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Missouri1455
02-05-2018, 02:06 PM
So my haplogroup up to now is E-V1515* without using bigy

I have tested my ftdna SNPs with Morley Y-dna predictor
the experimental tree: E1b1b1b2(E-Z830) - Most likely

The experimental tree in my opinion seems more accurate because it comes from the same line as E-V1515*
would this make the experimental tree the correct result in this case.

drobbah
02-05-2018, 02:35 PM
Why don't you test some of the SNPs on ftdna? It is much cheaper than getting the bigY.

Also how common is this subclade among Yemenis? Cause judging from the Yfull it seems mostly like a Saudi/Kuwaiti subclade except the V6 which peaks among the Afars/Saho....

Missouri1455
02-05-2018, 02:41 PM
Why don't you test some of the SNPs on ftdna? It is much cheaper than getting the bigY.

Also how common is this subclade among Yemenis? Cause judging from the Yfull it seems mostly like a Saudi/Kuwaiti subclade except the V6 which peaks among the Afars/Saho....

In my opinion it makes more sense to belong e-z830 than e-v38 because e-v1515 is connected to e-z830 tree instead; but ill eventually just test them out and see

How accurate is morley y-dna anyways?

drobbah
02-05-2018, 02:51 PM
In my opinion it makes more sense to belong e-z830 than e-v38 because e-v1515 is connected to e-z830 tree instead; but ill eventually just test them out and see

How accurate is morley y-dna anyways?
Since you're Yemeni you could have either Z830/V1515 or E1b1a considering there was and still is a large Bantu descended population in Yemen especially the South.

I have never tried Morley so I can't comment on how accurate it is.

Missouri1455
02-05-2018, 03:22 PM
Since you're Yemeni you could have either Z830/V1515 or E1b1a considering there was and still is a large Bantu descended population in Yemen especially the South.

I have never tried Morley so I can't comment on how accurate it is.

Not bantu thats for sure; but maybe Z830/E-V1515 or E-V38 that is common amongst saudis/kuwaities because we live in the far east around the empty quarter

drobbah
02-05-2018, 03:48 PM
Not bantu thats for sure; but maybe Z830/E-V1515 or E-V38 that is common amongst saudis/kuwaities because we live in the far east around the empty quarter

There is no such thing as "indigenous" V38 in the Arabian Peninsula and it is nearly non-existent in the Horn.The only option left would be a SE African origin wgich nakes sense considering there are still large communities of Bantu (Zanji) descendedants.

Missouri1455
02-05-2018, 04:28 PM
There is no such thing as "indigenous" V38 in the Arabian Peninsula and it is nearly non-existent in the Horn.The only option left would be a SE African origin wgich nakes sense considering there are still large communities of Bantu (Zanji) descendedants.

As i said before from genographic and ftdna i do belong to the E-V1515* and i scored negative for any SE african subclades related to E-V1515 and even its horner affiliates such as E-V1700 and E-V1486 so up to now it is mostly pointing towards E-V1515*; so transferring my SNPs from the ftdna the experimental tree from morley y-dna proved i do belong to E-Z830*which correlates with the E-V1515/E-Z830 lineage which makes more sense

drobbah
02-05-2018, 04:33 PM
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WADIGAJI
08-13-2018, 10:32 AM
Hman92.....did you eventually find out what subclade? I am E-Z830 i am sure ...i did y37 on ftdna and now waiting for the snp result that is pertinent to E-z827.