug 4, 2013 at 12:15 AM, Susan Hedeen <chantillycarpets@...> wrote:Dear Jane,
I noticed by your snp list that you have tested extensively:
DF13+, DF23-, L144-, L159.2-, L193-, L21+, L226-, L96-, M222-, M37-, P312+, P314.2-, P66-, U106-
WOW!!! This is very interesting particularly since you are O'Dochartaigh. Before I checked the SNP list I was going to ask after reviewing your haplotype if you had tested for DF23 ...and you have.
I'd like to learn it all...but realistically that isn't going to happen in my life time. I like looking at lineages-- in particular the extended surname lineages and doing the TMRCA of them as I believe that the sub-clade projects benefit from comparing the lineages within each, and I learn a lot.
Perhaps we should talk off list. Susan
On 8/3/2013 4:29 PM, Jane GDFR wrote:Susan,
You have been so kind to answer several of my novice posts, this one too as a follow-on to (possible) geographical placement. Aidan's interesting Norman (pre-Ireland) thread is what inspired my Q. I have assumed that M222- somehow predates M222+, also implying earlier location/migration placement too. Is this faulty thinking as it applies to +/- SNPs?
I find your posts helpful and thought-full! What is your own area of study & focus?
My family is keen on including this kit in any SNP and locale discussions and we hope you can flag it for inclusion in M222+ and M222- as a stow-away in your own M222+ and other Ireland research!
Thanks so very much,
for Dougherty kit #248822
I don't know enough of the details to answer that. I would hope that Gen2 would show that you are positive for something that can then guide you further. It doesn't hit all the BIG ones, but enough of the ones below to show you where you are or aren't. Perhaps you can learn more by going to David Reynolds' site <http://daver.info/geno/results/> and clicking on various things to see what is displayed.------ JoeOn Aug 4, 2013, at 11:54 PM, Jane GDFR wrote: