My "Young" ancestors emigrated to Trois Rivieres, Quebec in 1783 from Scotland. The languages in the birth/death/marriage records flops between English/Frenchsteve_young_z343_cts5601_s1355
Autosomal or Y matches Jeremy? I have several autosomal matches with German surnames (they are Americans), lots of British surnames (they are Americans), a fewalholdcroft
Very interesting :) Nancy (Staples) Creamer On Wednesday, May 6, 2015 2:05 PM, "Charles Weaver bollox799@... [R1b1c_U106-S21]"email@example.com
Population geneticists have established over the last couple of decades that the largest haplogroup among men of European ancestry is R1b-M269. In the last several years, scientific studies and test results from Geno 2.0 and Family Tree DNA have indicated that the subclade defined by U106/S21 represents about 13% of the DNA testing community.
As part of our effort to further knowledge of the haplogroup and its subclades, one of the main points of discussion is advice on SNP testing (FTDNA and YSEQ.net) and especially NGS Y-DNA testing (Big Y and Full Genomes, aka FGC). Through the sharing of SNP test results and Big Y and FGC tests and analysis, we have made and will continue to make significant progress in discovering new subclades. Progress in this field of research depends entirely on the voluntary sharing of our DNA results data. We do encourage those with Big Y and FGC results and analysis to upload that data to our Files section for sharing with and analysis by others.
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This group will also discuss theories about the geographic origin and current day distribution of R1b-U106. The group is also a place to share genealogy research and possibly make connections with distant cousins, both in genealogical and deep ancestry time frames.
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