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13 24 11 Cluster

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Thank you to everyone involved, I checked today and I'm down to 7 unnamed variants with a new name for the cluster, R-BY33288. I shall continue to search for
ashman372
30
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Jan 19

British Isles origin

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Interesting test. http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2017/11/13/quadruplets-put-dna-heritage-companies-to-the-test/
Russel Taylor
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Jan 17

Weird results on semargl.me

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Al - or perhaps, horror of horrors, a Highland Scot in a plaid and whacking great cleidh mhor
peter lawrie
15
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Jan 13

StR market rates

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I was assuming he knew his paternal ancestry for the last four/ five generations or so. If that's not the case then the possibility that the NPE is quite
Piero Sinclair
15
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Jan 8

decapitated skeletons buried near Roman fortlet at Musselburgh, Scot

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Al, they must have had the equivalent of "beer glasses" even in those days otherwise there would be very few of us here. :)   On Monday, January 8, 2018,
John Howells
34
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Jan 8

Attn: any BigY testers who received results before early October 201

(24)
Thanks James, I had indeed uploaded build 38 a couple of months back. Cheers
busterleadbelly
24
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Jan 5

New file uploaded to R1b1c_U106-S21

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amy, have you joined this taylor project group? russ
Russel Taylor
1611
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Jan 4

FTDNA Big Y matches under new format: anyone getting any?

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AlI have 111 markers but it is easier to find matches with 67 markers at Ysearch and the semargl.me site. If I had the matches that some testers have I would
C.B.
63
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Jan 3

Is Big Y the only way?

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People will see DC named variants showing up in their results.   Some ARE good calls and there are a couple that should never have been named.  Look at the
Wayne Kauffman
42
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Jan 2

Roman Gladiators DF98 and DF96

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Brad: I downloaded and read your entire work with great interest ! I commend your investigative method and results...and the blend of sociology and genetic
richardyouatt
40
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Dec 31, 2017

New Member

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Welcome to the group Myles! There is no better place to be since you are U106. The guys around here will give great advice on further testing and the pros and
Charles Weaver
19
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Dec 31, 2017

Hi! I really need help in really understanding my Dad's Big Y DNA te

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I think looking at where surnames are concentrated can be useful. I find Ancestry pretty useful on UK surname origins because it provides maps based on census
John Howells
12
posts
Dec 30, 2017

Chromo 2 results

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Hi David, just noticed your post. I do have my raw dna but it's in an indigestible form on Notepad, which is where it was sent when I downloaded it. I notice
Piero Sinclair
107
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Dec 27, 2017

Magoon Y Elite results for Z343 > FGC11780 / FGC11784 branch

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See also the Germanic name 'Uwe', English Jewitt, and French "Jouette". My money would be on the latter forms.
mm_rogers
68
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Dec 24, 2017

LivingDNA

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Harold, I think a 55% British ancestry might say more about the extreme influence of your forefathers on British genetics so for those of us primarily with
Harold E Locke
115
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Dec 23, 2017
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