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Re: Next SNP to test for downstream of Z343

I was curious if Iain or any other Z1ers could help out with this question or offer some theories. Or any one really!! Thanks Josh
symonsjosh13
9:18 PM
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J1-M267 SNP Pack available

107 SNPs downstream of M267 for $99. So maybe it won't be long before we have R1b SNP packs. I hope ours includes SNPs downstream of L257....
dosbearsdotcom
3:45 PM
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33655

Re: Confusion Over Haplogroup

Yep. So it's totally hit or miss. But this year's Holiday Sale backlog is considerably worse than last year's. Last year it took until June to clear it
Charles Moore
1:49 PM
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33654

Re: Confusion Over Haplogroup

There are complaints on other forums about protracted delays at FTDNA, however SNP tests are usually quite quick in my experience -- unless a new sample kit is
gtc131
1:19 PM
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Re: Confusion Over Haplogroup

His test was ordered in December during the sale. However, some tests do take 6 months. Charles
Charles Moore
7:24 AM
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Re: Confusion Over Haplogroup

Chris, it means that we still don't know exactly where your L6 fits below U106. It appeared that it might fit below FGC3861, so that's why we did the test.
Charles Moore
7:07 AM
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33651

Re: Richard 3 cousins

Sorry, that should read MARGARET Tudor. On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 1:19 PM, Piero Sinclair ... Sorry, that should read MARGARET Tudor.
Piero Sinclair
6:24 AM
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33650

Re: Richard 3 cousins

Including me, naturellement. Alexander Sinclair of Latheron married Jean Cunningham, whose mother was Janet Leslie, whose mother was Lady Jean Stewart, whose
Piero Sinclair
6:19 AM
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Richard 3 cousins

Apparently between 1 and 17 million of us are related to Rich 3, although the chance is much increased if your surname sounds like an item of antique
alholdcroft
5:39 AM
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33648

Re: Confusion Over Haplogroup

Did FTDNA take around 6 months to test just one SNP for you?
gtc131
Mar 27
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Re: Confusion Over Haplogroup

Hi Charles, It's taken a long time but just got my FGC3861 results back U106+, U198-, L1-, L48-, P89-, FGC3861-, P107- They don't list that I am L6 positive
ATKINSON CHRIS
Mar 27
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Estes example of bigY matching in L21

Roberta's post today at: DNAeXplained - Genetic Genealogy http://dna-explained.com/ is a nice example of big Y matching working within a surname line with good
phil.chaddock
Mar 26
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33645

Re: Reconciling FTDNA Big Y matches....

Thank you Charles...   that answers my questions and now i just have to wait and see what we get.~wanda = Tuckers Z12 Thank you Charles... that answers my
Wanda Taylor
Mar 26
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A recent bottleneck of Y chromosome diversity coincides with a globa

A recent bottleneck of Y chromosome diversity coincides with a global change in culture http://genome.cshlp.org/content/earl...4.114.abstract
pngarr
Mar 26
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Re: Large-scale whole-genome sequencing of the Icelandic population

There are 4 papers, one a determination of Y chr mutation rate. Table of contents : NPG focus: Genomes of Icelanders
pngarr
Mar 26
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