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The M222 and Subclades Forum serves as a focal point of discussion and as a repository for material on the M222 haplogroup and its subclades. M222, which is a major branch of R1b-L21, is found mainly in the northern and western areas of Ireland along with southwestern Scotland.

You must be a member of the FTDNA M222 and Subclades Project/Group to join this forum. Email address used to join needs to be listed on the Member Information Page at FTDNA. Join requests are worked per information given to request membership. ALWAYS ADD FTDNA KIT NUMBER TO JOIN REQUESTS.

We welcome other FTDNA Group/Project Admins/Co-Admins working with R-L21 and surname type projects with M222 members. Join requests should give details.

Please check out the FILES and LINKS menu items (under MORE).

This is a private project where surname, origin and results data are shared. If privacy is your most important concern this is not the correct group for you as we cannot guarantee subjects of discussion.

An important goal is to discover the full deep ancestral family tree of paternal lineages for all R1b-M222 people. Please consider deeper SNP testing via Big Y, National Geographic 2, FGC, YFull, YSEQ or the Advanced Orders menu in your FTDNA account. Many newly discovered downstream SNP's.

This forum is intended for those interested in the project goals. Do not use this M222 and Subclades Forum for non-specific topics, promotion of a cultural agenda or to denigrate others. Verbal attacks on members aka bullying is not tolerated. This can result in being banned without warning.

Group Information

  • 708
  • Genetics
  • Jun 24, 2014
  • English

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