View Full Version : Have you discovered Haplogroups on different paternal lines?

04-22-2017, 10:20 AM
Through cousins who tested:

My maternal grandfather: L-M27
My my meternal grand mothers father: R1a1a
My paternal grand mothers father: G2a

04-22-2017, 01:15 PM
Well, besides my father's line -- which is R-L1029 per FTDNA, but only R-M417 per 23andMe -- I only know one. It seems that my mother's father was probably I-M253.

This is based on the haplogroup of a 2nd cousin at 23andMe, and it's only correct if I'm right that my maternal grandfather was his paternal grandfather's brother.

Unfortunately, Ancestry doesn't do either Y-DNA testing or mt-DNA testing; and 23andMe doesn't do either one all that well.

04-22-2017, 02:59 PM
One of my paternal second great grandmothers was a Washburn. I have been in contact with some confirmed cousins on that Washburn y-dna line, which is how I know her father was I-M253.

One of my paternal great grandmothers was a Holmes. Through contact with some confirmed cousins on that y-dna line, I know her father was E-V13.

I would really like to find out to which y haplogroup my maternal grandfather belonged, but I have not been able to yet.

04-22-2017, 03:02 PM
Paternal R1b-L21+, Maternal R1b-U152+..

04-22-2017, 04:14 PM
My maternal grandfather was R1b-U152.

04-22-2017, 05:00 PM
My maternal grandfather was J1e.
While the father of my paternal grandmother was likely J2a.

04-22-2017, 05:19 PM
A-M13 on my paternal side and B-M181 on my mother's paternal line -- the A-M13 is currently batched (#740) for BigY results due in mid June; I'd like to eventually do the same for the B-M181.

Unlike my paternal A-M13, the B-M181 is an ungrouped isolate and has a much further genetic distance to fellow project members. So, it should be interesting to see what new SNPs might be discovered.

My maternal line are Eastern-Sudanic speakers said to have started migrating from lake turkana (extreme south/western Ethiopia) around the 1600s. It'll be neat to see if the SNP test reveals a connection to other nilotes in this migration or show a link to neighbouring B rich hunter gatherers like the Mbuti pygmies or other regional HGs that are yet to be identified.

04-23-2017, 03:43 AM
Paternal side E-V32 (E1b1b1a1a2)
Maternal Grandfather T-M70

Both are very common among Somalis which is pretty boring lol.I will be testing my father for his mtdna soon

05-28-2017, 08:20 PM
Yes -- see sig line below. :)

Edward J
05-28-2017, 09:11 PM
I have spent some time trying to chase down some other lines...closest ones appear to be U-106, U-152, and R1a1a. Would like to convince of my cousins (or his 90+ year old brother) to test to nail down my maternal grandfather.

05-28-2017, 09:26 PM
I have the Y-DNA of 10 of my ancestral lines through distant relatives.

5 R1b-DF27
2 R1b-U152
1 R1b-L21
1 E-V13
1 I2a1a1

05-29-2017, 04:02 PM
I have found several R1b-U106, two lines which were R1b-DF19, an I1 and a G2a, all Dutch. Still waiting on my own results.

05-29-2017, 04:42 PM
Paternal Grandfather - R1a-L657
Paternal Grandmother's mother - C5a-P92
Maternal Grandfather - L1c-M357
Maternal Grandmother's father - J2a-L26

Ydna of matches in FTDNA
upto 3rd cousin -5th cousin
R2a-M124 ,L295- -2
R1a-Y40 -1
R1a-Z2123 -1
J2b2-M241+ L283+ -1
F-M89 -1
L1a-M76 -1

of this R2a-M124 R1a-Y40 lines are possibly related within 4 or 5 generations through paternal side

upto 5th cousin -remote cousin

F-M89 -1
H1a-M82 -2
J2a-L534 -1
J2b2-M241+ L283+ -1
L1a-M27 - 3
R1a-L657 -3
R1a-Z2123 -1
R1a-Z94+ L657- -1
R2a- M124+ L295- -2
R2a- P267 -1
R1b-M269 -1

05-29-2017, 05:29 PM
I have found several R1b-U106, two lines which were R1b-DF19, an I1 and a G2a, all Dutch. Still waiting on my own results.

Cool. Do you know any more about the DF19's subclades or origins?

05-29-2017, 08:58 PM
Cool. Do you know any more about the DF19's subclades or origins?

These two lines are from North Brabant and the West of Guelders, they are part of the DF19 project in FTDna, both are Z17112+, but of different subclades L644 and Z27257. Z17112+ also contains many German and British lines, so it was already diversified in West-Germanic tribes. I think it is an interesting subgroup, and I would like to see a map of it. It is also interesting that these two lines are from the small region in which my own paternal line originates, so that makes me wonder about my own yet unknown haplogroup, but I think it is about 5% chance of belonging to it.

05-29-2017, 09:55 PM
Yeah, either Z17112 was a very successful chieftain somewhere, or he managed to stay home and impregnate everyone else's wives - it's a crazy branching-out point for his offspring.