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Which Branch of the Tree??

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Me too Bill. On Wed, Feb 10, 2016 at 11:47 PM, Bill William bugshockey@...
fewrfree
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3:47 AM

great list of burial items found through the Mount (including the Dr

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The Mount and surrounding areas (and including what became Driffield Terrace) were apparently high status burial sights... according to the types of finds
Charles Weaver
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4:48 PM

6 tree updated

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Thanks Gerald and Ray... I have ordered a Panel for "Tucker-U106" at YSeq -- will let you know when it is available. ~wanda - Tuckers @ A5616
wing_genealogist
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9:00 AM

New file uploaded to R1b1c_U106-S21

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Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the R1b1c_U106-S21 group. File : / Big-Y
R1b1c_U106-S21@yahoogroups.com
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7:17 AM

BigY pedestrian (but fast) tree-building

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Looks good to me at least on the A9870 addition. :) That's a new SNP created by a match between Scott-225366 and Stresemann-B74844 (myself), which you are
Harald Alvestrand
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Feb 10

Confirmed Haplogroup is R-S8350 ??????

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Paul - I will send you an e-mail off-list! - Iain.
ptomwebster
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Feb 10

YFull analysis completed - what next?

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Yet another data point.... I've completed an YFull analysis of my BigY results. They created a new sublcade for me, it seems: I'm listed under their Y2924*
Harald Alvestrand
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Feb 9

Big-Y comparison result note - missing SNP name

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Carlisle and Booth have been working on a way to better identify locations, which currently have a named SNP or two, where your results represent a new
dna_wayne
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Feb 9

S264*

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The letter G (in a yellow box) after a Novel SNP means the SNP has a mutation in the coding region of a gene. I have 11 of them. Can anyone explain the
Ciaran Boylan
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Feb 9

New clade below Z30 discovered

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The process of updating the tree below Z30 was quite laborious and prone to errors such as that.  As I explained in my prior message, it does appear S10250
wing_genealogist
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Feb 9

Re: YElite analysis, was: BigY 580 enhanced spreadsheet

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I would agree with your last paragraph, Wayne. But it is going to be too confusing, except for those really interested in such things. Few people are going
Iain McDonald
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Feb 8

BigY 580 enhanced spreadsheet

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Perhaps it would be a good idea to ask for help from Alex Williamson. He integrates Big Y and FGC results on the Big Tree and (I believe) is an FGC tester
phr34dom
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Feb 8

3DRIF-16 (York DF96 guy) is likely DF96 > S11515 > L1

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Very interesting! The Treveri have always been on my radar... but as you say it's still hard to prove for sure. Another thing I did notice while messing about
Alex Williamson
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Feb 7

6DRIF-3 (The Roman DF98 guy) is FGC14816+ FGC14817+

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Not that I have any vested interest in the outcomes of this discussion, but I recall that we were or are missing autosomal data from France in particular. The
Alex Williamson
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Feb 6

another york skeleton though to be a gladiator... this one not burie

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Continuing our Gladiator theme... and concerning burials... etc. Ahh this was the article I was looking for... a skeleton of a large man believed to also be a
Charles Weaver
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Feb 6
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