View Full Version : From grandparents to grandchildren. The descendants of L2.

01-14-2019, 02:47 PM
Every person who starts an investigation like ours wants to know where their ancestors come from. It is evident that over the centuries, millennia, our ancestors were moving, but given a given moment, a subclass was born in a certain place. Thanks to the scientific studies they are finding many old adn L2 that relate it to the Bell Beaker, but and their children and grandchildren where they were born? Can you tell what your hypothesis is about your subclass? Perhaps, if we find the place of birth of the children and grandchildren of L2, we can find out the origin of the grandfather. What do you think?

I descend from R-BY3485, my hypothesis is that his birth could take place somewhere in the Alps. What's yours? Where do you think he was born? Do you think that if we locate the cousins we will find the birthplace of grandfather L2?


Best regards

01-14-2019, 08:45 PM
My grandchild of L2 is A6454. His children are BY3493 and BY771. I'm in the former and am from a German line but there's also French, Sardinian and British. On the BY771 side there's a lot of Scottish and Irish as well as a Dutch fellow. It still seems very scattered but if you draw a box around the descendants maybe it was easy enough to travel between the English Channel and the Alps. Hmm, maybe the Sa˘ne-Rhone river valley?

01-15-2019, 10:11 PM
How did you create the above tree?

01-16-2019, 05:08 PM
How did you create the above tree?

With Libreoffice Draw.