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MfA
12-31-2013, 02:41 PM
My top 5

mtDNA

8x HV
7x H
6x K1a
3x U5a1a1, T2g, T2b, T2, J1d, J1c2, H13a2, H1
2x W6, U8b, U5a1, U3b, U1a1, T2e, HV4, H1c, H1a1, H11a, H10a1


YDNA

14x R1b1b2a
7x J2
5x E1b1b1c1a
4x R1a1a, J2a1b*
3x R1b1b2a1a1*, L2*, E1b1b1a2*, E1b1b1a



It's very easy if you follow the procedure explained here (https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1axmHWQJVFnQxdnrLi1gMea0f31UT08DALGXr0Gv17O k&pli=1).

DMXX
12-31-2013, 03:13 PM
Here are mine.

mtDNA

6x - U7
5x - H*
4x - T2g
3x - HV, J1b1b1
2x - K1a1b1a, T2b, U2e1, X1a1, C4, F1a, H1, H7, HV1b2, J1c2


The "2x" line is oddly reminiscent of something in the genetic world... Will have to think about what that is.

Y-DNA

7x - R2a
5x - R1b1b2a, E1b1b1a2*
4x - J1*
3x - R1a1a, T
2x - J2*, R1b1b2a1a, R1b1b2a1a2d


Pretty interesting that the most common Y-DNA was R2a. Unsure if it's an odd coincidence or reflection of something.

NK19191
12-31-2013, 03:49 PM
I have 87 Relatives.


mtDNA:



7x H1
7x HV
4x H13a1a1a
2x H15a, H1a1, H1b, H2a1, H5a1, H6a1b2, H7, J2a1a1b, K1a1b1a, T2a, U3b, U5b2b



Y DNA


6x R1a1a
5x R2
4x T. J1e
3x R1b1b2a1a2f*
2x E1b1b1a, E1b1b1c1a, G2a, J2, J2a1a, J2a1j, J2b2*, N1c1, R1b1b2a, R1b1b2a1a, R1b1b2a1a2d,

Solothurn
12-31-2013, 04:35 PM
Of 1,449 relatives.

mtDNA

101 H
89 H1
44 T2b
40 H3
32 H5a1

639 (44%) are H

Y-DNA

119 R1b1b2a1a2f*
90 I1*
63 R1b1b2a1a
40 R1a1a
58 R1b1b2a1a1*

ADW_1981
12-31-2013, 05:03 PM
If I recall, about 50% of my Y lines, maybe even more were downstream of R1b-L11.
Most common are:

1.R1b-U106
2.R1b-L21
3.I1

My father recently got a R1* match. Not sure if this is R1a* or R1b (xP25)

Tomasso29
12-31-2013, 05:37 PM
I'm only gonna do the Y-DNA since the mtDNA is way too messy to organize for the time being.

Mine
R1b1b2a - 23.7%
J2a - 17.1% (J2a1b for most part).
T - 10.5%
J1 - 9.2%
E1b1b1c1a - 9.2%
R1b1b2a1a2f - 7.9% (This was surprising).
G2a - 5.3%
I1 - 3.9%
I2b1 - 2.6%
J1c3 - 2.6%
Other - 7.9% (G1, Q1b, R2a, R1b1, I2a2, and R1b1b2a1a1)

Uncle
R1b1b2a - 23.8%
J2a - 19% (J2a1b for most part).
E1b1b1c1a - 15.9%
T - 11.1%
G2a - 7.9%
R1b1b2a1a2f - 6.4%
J1 - 4.8%
R1a1a - 3.2%
Other - 7.9% (I2a2b, J1c3, L2a, R2a, and R1b1b2a1a1d1)

Cousin
E1b1b1c1a - 21.1%
R1b1b2a - 19.7%
J2a - 18.3% (J2a1b for most part).
J1 - 9.9%
T - 8.5%
G2a - 7%
E1b1b1a - 2.9%
J1c3 - 2.8%
R2a - 2.8%
Other - 7% (I1, I2a, L2, R1a1a, and R1b1b2a1a1d1)


Here are mine.

mtDNA

6x - U7
5x - H*
4x - T2g
3x - HV, J1b1b1
2x - K1a1b1a, T2b, U2e1, X1a1, C4, F1a, H1, H7, HV1b2, J1c2


The "2x" line is oddly reminiscent of something in the genetic world... Will have to think about what that is.

Y-DNA

7x - R2a
5x - R1b1b2a, E1b1b1a2*
4x - J1*
3x - R1a1a, T
2x - J2*, R1b1b2a1a, R1b1b2a1a2d


Pretty interesting that the most common Y-DNA was R2a. Unsure if it's an odd coincidence or reflection of something.

The R2a may very well be Iranian Jews, if you browse the topics in 23andMe under the R2 subjects, you'll notice that quite a bit of them have commented there.

Silesian
12-31-2013, 06:34 PM
R-220R1a-80+R1b-140-62%
I-67Ī1-27+I2-40-18%
G-16-4%
E-15-4%
J-15-4%

H1-8-241
U 1-8- 107
K1+2-47
HV-26

MfA
12-31-2013, 07:30 PM
Ok, time for some fancy graphs :P

http://i.minus.com/ibwAMnpI9LIcuu.png

Stellaritic
12-31-2013, 08:45 PM
On FTDNA:
Y haplogroups:
E-M35.1 X1
J-M267 X5
G-M406 X1

MtDNA haplogroups

V X4
L2a1 X1
TB1 X1

H X1

On Gedmatch: Y chromosome haplogroups

J1e x4
G x2
R-M269 x2
R1b1b2a1a2f2 x2
R1b1b2a1a1 X1
R-L21 DF63 X1
R1b1b2a1a2d*
I2b1a x1
J2a4b x1
MtDNA haplogroups:
H1 X2
V X2
L2a1 X2
T2B X1
T2e X1
T2c1 X1
J1 X1
J1c3c X1
J1c1b1 X1
U5b2a1a1a X1
U5a2 X1
U2e1 X1
R0a2c x1
K1a1b1e X1
K2b X1

Humanist
12-31-2013, 10:39 PM
Y-DNA (N=58)

40% -- R1b
22% -- J2
10% -- J1
7% -- G2a
5% -- E1b
5% -- T
3% -- R1a
3% -- R2
2% -- I2b1
2% -- Q1b

mnd
01-01-2014, 12:34 AM
Mine...

mtDNA

6 x H, H1
5 x T2b, K1a
4 x H5, U3b
3 x J1b1a, HV0, H6a1b, L4b2a, X2
2 x B2, H1e1, H7, HV, I1b, J1c, J2a1a, K1a1b1a, L3h1a2a, T1a1, T2


Y-DNA

10 x I1*
8 x J2
7 x R1a1a
6 x G2a5
5 x J1e


Not sure how to explain the I1*. The only thing that comes to mind is some kind of genetic drift.

evon
01-01-2014, 12:50 AM
Me:

mtDNA:

H 73
H1 72
T2b 49
H3 29
V 26
H5a1 26
H7 18
U5a1b1 17
T1a1 17
U5a1a1 16
J1c3 14
J1c2 14
H2a5 14
J1c 13
H1c 13
J1c1 12
J1b1a 11
H10 11
U5a1 10
H2a2 10
U5b1b1 9
K1a 9
H6a1 9
H2a1 9
H1b 9
U5b2a1 8
T2 8
K1a4a1 8
I1a1 8
H2a2a 8
H1a3 8
T2e 7
H5b 7
H3g 7
H1c1 7
X2b 6
U5b2b 6
U5b2a2 6
U5b1b1a 6
K1a2a 6
K1a10 6
I2 6
HV 6
H5 6
H4a1 6
H3a 6
H2a2b1 6
H1a1 6
H1a 6
H16 6
W 5
V7a 5
U5b2c 5
U5a2b 5
U4a 5
U2e 5
T2c1 5
K2a 5
J2a1a1b 5
J1c6 5
H6a1b2 5
H4a1a 5
H1e2 5
H1c2 5
W3a 4
W1 4
V2 4
U8a1a 4
N1a 4
K1b2a 4
K1a4d 4
I4 4
HV0 4
H2a 4
H1m 4
H1g 4
H1e1a 4
H1e1 4
H18 4
H11a2 4
H11a 4
Z1a 3
X2c1 3
X2 3
W1e 3
V3 3
U5b1c 3
U5b1b1a1 3
U5a2d 3
U4b1 3
U2e1a 3
T2b5 3
T2a 3
K1c2 3
K1c1b 3
K1a3a 3
K1a1b2a 3
K1 3
J2a1a 3
J1c5a 3
J1c3b 3
J1c1a 3
J1b1a2 3
H6a1b 3
H5a 3
H1n 3
H1e 3
H17 3
H13a1a1a 3
H13a1a 3
C1 3
A2 3
W4 2
V6 2
V1a 2
U8b'K 2
U6a3 2
U5b3b 2
U5b2a 2
U5b1b2 2
U5a2c 2
U5a2a 2
U5a2 2
U5a1a 2
U4c1 2
T2f1 2
T2b6 2
T2b4 2
T2b2 2
T1a3 2
T1 2
N1b1 2
L3b1a 2
L2c 2
L2a1 2
K2b1a 2
K2b1 2
K2b 2
K2a6 2
K2 2
K1a1b1 2
J2b1a3 2
J2b1a 2
J2a1a1 2
J1c3b1 2
J1c2c 2
J1c2b 2
J1c1b1 2
I1b 2
HV6 2
HV0c 2
H4a 2
H3c 2
H39 2
H2a1a 2
H24 2
H13 2
H11 2
H10a1 2
G2a 2
C1c 2
B2a1 2
X2e2 1
X2b4 1
W6 1
W5a 1
W5 1
W3 1
W1a 1
V9a 1
V8 1
V2b 1
U7 1
U6a7 1
U6a 1
U5b1d 1
U5b1 1
U5a1b 1
U4b1a3 1
U4b1a2 1
U4b 1
U4a2b 1
U4a1 1
U4 1
U3b1 1
U3a1 1
U1b 1
U1a1 1
T2g 1
T2f 1
T2b3 1
T2b1 1
T2a1b 1
T1a 1
N1b1d 1
N1b1b 1
N1a1a 1
M32c 1
M1a3a 1
M1a1 1

YDNA:

I1* 96
R1a1a 78
R1b1b2a1a2f* 66
R1b1b2a1a 41
R1b1b2a1a1* 40
I1 21
R1b1b2a1a1 19
R1b1b2a1a2f2 14
R1a1a* 13
R1b1b2a1a1d* 12
N1c1* 12
I2b1 11
E1b1b1a2* 11
R1b1b2a1a2d* 9
R1b1b2a1a1d1* 9
I2b1* 9
R1b1b2a1a2d3a 8
J2 8
G2a 8
R1b1b2a1a2d3* 7
R1b1b2a1a1a 7
J2b2* 6
R1b1b2a1a2f 5
R1b1b2a1a2d 5
R1b1b2a1a2c 5
R1b1b2a1a2 5
R1b1b2a 5
Q1a3 4
Q1a3* 3
N1c1 3
J1e 3
E1b1a8a1* 3
T 2
R1b1b2a1a1d1a 2
R1b1b2 2
N 2
I2a2b 2
I2a2 2
I2 2
G2a3a1 2
E1b1b1a 2
R1b1b2a1a2* 1
R1b1b2a1a1d 1
J2a1e 1
J2a1b* 1
J1 1
I2b2 1
I2a 1
G2a3b2 1
E1b1b1c1 1
E1b1a8a1a 1
E1b1a7a 1
C3 1
0
Grand Total 576

evon
01-01-2014, 12:51 AM
Maternal Grandmother:

mtDNA:

H 76
H1 56
T2b 49
H3 31
H5a1 22
H1c 22
V 20
T1a1 20
T2 18
H1b 18
U5a1a1 16
U5a1b1 15
U5a1 14
K1a4a1 14
H2a2 13
J1c3 12
J1c2 12
H6a1 12
H1a1 12
J1c1 11
I2 11
H4a1a 11
H2a2a 11
H1c1 11
W1 10
K1a 10
J1c 10
I1a1 10
U2e 9
HV 9
H4a1 9
U4b1 8
T2e 8
T2b2 8
H1m 8
H10 8
X2b 7
W3a 7
U5b2a1 7
U5b1b1a 7
U5b1b1 7
U2e1 7
T2a 7
K2a 7
J1b1a 7
H7 7
H2a1 7
H1e1 7
X2 6
W 6
V3 6
U5b2b 6
J2b1a 6
I4 6
H3a 6
U5a1b 5
T2f1 5
J2a2 5
H5 5
H2a5 5
H1n 5
H1e1a 5
H1a 5
A2 5
W6 4
U5b3b 4
U5b2c 4
U5b1b2 4
U5a2b 4
U5a1a 4
T2a1 4
T1 4
J2a1a1b 4
J2a1a 4
HV0 4
H5b 4
H5a 4
H4a 4
H1g 4
H1c2 4
H16 4
H13a1a1a 4
G2a 4
Z1a 3
U8a1 3
U5b2a 3
U4a 3
U4 3
T2c1 3
K2 3
K1c2 3
K1a4d 3
K1a2a 3
J1c3b 3
J1c2b 3
I3 3
H3g 3
H23 3
H1a3 3
X2b4 2
W5 2
V1a 2
U8a1a 2
U7 2
U5b2a2 2
U5b2 2
U5b1e 2
U5a2c 2
U5a2a 2
U4b1a2 2
U4b 2
U3b1 2
U3a1 2
T2b6 2
T2b5 2
T2b3 2
N1a 2
K2a4 2
K2a2a 2
K1b2a 2
K1a1b1a 2
K1a10 2
K1 2
J2b1b 2
J2b1 2
J1c8 2
J1c6 2
J1c5a 2
J1c5 2
J1c4 2
J1c1b1a 2
J1b1a2 2
H9a 2
H7a 2
H6a1b2 2
H6a1b 2
H3c 2
H2a3 2
H2a2b1 2
H2a2b 2
H2a 2
H24 2
H1e2 2
H1c3 2
H17 2
H13a2 2
H13a1a 2
H11a 2
H10a1 2
F1d 2
X2e2 1
X2e 1
X2c1 1
X 1
W5a 1
W4 1
W3 1
W1e 1
W1c 1
V9 1
V6 1
V2a1a 1
V2 1
V1 1
U8b'K 1
U6d 1
U5b3 1
U5b1d 1
U5b1c 1
U5b1b1a1 1
U5b1 1
U5a2 1
U4c1 1
U4c 1
U4b2 1
U4a1b 1
U4a1 1
U3b 1
U3a2 1
U2e1a 1
T2b1 1
T2a1b 1
T1b 1
T1a 1
R8a1a3 1
R1a1 1
M5a1b 1
M1b2 1
M1a3a 1
M18 1
M10a1a 1
L3d1-5 1
L3b1a 1
L2c2a 1
L2a1c3 1
L1c2a2 1
K2b1a 1
K2b1 1
K2a6 1
K1c1b 1
K1b2 1
K1b1a1 1
K1a4a 1
K1a3a1 1
K1a1b1 1
K1a11 1
K1a1 1
J2b1a2 1
J2a1a1 1
J1c3b1 1
J1c2c 1
J1c1a 1
J1b 1
I5a 1
I2a 1
I1 1
I 1
HV6 1
HV1a2 1
HV1a 1
HV0a 1
H9 1
H8 1
H6a1a 1
H5'36 1
H4a1a1a 1
H39 1
H28 1
H20 1
H1f 1
H1e 1
H1a2 1
H15 1
H14a 1
H13 1
H11a2 1
H11 1
G2 1
F1a1 1
D4j 1
D4i2 1
C1 1
B4c1c1 1
B4a1a1a 1
B2 1
A2b 1
Grand Total 1107

YDNA:

I1* 113
R1a1a 83
R1b1b2a1a2f* 69
R1b1b2a1a 58
R1b1b2a1a1* 40
I1 21
R1b1b2a1a2d3* 18
R1b1b2a1a1 17
N1c1* 15
R1b1b2a1a2f2 11
R1b1b2a1a1d* 11
R1b1b2a1a1a 11
I2b1* 11
E1b1b1a2* 11
R1a1a* 9
R1b1b2a1a1d1* 8
G2a 8
I2b1 7
R1b1b2a1a2d 6
R1b1b2a1a2 6
J2b2* 6
R1b1b2a1a2d* 5
R1b1b2a1a2c 5
R1b1b2a 5
J2 5
R1b1b2a1a2f 4
R1b1b2a1a2d3a 4
Q1a3* 4
J2a1b* 4
T 3
R1b1b2a1a1d1a 3
J1e 3
N1c1 2
J2a1e 2
J2a1b1* 2
I2b2 2
I2a2b 2
I2a2 2
G2a3b2 2
E1b1b1c1a 2
R2 1
R1b1b2 1
R1b1b1 1
Q1a3 1
L2a 1
I2a1* 1
I2 1
H1a* 1
G2c* 1
E1b1b1b2a 1
E1b1b1a4 1
E1b1b1a 1
E1b1a8a1a 1
E1b1a7a 1
D1* 1
C3 1
0
Grand Total 616

evon
01-01-2014, 12:51 AM
Maternal Uncle:

mtDNA:

H1 64
H 61
T2b 47
H3 28
V 19
H5a1 19
J1c3 18
H1c 18
T1a1 17
H4a1 15
H1a1 15
J1c2 14
H2a2a 14
J1c1 13
U5a1b1 12
U5a1a1 12
K1a4a1 12
I2 12
U5a1 11
H4a1a 11
H1b 11
T2 10
J1c 10
I1a1 10
H6a1 10
H2a2 10
H1a 10
W1 9
U5b2b 9
U2e 9
H1m 9
H1e1a 9
H1a3 9
H10 9
T2e 8
H7 8
H5 8
H2a5 8
W3a 7
U5b1b1a 7
U5b1b1 7
U3a1 7
HV0 7
HV 7
H1c1 7
U5b2a1 6
U5a1b 6
H1g 6
H1e 6
U5b2a2 5
U5a1a 5
U4b1 5
U2e1 5
T2a 5
K2a 5
K1a2a 5
J2a1a1b 5
H5a 5
H2a1 5
H1n 5
H1e1 5
U5b2a 4
U4 4
T2f1 4
T2b2 4
T2b1 4
N1a 4
K1c2 4
K1a4d 4
K1a 4
J1c8 4
J1c6 4
J1c3b 4
J1b1a 4
H5b 4
H3a 4
X2c1 3
X2b 3
X2 3
W1e 3
V1a 3
U8a1 3
U5b3b 3
U5b2c 3
U5b1b2 3
U5a2b 3
U4b1a2 3
U4a 3
T2c1 3
T2b5 3
J1c7a 3
J1c5a 3
J1c4 3
J1c2b 3
J1c1a 3
J1b1a2 3
I4 3
I3 3
I1 3
H6a1b2 3
H4a 3
H2a2b1 3
H2a 3
H1a2 3
H16 3
H13a1a1a 3
H11 3
G2a 3
C1c 3
B2 3
A2 3
Z1a 2
W6 2
W5a 2
W5 2
V3 2
U5a2c 2
U5a2a 2
U4c 2
T2g 2
T2b3 2
T2a1 2
T1 2
N1b1d 2
L3b1a 2
L2a1 2
K2a4 2
K2a2a 2
K2 2
K1c1b 2
K1b2a 2
K1a1b1 2
K1a10 2
K1 2
J2a1a 2
J1d1 2
J1c5 2
J1c3b1 2
J1c2c 2
I2a 2
I1b 2
H9a 2
H7a1 2
H6a1b 2
H6a1a 2
H5'36 2
H4a1a1a 2
H3g 2
H3c 2
H1f 2
H1c3 2
H18 2
H14a 2
H13a2 2
H11a2 2
H11a 2
B2a1 2
X2e2 1
X2b4 1
W3 1
W1c 1
W 1
V9 1
V1 1
U8b'K 1
U8a1a 1
U7 1
U6d 1
U6a5 1
U6a3 1
U6a 1
U5b2 1
U5b1e 1
U5b1c 1
U5b1b1a1 1
U5b1 1
U5a2d 1
U5a2 1
U4b2 1
U4b1a3 1
U4a3 1
U4a2 1
U4a1b 1
U4a1a 1
U4a1 1
U3b1 1
U2e1a 1
T2b6 1
T2b4 1
T2a1b 1
T1b 1
T1a3 1
T1a 1
R1a1 1
R1a 1
N1c 1
N1b1b 1
M5a 1
M1b2 1
M10a1a 1
L2c2a 1
L2c 1
L2a1c3 1
K2b1 1
K2b 1
K2a6 1
K1c1 1
K1b1c 1
K1b1a1 1
K1b1a 1
K1a4a 1
K1a3a1 1
K1a3a 1
K1a1b2a 1
K1a1b1a 1
K1a11 1
K1a1 1
J2b1 1
J2a2 1
J2a1a1 1
J1c3c 1
I5a1 1
I 1
HV6 1
HV1a2 1
HV1a 1
H9 1
H7a 1
H39 1
H2b 1
H2a5a 1
H2a2b 1
H2a1a 1
H28 1
H24 1
H22 1
H20 1
H17 1
H15 1
H13a1a 1
H13 1
H10a1 1
G2 1
F1a1c 1
F1a1 1
D4i2 1
C4a1 1
C4 1
C1 1
A2i 1
Grand Total 1081

YDNA:

I1* 120
R1a1a 86
R1b1b2a1a2f* 59
R1b1b2a1a 50
R1b1b2a1a1* 31
I1 20
R1b1b2a1a1 18
R1b1b2a1a2f2 16
N1c1* 15
R1b1b2a1a1d* 14
R1a1a* 14
E1b1b1a2* 13
G2a 12
R1b1b2a1a2 9
R1b1b2a1a1a 9
R1b1b2a1a2d3* 8
R1b1b2a1a2d* 7
R1b1b2a1a1d1* 7
J2b2* 7
I2b1 7
T 6
R1b1b2a1a2d3a 6
R1b1b2a1a2c 6
R1b1b2a1a2f 5
R1b1b2a1a2d 5
J2 5
I2b1* 5
R1b1b2a 4
J2a1b* 3
J1e 3
I2b2 3
R1b1b2a1a1d1a 2
Q1a3* 2
I2a1* 2
G2a3b2 2
E1b1a8a1* 2
R2 1
R1b1b2 1
Q1a3a 1
L2a 1
J1 1
I2a2b 1
I2a2 1
E1b1b1b2a 1
E1b1b1a 1
E1b1a8a1a 1
E1b1a7a 1
C3 1
0
Grand Total 595

evon
01-01-2014, 12:52 AM
Paternal Aunt:

mtDNA:

H 78
H1 77
T2b 47
V 31
H3 26
H5a1 24
H1c 22
T1a1 19
H1b 18
U5a1b1 13
H7 13
H4a1 13
J1c 12
J1b1a 12
H1a3 12
U5b2b 11
U5b1b1a 11
U5a1a1 11
H1a 11
U5b2a1 10
U5a1 10
J2a1a1b 10
J1c3 10
H5a 10
H2a2 10
H1a1 10
H6a1 9
H1m 9
H1c1 9
J1c2 8
V1a 7
U3a1 7
T2b5 7
K1a 7
J1c1 7
I1a1 7
H2a5 7
H16 7
H11a2 7
W1 6
K2a 6
K1c2 6
HV 6
H7a1 6
H5 6
H1n 6
H1e1a 6
W3a 5
U4a 5
T2f1 5
T2 5
K1b2a 5
K1 5
J2b1a 5
I2 5
HV0 5
H5b 5
H4a1a 5
H2a2b1 5
H2a2a 5
H2a1 5
H13a1a1a 5
H10 5
X2b 4
X2 4
V3 4
V2 4
U5b2a2 4
U5b1b1a1 4
U5b1b1 4
U5a2a 4
U5a1b 4
U4b1 4
U2e1 4
T2a 4
J2a2 4
J2a1a 4
J1c3b1 4
J1c3b 4
I4 4
H6a1b 4
H3c 4
H1g 4
H1c2 4
H11a 4
A2 4
W5 3
W1c 3
V7a 3
U5b1 3
U4a2a 3
U2e 3
T1a3 3
K1a4a1 3
K1a3a 3
K1a1b1 3
J1c8 3
J1c5 3
J1c4 3
J1b1a2 3
H3g 3
H3a 3
H18 3
H17 3
H13a1a 3
H11 3
H10a 3
X2c1 2
X2b4 2
W 2
U6a1b 2
U5b2c 2
U5b2a 2
U5a2c 2
U4d1 2
U4c1 2
U4b1a2 2
T2g 2
T2c1 2
T2b6 2
T2b3 2
T2b2 2
T2a1b 2
T1 2
K2b1 2
K2a6 2
K2a3 2
K2 2
K1b2 2
K1b1a 2
K1a2a 2
K1a10 2
K1a1 2
J2b1a3 2
J2b1 2
J1c7a 2
J1c3a 2
J1c2c 2
I2a 2
I1 2
HV6 2
HV0a 2
H1e2 2
H1e 2
H13 2
D1 2
B2 2
A2f1 2
Z1a 1
X2a2 1
V8 1
U8a1a 1
U7 1
U6a 1
U5b3b 1
U5b3 1
U5a2d 1
U5a2b 1
U5a2 1
U5a1a 1
U5a 1
U5 1
U4b1b 1
U4a2b 1
U4a1b 1
U4a1 1
U4 1
U3b1 1
U3b 1
U2e1a 1
U1b 1
U1a1 1
T2f 1
T2b1 1
T2a1 1
P10 1
N1b1 1
N1a1a 1
L3d1b 1
L3b 1
L2c 1
L2a1i 1
L2a1 1
K2b1a 1
K2b 1
K1c1b 1
K1c1 1
K1b2b 1
K1a4b1 1
K1a4 1
K1a3a1 1
K1a11 1
J2b1a2 1
J2b1a1 1
J2a1a1 1
J1c6 1
J1c5a 1
I3 1
I1b 1
I 1
HV0c 1
H7a 1
H6a1b2 1
H6a1a 1
H6a 1
H6 1
H4a1a1a 1
H4a 1
H39 1
H2a5a 1
H2a 1
H24 1
H23 1
H20 1
H1e1 1
H1c3 1
H1a2 1
H15a 1
G2a 1
F2 1
F1a1 1
D1d 1
C4a1 1
C4 1
B4a1a 1
B2a1 1
A5a1a1 1
A2h 1
Grand Total 1074

YDNA:

I1* 96
R1b1b2a1a2f* 85
R1a1a 61
R1b1b2a1a1* 48
R1b1b2a1a 43
R1b1b2a1a2f2 19
R1b1b2a1a1 16
I1 16
R1b1b2a1a2d3* 15
I2b1 13
R1b1b2a1a1a 11
N1c1* 11
R1a1a* 10
R1b1b2a1a2d* 9
R1b1b2a1a1d* 8
E1b1b1a2* 8
R1b1b2a1a2d3a 7
R1b1b2a1a2d 7
J2 7
J1e 7
I2b1* 7
R1b1b2a1a2f 6
G2a 6
T 5
R1b1b2a1a1d1* 5
R1b1b2a 5
R1b1b2a1a2c 4
R1b1b2a1a2 4
J2b2* 4
N1c1 3
J2a1b1* 3
J2a1b* 3
I2a2b 3
E1b1b1c1 3
R1b1b2a1a1d1a 2
Q1a3* 2
I2a 2
I2 2
G2a5 2
G2a3b2 2
E1b1b1c1a 2
E1b1b1b2a 2
E1b1b1 2
R1b1b2a1 1
R1b1b2 1
Q1a3a* 1
Q1a3 1
J2b1 1
J1 1
J 1
I2b2 1
G2a3a1 1
G 1
E1b1b1a 1
E1b1a7a 1
0
Grand Total 588

Joe B
01-01-2014, 12:56 AM
Y-DNA (n=596)


R1b 123 21%
J2 94 16%
E1b 87 15%
J1 84 14%
R1a 62 10%
G2c 40 7%
G2a 17 3%
I2 19 3%
Q1b 19 3%
Other 51 8%
Fancy Chart
1144

the SUN child
01-01-2014, 02:16 AM
I've got 47 matches on 23andme. All unknown to me.

Y-DNA

6 x R1b : ( R1b1b2a, R1b1b2a, R1b1b2a, R1b1b2a1a, R1b1b2a1a2d*, R1b1b2a1a2f2 )
5 x J2 : ( J2, J2, J2, J2a1e, J2a1b* )
4 x E1b1b1c1a : ( E1b1b1c1a, E1b1b1c1a, E1b1b1c1a, E1b1b1c1a )
3 x I1 : ( I1, I1, I1 )
3 x I2 : ( I2, I2, I2 )
3 x G2a5 : ( G2a5, G2a5, G2a5 )
2 x R1a1a : (R1a1a, R1a1a )
2 x R2 : ( R2, R2 )
1 x J1

http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/6309/7gop.jpg


mt-DNA

B2
D4j
H , H , H , H
H1 , H1 , H1a1 , H1c
H4 , H4
H6a1b
H10
H16
H20
H23
H29
HV , HV
I1 , I1
J1c , J1c6 , J1c7a , J1c7a , J1c7a , J1d
J2b1
K1a , K1a4
K2a2a
L3d1b
R0a
T1
T2b
U1b
U2d , U2e1
U4c1
U5a1 , U5a2b
U6a , U6a , U6a5
U8b
W5

MfA
01-01-2014, 04:27 PM
I've got 47 matches on 23andme. All unknown to me.

Y-DNA
6 x R1b : ( R1b1b2a, R1b1b2a, R1b1b2a)
5 x J2 : ( J2, J2, J2, J2a1e, J2a1b* )
4 x E1b1b1c1a : ( E1b1b1c1a, E1b1b1c1a, E1b1b1c1a, E1b1b1c1a )
3 x I2 : ( I2, I2, I2 )
3 x G2a5 : ( G2a5, G2a5, G2a5 )
2 x R1a1a : (R1a1a, R1a1a )


You should contact with one of these guys. If their direct ancestors turn out Kurdish, then report to Palisto.

the SUN child
01-01-2014, 07:26 PM
You should contact with one of these guys. If their direct ancestors turn out Kurdish, then report to Palisto.
Too much work heval. But some wrote down their names and 'family location'. Most of them are from Northern Kurdistan cities, like Erzirom, Dersim, Cewlig (Bingol). I think many of them are of were Kurd Ezdi. 90+% of my ancestors are Kurmanji from Northern Kurdistan. It's known that many 'Kurd Ezdi' became 'Muslims' in Northern Kurdistan.

There's 1 fella, Soghomon Apelian, born in Syria in 1935 and with current location in the States with an Armenian surname and his Y-DNA is hg. I2 and mt-DNA hg. H4. But that says nothing because my surname is also 'Armenian', since it ends with -ian too. So, maybe he is Kurdish too, because my paternal tribe / clan is also from Sinjar, Sheixan & Shangal - Qamislo region.


There're also matches with people with European names with some from Northern Europe, like Jim Bruno (Y-DNA hg. J2a1b* & mt-DNA hg. U5a1) and Maghen Garrett (mt-DNA hg. H16). I wonder if those Europeans or EU Americans have some Kurd Ezdi roots, because I don't have any EU roots.


My closest match is somebody with Y-DNA hg. J2a1e and mt-DNA hg. H. He is 4th cousin to me with 0.22% DNA shared across 2 segments. But his name and location is not visible to me.

DMXX
01-01-2014, 07:47 PM
But that says nothing because my surname is also 'Armenian', since it ends with -ian too.

The -ian suffix is very common among Armenians but it definitely isn't exclusive among them. For example, former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's family name was originally Sabaghian despite him having no known Armenian ancestry.

the SUN child
01-01-2014, 07:56 PM
The -ian suffix is very common among Armenians but it definitely isn't exclusive among them. For example, former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's family name was originally Sabaghian despite him having no known Armenian ancestry.
OK, but when my ancestors fled Northern Kurdistan and migrated into Armenia at that time it was the Russian Empire, they took an Armenian surname. My surname has Kurdish/Iranic prefix but an Armenian suffix (-ian). Also many Kurds in Georgia and Russia changed Armenian suffix '-ian' with '-ov' or '-ev'.

DMXX
01-01-2014, 08:01 PM
OK, but when my ancestors fled Northern Kurdistan and migrated into Armenia at that time it was the Russian Empire, they took an Armenian surname. My surname has Kurdish/Iranic prefix but an Armenian suffix (-ian). Also many Kurds in Georgia and Russia changed Armenian suffix '-ian' with '-ov' or '-yev'.

Sure, which doesn't contradict what I wrote. Your ancestors (as well as other Yezidi Kurds) adopted Armenian naming conventions during Soviet times. This happens to be analogous with the numerous Iranians who have Arabic surnames, despite not being of Arabic heritage. Call it a circumstantial convention shift.

My comment, on the other hand, refers to the non-exclusivity of the -ian suffix with Armenians to begin with.

newtoboard
01-01-2014, 08:07 PM
Given the linguistic influence of Iranian on Armenian isn't it possible the -ian suffix is part of that?

DMXX
01-01-2014, 08:09 PM
Given the linguistic influence of Iranian on Armenian isn't it possible the -ian suffix is part of that?

I will not claim any expert insight into the matter but yes, I'm inclined to think the -ian suffix is ultimately of Iranic origin. In Modern Persian, the old pre-Islamic Iranian dynasties are all referred to with it (Achaemanid = Hakhamaneshian, Parthian = Ashkanian, Sassanid = Sassanian).

MitchellSince1893
01-01-2014, 08:40 PM
Mine.
1147

Sein
01-01-2014, 10:18 PM
I will not claim any expert insight into the matter but yes, I'm inclined to think the -ian suffix is ultimately of Iranic origin. In Modern Persian, the old Iranian dynasties are all referred to with it (Achaemanid = Hakhamaneshian, Parthian = Ashkanian, Sassanid = Sassanian).

Interesting, the -ian suffix is very similar to the Pashto -iyan, as in Khariyan (urbanite).

Heber
01-01-2014, 11:24 PM
1148
1149
1150
1151

Wulf Talented
01-01-2014, 11:36 PM
Mtdna top 5

1. H - 69
2. H1 - 67
3. H3 - 24
4. H1c - 19
5. H5a1 - 17



YDNA top 5.

1. R1b1b2a1a2f* - 91
2. I1* - 46
3. R1b1b2a1a - 45
4. R1b1b2a1a1* - 37
5. R1b1b2a1a2f2 - 23

vettor
01-02-2014, 02:11 AM
Mtdna top 5
U5b2c x 10
T2b x 9
J2a1a x 9
J1c7 x 8
K1a4a x 7


ydna top 5
R1b1a* x 26
R1a1a x 14
G2a* x 8
I1* x 8
I2a2* x 7
I2b1* x 6

MfA
02-01-2014, 12:06 PM
January update, 12 new additions

mtDNA

8x(6%) K1a, HV
7x(5%) H
4x(3%) U5a1a1, T2, H13a2
3x(2%) T2g, T2b, J1d, J1c2, H1
2x(<2%) W6, V, U8b, U5a1, U3b, U1a1, T2e, HV8, HV4, H1c, H1a1, H11a, H10a1


Y-DNA

14x(17%) R1b1b2a
8x(10%) J2
5x(6%) R1a1a, E1b1b1c1a
4x(5%) J2a1b*
3x(4%) R1b1b2a1a1*, L2*, E1b1b1a2*, E1b1b1a

Myth
02-16-2014, 08:23 PM
MTDNA
K1A1B1A 234
N1b2 59
H 59
K2a2a 55
H1 54

Y Dna
J1e 130
E1b1b1c1 60
R1a1a 55
E1b1b1c1a 47
J2 44

MfA
03-01-2014, 12:26 PM
February update, 5 new additions

mtDNA

8x(6%) K1a, HV
7x(5%) H
4x(3%) U5a1a1, T2, H13a2
3x(2%) T2g, T2b, J1d, J1c2, H1
2x(1%) W6, V2, V, U8b, U5a1, U3b, U1a1, T2e, R0a, HV8, HV4, H1c, H1a1, H11a, H10a1


Y-DNA

15x(18%) R1b1b2a
8x(9%) J2
7x(8%) R1a1a
5x(6%) E1b1b1c1a
4x(5%) J2a1b*

Mamluk
03-10-2014, 06:25 PM
My father's: 33% R1b1b2..., 21% R1a1a, 18% E1b1b1...
Y-DNA
11x R1b1b2... (...a1a, a1a1d, a1a2c, a1a2d*, a1a2d3*)
7x R1a1a
6x E1b1b1.. (...b1a, b1a2)
2x T
1x: B2a1a, E2, G1, I1, I2a2b, J1e, J2a1e, R1

mtDNA: 37% H, 15% U, 13% J, 13%K, 13%T
23x H (H, H1, H13a1a1a, H13a2, H14, H1c, H1e, H2a5, H4a1, H5a1, H6a1a, H7, HV2a)
9x U (U2e, U3a1, U4, U4a2, U4b1a3, U5a1, U5a2b, U5b1, U5b2b)
8x J (J1b, J1b1a, J1b1a2, J1c3a, J1d, J2a1a)
8x K (K1a, K1a1O, K1a2a, K2)
8x T (T1a1, T2a, T2a1b, T2b, T2b3, T2b4, T2c1)

Mamluk
03-10-2014, 09:22 PM
Wife's:
Y-DNA: 24% R1b1b2a, 15% E1b1b1..., 13% R1a1a, 7% I2a2..., 7% J2b2
24x R1b1b2a... (...a1a, a1a1, a1a2d, a1a2d3a, a1a2f*)
9x E1b1b1a... (...a1b, a2, c1a)
8x R1a1a
4x I2a2(b)
4x J2b2


mtDNA: 35% H, 15% U, 13% J, 13% T, 8% K
36x H (H, H1, H10, H11, H11a, H12, H13, H13a2, H14a, H15a1, H1c1, H1e, H1o, H2a2, H2a2a, H2a5, H3, H4a1, H5, H7, H8, H9a, HV, HV2a)
15x U (U1a3, U2e1, U3b, U3b1, U4a2, U4d2, U5a1, U5a1a1, U5a2, U5b1b1, U5b1b2, U7)
13x J (J, J1b1a2, J1b1b, J1c, J1c1, J1c2c, J1c5, J2a2, J2b1)
15x T (T1a, T1a1, T2, T2a, T2a1b, T2b5, T2c1, T2e, T2f)
8x K (K1a1b1a, K1a2a, K1a3a, K1a4, K1b2a, K2a)

MfA
04-01-2014, 11:38 AM
March update, +8

mtDNA

9x(6%) K1a
8x(5%) HV
7x(5%) H
4x(3%) V, U5a1a1, T2, H13a2
3x(2%) T2g, T2b, J1d, J1c2, HV8, H1


Y-DNA

17x(19%) R1b1b2a
8x(9%) J2
7x(8%) R1a1a
5x(6%) E1b1b1c1a
4x(4%) J2a1b*, E1b1b1a2*

FaerieQueene
06-25-2014, 04:06 AM
From my Dad's Relative Finder(out of 364 matches)

Top 5 y-DNA:
J1e-----43
G2a-----18
E1b1b1c1a-----16
G1*-----13
J2-----12

Top 5 mtDNA:
H-----22
U3a-----20
H1-----12
A2-----12
U4a-----11
H13a2-----8
U1a1-----8

Full List (mtdna) 364 folks total
A2-----12
A2q-----1
A8-----1
B2-----5
C1-----1
C1b2-----3
C1c-----1
D1-----2
E1a1a-----1
H-----22
H1-----12
H1a-----1
H10a1-----2
H11a2-----2
H13a1-----4
H13a2-----8
H14-----2
H14a-----2
H1a1-----1
H1b-----3
H1c-----1
H2-----1
H20-----3
H23-----1
H27-----1
H2a1-----1
H2a5-----1
H36-----1
H38-----2
H4a-----2
H4a1-----1
H14a1a1a-----2
H5-----3
H5a-----2
H5b-----6
H6a1-----1
H6a1b-----2
H6a1b2-----2
H6b-----3
H7a1-----1
H8-----3
HV-----7
HV0-----1
HV1-----1
HV1b-----4
I1-----1
I4-----1
I5-----2
I5a-----3
J1-----2
J1b-----4
J1b1-----1
J1b1a-----2
J1c-----3
J1c1-----1
J1c2-----2
J1c3-----3
J1c8-----1
J1d1-----3
J2a-----1
J2a2-----5
J2b1-----3
J2b1a-----1
K1a-----5
K1a10-----1
K1a12a-----2
K1a1b1a-----2
K1a1b2a-----1
K1a4-----2
K1a5-----1
K1c2-----1
K2a6-----2
L1b1a-----1
L2a1c1-----1
L2c2a-----1
L3b1a2-----1
L3d3a-----2
L3e2b-----1
L3f1b2a-----1
L3h1a2a-----1
M1a1-----1
M1b2-----1
N1a-----2
N1b1-----3
N1b1a-----3
N1b1b-----2
N1c-----1
R0a-----5
R0a1-----3
R0a1a-----7
R0a2-----4
T1-----2
T1a-----6
T1a1-----4
T2-----3
T2a-----1
T2a1-----2
T2a1a-----2
T2b-----7
T2b3-----1
T2c1-----1
T2g-----2
U1a-----1
U1a1-----8
U1b-----3
U2e1-----1
U2e1a-----1
U3a-----20
U3a1-----1
U3a2-----3
U4-----5
U4a-----11
U4a2-----3
U4a3-----1
U5a1-----1
U5a1a-----1
U5a1a1-----1
U5a1b1-----1
U5a2b-----2
U5b1b1-----3
U5b1b1a-----3
U5b2a2-----1
U5b3-----1
U6a-----1
U6a3-----4
U7-----3
U8b-----2
U9-----1
V-----4
V1a-----3
W3a-----1
W6-----2
X1a1-----1
X2-----4
X2b-----1
X2f-----1
Full List (ydna) 210 males total
A3b2*-----1
E1b1b1a-----11
E1b1b1a2*-----4
E1b1b1a4-----1
E1b1b1c-----4
E1b1b1c1-----4
E1b1b1c1a-----16
F-----1
G1-----3
G1*-----13
G2a-----18
G2a3a1-----2
G2a4-----1
I1*-----6
I1b*-----1
I2a-----1
I2a1*-----2
I2a2b-----2
I2b1-----1
J1-----5
J1e-----43
J2-----12
J2a1a-----1
J2a1b*-----5
J2a1b1*-----6
J2a1e-----1
J2a1j-----3
J2b*-----1
J2b1-----2
J2b2*-----2
L2*-----2
R1a1a-----1
R1b1b2a-----6
R1b1b2a1-----1
R1b1b2a1a-----5
R1b1b2a1a1-----1
R1b1b2a1a1*-----4
R1b1b2a1a1a-----1
R1b1b2a1a2c-----1
R1b1b2a1a2d-----1
R1b1b2a1a2d*-----3
R1b1b2a1a2f-----2
R1b1b2a1a2f*-----3
R1b1b2a1a2f2-----2
T-----4

Humanist
06-25-2014, 04:25 AM
From my Dad's Relative Finder(out of 364 matches)

Top 5 y-DNA:
J1e-----43
G2a-----18
E1b1b1c1a-----16
G1*-----13
J2-----12

Wow! That is a lot of G1. Are the G1* men of Palestinian origin? See a past post of mine below that may be of some relevance, if the men are indeed of Palestinian origin:



There is a possibility that my [G1*] line is distantly related to men from Palestine. Specifically, the El Farra men of Khan Yunis.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0l06KilpClo

FaerieQueene
06-25-2014, 05:09 AM
Wow! That is a lot of G1. Are the G1* men of Palestinian origin? See a past post of mine below that may be of some relevance, if the men are indeed of Palestinian origin:



There is a possibility that my [G1*] line is distantly related to men from Palestine. Specifically, the El Farra men of Khan Yunis.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0l06KilpClo
I'm only sharing genomes with one G1* from his RF. The rest are anonymous and I haven't contacted them.
Associated surnames from these G1* profiles:
Abu Sabha, Cader, David, Hanania, Khalil, Saade, Safie, TanasAssociated mtdna from these G1* profiles:U3a(2), R0a1a, HV1, T2a1a, H1, A2(3), U4, HV1b(2), L3h1a2aI wonder why you would be related to Yunis, it's a very Levantine surname, but in Palestine it's mostly Muslim.

Humanist
06-25-2014, 06:17 AM
I'm only sharing genomes with one G1* from his RF. The rest are anonymous and I haven't contacted them.
Associated surnames from these G1* profiles:
Abu Sabha, Cader, David, Hanania, Khalil, Saade, Safie, TanasAssociated mtdna from these G1* profiles:U3a(2), R0a1a, HV1, T2a1a, H1, A2(3), U4, HV1b(2), L3h1a2aI wonder why you would be related to Yunis, it's a very Levantine surname, but in Palestine it's mostly Muslim.

Yeah. Sorry about that. By "distantly related" I meant a few thousand years (e.g. ~3000 years). The Palestinians appeared in my haplotype search results on the old SMGF database a few years back.

DMXX
01-11-2015, 02:32 AM
My RF surpassed 120 users recently, so I thought it'd be interesting to revisit my results:

mtDNA (pretty much unchanged rankings-wise)


8 U7
7 H
4 HV, T2b, T2g
3 H3, J1b1b1
2 C4, F1a, H1, H13a1a1a, H7, HV1b2, HV2, J1b, J1b1, J1c2, J2b1, K1a1b1a, T2c1, T2e, U1a1, U2e1, W4, X1a1



Y-DNA (R-derived lineages make up >40% now)


9 R1a1a
8 R2
6 R1b1b2a
5 E1b1b1a2*
4 G1*, J1, J2


A hefty portion of my R2a-M124 relatives are of Jewish heritage. I entertained the idea it relates to my own paternal line before recalling from the R2 project forum (page currently suspended) that the mutation status beyond L295 differs markedly (at present I am confirmed R2a*). Currently appears to be a coincidence.

jesus
01-11-2015, 03:28 AM
Y-DNA:

10 R1b
8 R1a1a/R1a1a*
5 E1b
5 J2: 2 J2, 2 J2a1a and 1 J2a1e
5 J1: 2 J1, 3 J1e
3 G2a
2 H1a
1 T, L2, I1 and F2


mtDNA:


14 H: 2 H1, 1 H11a, 1 H13a2, 2 H15, 1 H1b, 1 H1e1, 1 H2a1, 1 H2a2a, 1 H5, 1 H5a and I H7
10 T: 1 T, 3 T1a1, 2 T2, 1 T2a, 1 T2b and 1 T2e
7 L: 2 L1c, 1 L2a, 1 L2b, 2 L3b and 1 L3e
5 J1: 2 J1b and 3 J1c
4 K: 3 K1a and 1 K1c1
4 M: 1 M18, 1 M23, 1 M36 and M39
3 R: 1 R and 2 R0a1a
3 U: 1 U3b, 1 U8a1a and U5a2a
3 W: 2 W6 and 1 W3a
2 N: 1 N1a and 1 N1b
2 G2a
2 HV
2 X: X1 and X2c1
1 C4a1
1 D1
1 I5a
1 V3

Rukha
01-11-2015, 05:54 AM
Y-DNA:

15x R1a1a/R1a1a*
12x R1b: 3x R1b1b2a1a, 3x R1b1b2a1a2f, 3x R1b1b2a1a2f2, 2x R1b1b2a1a1*, 1x R1b1b2a1a1d
4x L3
3x G2c1
3x J2: 2x J2a1b*, 1x J2

Ebizur
01-11-2015, 06:32 AM
Y-DNA:
...
1 T, L2, I1 and F2F2? Do you mean ISOGG's F2-M427/M428, that clade of Y-DNA that has been found almost exclusively among Loloish (especially Lahu) people of Yunnan and its vicinity? To which mtDNA haplogroup does that individual belong? What place does he claim as the location of his earliest known ancestor?

jesus
01-11-2015, 06:42 AM
F2? Do you mean ISOGG's F2-M427/M428, that clade of Y-DNA that has been found almost exclusively among Loloish (especially Lahu) people of Yunnan and its vicinity? To which mtDNA haplogroup does that individual belong? What place does he claim as the location of his earliest known ancestor?

I'll try to contact him and ask him about his ancestry.
http://i57.tinypic.com/ejwyuh.png

ADW_1981
01-11-2015, 06:50 AM
1. R1b (all branches)
2. I1
3. I2b
4. R1a
5. E1b - Mix of African American, European and East Levantine/Middle-East groups V13, M2, M123

I was a bit surprised on the E1b numbers since it has a large margin over J2, J1, and G2.

Krefter
01-11-2015, 07:59 AM
Most of my relatives on my Puerto Rican side, don't have R1b(my Puerto Rican line is R1b-P312), which is very surprising. It makes me wonder where from Spain most of the settlers came from, considering all the E1b, I would guess somewhere by the Mediterranean coast.

I also have an African-American 3-6th cousin, on my mother's side who is close to 40% English-Cornish, is this the case(I see it is for ADW_1981) for most white Americans with a big chunk of colonial British ancestry? I've looked at admixtures online and it looks like African-Americans are on average 10-25% British. There has to be a pre-20th century explanation for this, and sadly I'm guessing it's mostly rape.

Dr_McNinja
01-11-2015, 11:49 AM
J2 (4) - J2 x 2, J2a1c, J2b2
R1b (3) - R1b1b2a1a, R1b1b2a1a2f x 2
R1a (2) - R1a, R1a1a
I (2) - I1, I1b
L (2) - L1, L3

CelticGerman
01-11-2015, 12:05 PM
Can anybody explain the aim of this exercise? The haplogroups of our matches have nothing to do with our own ancestry lines in most cases.

Salkin
01-11-2015, 01:37 PM
mtDNA top 5:

H1 63
H 57
T2b 36
H3 30
V 20

Y-DNA top 5:

I1* 76
R1b1b2a1a2f* 62
R1b1b2a1a 51
I1 39
R1b1b2a1a1* 34

vettor
01-11-2015, 07:06 PM
Here is mine below

All are as stated , I have not shorten them

Y-Dna

50 x R1b1b2

18 x R1a1

15 x I1

8 x G2a4

8 x I2a


below is mtdna .............I have shorten them

24 x H
20 x H1a1
17 x T2 ..................not surprising as NE-Italy has 18% ......10% more than any other region in Italy
13 x U5a
12 x K1a
11 x HV
10 x U5b
10 x I1a1
9 x J2a1
8 x U2e .............my father's line

If I join U5a and U5b it will make it 23 for U5

vettor
01-11-2015, 07:28 PM
my son's number

Y-Dna ..........I have shorten them

149 x R1b1b
31 x R1a1
29 x I1
25 x E1b1b1
15 x G2a

and his Mtdna ...which I shorten

52 x H
43 x U5a
42 x H1c
36 x T2c
32 x K1a
31 x T2b
30 x J1c

DMXX
01-11-2015, 08:33 PM
Can anybody explain the aim of this exercise? The haplogroups of our matches have nothing to do with our own ancestry lines in most cases.

I think the theory behind this exercise is that, with enough relatives as samples, one can see the illusion of your ancestry through your relative's Y-DNA and mtDNA. The exotic relatives shouldn't be too prominent unless an individual has some cryptic ancestry going on.

Caspian
01-11-2015, 08:36 PM
Y-DNA:

10 R1b
8 R1a1a/R1a1a*
5 E1b
5 J2: 2 J2, 2 J2a1a and 1 J2a1e
5 J1: 2 J1, 3 J1e
3 G2a
2 H1a
1 T, L2, I1 and F2


mtDNA:


14 H: 2 H1, 1 H11a, 1 H13a2, 2 H15, 1 H1b, 1 H1e1, 1 H2a1, 1 H2a2a, 1 H5, 1 H5a and I H7
10 T: 1 T, 3 T1a1, 2 T2, 1 T2a, 1 T2b and 1 T2e
7 L: 2 L1c, 1 L2a, 1 L2b, 2 L3b and 1 L3e
5 J1: 2 J1b and 3 J1c
4 K: 3 K1a and 1 K1c1
4 M: 1 M18, 1 M23, 1 M36 and M39
3 R: 1 R and 2 R0a1a
3 U: 1 U3b, 1 U8a1a and U5a2a
3 W: 2 W6 and 1 W3a
2 N: 1 N1a and 1 N1b
2 G2a
2 HV
2 X: X1 and X2c1
1 C4a1
1 D1
1 I5a
1 V3


What is L2's (a.k.a L1b) ethnicity? Is he Iranian or Armenian?

Solothurn
01-11-2015, 08:38 PM
Hi

Do you have many R1b1b2a1a2d? I have 20 of 1,820 matches! So maybe about 900 with Y-DNA :)



my son's number

Y-Dna ..........I have shorten them

149 x R1b1b
31 x R1a1
29 x I1
25 x E1b1b1
15 x G2a

and his Mtdna ...which I shorten

52 x H
43 x U5a
42 x H1c
36 x T2c
32 x K1a
31 x T2b
30 x J1c

vettor
01-11-2015, 09:05 PM
Hi

Do you have many R1b1b2a1a2d? I have 20 of 1,820 matches! So maybe about 900 with Y-DNA :)


I only have a total of 244 matches

I have 9 people with your query.............named below , others unnamed


Christopher Piazza ....................italian and english surnames ...............Trentino ( south tyrol surname of mortis ) area
marshall owen ...........................german and english .................german names are schaeffer and colmann
Gary Centurelli ..........................italian only ............usually venetian surnames like recchia ( means ear , in italian it would be orrechia )
Benjamin Bilbrough ..................no surnames

my son has 588 matches of which 24 match your query

all same as noted above for surnames PLUS
Joe Catania ...........................italian only
Henry Stopher ............................german and english
Martin Maurer .............................indicates only swiss person
Willis Johnson .............................english
Peter Marconi ............................italian and romanian
Fradetti .....................................italian only
Tom Crowley .............................english only

Tįltos
01-11-2015, 10:06 PM
Can anybody explain the aim of this exercise? The haplogroups of our matches have nothing to do with our own ancestry lines in most cases.

Yeah I can understand the premise behind it like DMXX pointed out. But for me it's totally pointless. I'm over the CAP and it's hard to tell, except overwhelmingly some sort of R1b for the most part in the Y. Then at least 2-3 pages each of various subclades of E1b, I2, and J2, and R1a. My own paternal Y line of Q1b, I have 7 autosomal matches. My daughter who is also over the CAP, has 10 Q1b matches.

jesus
01-11-2015, 10:56 PM
What is L2's (a.k.a L1b) ethnicity? Is he Iranian or Armenian?

He's European American. He's L2a in 23andme.

jesus
01-11-2015, 11:29 PM
Y-DNA:

10 R1b
8 R1a1a/R1a1a*
5 E1b
5 J2: 2 J2, 2 J2a1a and 1 J2a1e
5 J1: 2 J1, 3 J1e
3 G2a
2 H1a
1 T, L2, I1 and F2


mtDNA:


14 H: 2 H1, 1 H11a, 1 H13a2, 2 H15, 1 H1b, 1 H1e1, 1 H2a1, 1 H2a2a, 1 H5, 1 H5a and I H7
10 T: 1 T, 3 T1a1, 2 T2, 1 T2a, 1 T2b and 1 T2e
7 L: 2 L1c, 1 L2a, 1 L2b, 2 L3b and 1 L3e
5 J1: 2 J1b and 3 J1c
4 K: 3 K1a and 1 K1c1
4 M: 1 M18, 1 M23, 1 M36 and M39
3 R: 1 R and 2 R0a1a
3 U: 1 U3b, 1 U8a1a and U5a2a
3 W: 2 W6 and 1 W3a
2 N: 1 N1a and 1 N1b
2 G2a
2 HV
2 X: X1 and X2c1
1 C4a1
1 D1
1 I5a
1 V3


My sister's DNA relatives list:
Y-DNA

8 R1a1a/R1a1a*
7 R1b: 2 R1b1b2a, 1 R1b1b2a1a, 1 R1b1b2a1a1d1* and 3 R1b1b2a1a2f*
6 J2: 3 J2, 1 J2a1, 1 J2a1a and 1 J2a1e
5 E: 2 E1b1b1a4, 1 E1b1a8a1*, 1 E1b1b1c1a and 1 E1b1b1c1
3 G2a
3 J1: 1 J1 and 2 J1e
2 Q: 1 Q1 and 1 Q1b
1 L2a


mtDNA


23 H and HV: 5 H, 4 H1, 1 H14, 1 H15a, 1 H15b, 1 H16, 2 H2a1, 1 H36a, 1 H4a, 1 H5, 1 H5a1, 1 H6a, 1 H7 and 2 HV
10 T: 2 T, 5 T1a1, 1 T2, 1 T2a1 and 1 T2b
6 U: 1 U2e, 1 U5b1c, 1 U6a1b and 2 U7
6 J: 1 J1b and 5 J1c
3 I: 1 I1, 1 I1a1 and 1 I5a.
3 K: 1 K1a, 1 K1c1 and 1 K2a2a
3 M: 1 M39b, 1 M7b2 and 1 M6
2 W6
2 G2a
2 L3e
2 R0a1a
1 D1
1 N
1 V3

Caspian
01-12-2015, 12:36 AM
He's European American. He's L2a in 23andme.

I understand, so he belongs to L-M349. It is major subclade of L-M317.

jesus
01-12-2015, 12:55 AM
I understand, so he belongs to L-M349. It is major subclade of L-M317.

Thanks. His last name is German, and it's from Baden-Württemberg.

geebee
01-12-2015, 05:15 AM
I really think that for most people, the order will pretty much reflect the frequencies found in your region -- or the regions of your (relatively) recent ancestry.

For mtDNA my top 5 are:

H1 = 76
H = 72
T2b = 33
H3 = 27
V = 19

EDIT to add Y haplogroups:

R1b1b2a1a2f* = 84
R1b1b2a1a = 46
I1* = 37
I1 = 33
R1b1b2a1a1* = 25

Salkin
01-12-2015, 07:45 AM
I really think that for most people, the order will pretty much reflect the frequencies found in your region -- or the regions of your (relatively) recent ancestry.

Yeah, that's what I was thinking too. Y-DNA I1 and various R1b subclades are about what I'd expect to dominate given my fully Swedish roots.

I think there were about three people who were G.

ADW_1981
01-12-2015, 02:30 PM
I think there were about three people who were G.

Yeah...that's about the total G's in the Swedish project as well :P

I was surprised that my I2b1 (I-M223) lineages were so numerous compared to other folks in this post. The frequency I get I2b1 relatives is about 1/2 as often as I get an I1 relative in Finder. However, when you look at the statistic these lineages comprise maybe 3-4% of west European men. It also appears there might be a recent I2b2 relative (the Urnfield lineage) on my mother's side by the frequency in which it keeps popping up.

Roaring
01-13-2015, 01:00 AM
How do you guys do it? Simply enter haplogroup in search or there is some more usable method?

Agamemnon
01-13-2015, 03:21 AM
Y-DNA:

1. E-M34 (135)
2. J1-P58 (133) [~90% Kohanim]
3. R1a-CTS6 [all of these guys are Levites, I might have a few Levite ancestors amongst my paternal ancestors] (106)
4. J2a-M67 (102)
5. R1b-L11 (101) or G2b1-M377 [old G2c] (53)

Note: I've got 9~10 G1* cousins, all Ashkenazim ;)


mtDNA:

1. K1a1b1a (303)
2. N1b2 (93)
3. K2a2a (72)
4. K1a9 (64)
5. HV1b2 (48)


16 most common surnames:

1. Cohen
2. Katz
3. Horowitz
4. Levin
5. Lifshitz
6. Finkelstein
7. Kaplan
8. Levine
9. Goldberg
10. Heffler
11. Rosenberg
12. Pollack
13. Rosenfeld
14. Rubin
15. Schwartz
16. Levy

Note: Surnames related to the Kohen caste are in blue, surnames related to the Levite caste are in red

Salkin
01-13-2015, 08:58 AM
How do you guys do it? Simply enter haplogroup in search or there is some more usable method?

In the opening post of the thread, there's a link to instructions (https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1axmHWQJVFnQxdnrLi1gMea0f31UT08DALGXr0Gv17O k&pli=1).

Varun R
01-14-2015, 01:30 AM
Y-DNA:
R1a1a/R1a1a* = 38
L1 = 12
J2 = 11
R2 = 10
H1= 9

MtDNA:
HV=11
U2a=11
M35a1=7
U2c=6
R6a,R=5

Other Y-Haplogroups:
G2a= 5
R1b1b2a1a and downstream= 4
G2a4, J2b2,Q1a3* = 3
F2= 2
H2= 1
C=1
I2b1*=1

Other MtDNA haplogroups:
U1a1, U1a3, M3a, U7 =4
M33, M35b, M3a1, M5a2a, R6a1a=3
U5a1a1, U2b2, M, M18, M2, M2a2, M3, M30, M40, M5d, R30a, R31b, R5a2, R5a2b, T2b, W1c=2
U2, U2b1, U2'3'4'7'8'9, U2e1, U2e, U1a'c, U4a1a, U4b1, U4b1a1, U4a2a, C4a, C4a1, H1, H13a2, H1a1, H2b, H6a1, H7, I4, J1b, J1b1a, J1c1, J5c5a, L2a1, M2a1, M2a1a2, M2a2a, M2b, M30b, M35b2, M39, M4-64, M49d, M4a, M5a1a, M5a2a1, M5c1, M64, N5, R2, T1a1, T2, T2d, T2f =1

MfA
01-14-2015, 01:33 AM
10cM< matches only
mtDNA, n=81

8x(10%) K1a
6x(7%) HV
5x(6%) H
3x(4%) V, T2g, T2, J1d, HV8
2x(2%) X2, U8b, U7, U5a1a1, U1a1, J1b3, H13a2, H1, D4j


Y-DNA, n=44

13x(30%) R1b1b2a
4x(9%) E1b1b1c1a
3x(7%) R1a1a
2x(5%) R2, J2, J1, G2a5, G2a, E1b1b1a2, E1b1b1a4
1x(2%) T, R1b1b2a1a, R1b1b2, R1a, L2, L1, J2b1, J2a1b1, J2a1b, G2, E1b1b1a


All matches

mtDNA, n=180

13x(7%) H
11x(6%) K1a
8x(4%) HV
5x(3%) T2
4x(2%) V, U5a1a1, T2b, J1c2, H13a2


Y-DNA, n=109

22x(20%) R1b1b2a
9x(8%) R1a1a
8x(7%) J2
6x(6%) E1b1b1c1a
5x(5%) R1b1b2a1a2f

Roaring
01-15-2015, 10:13 PM
In the opening post of the thread, there's a link to instructions (https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1axmHWQJVFnQxdnrLi1gMea0f31UT08DALGXr0Gv17O k&pli=1).

Thanks, somehow i missed it.

maternal top 10:
U5a1 12
V 14
T1a1 15
J1c3 16
H1c 19
H5a1 20
H3 25
T2b 37
H 51
H1 63

Paternal:
R1a1a 76
N1c1* 48
R1b1b2a1a2f* 39
R1b1b2a1a 37
I1* 28
R1a1a* 27
E1b1b1a2* 23
I1 19
R1b1b2a1a1 14

Solothurn
01-16-2015, 06:12 AM
I want to update my list but when I tried to upload there is no option to convert the doc.

I just get "The file you selected was not a valid image file. Please select another file and try again."

Any advice is very welcome :)

Tomasso29
02-02-2015, 12:20 AM
Been a while so here's the latest update:

Y-DNA


#
Haplogroup
Percentage


[tr]
1
R1b1b2a
23%


2
J2a1b
15%


3
J1
9%


4
T
9%


5
E1b1b1c1a
8%


6
G2a
7%


7
R1b1b2a1a2f
6%


8
R1b1b2a1a1a
4%


9
R1a1a
4%


10
I1
2%


11
I2b1
2%


12
J1c3
2%


13
Q1a3
2%


14
G1
2%


15
I2a2
1%


16
J2a1e
1%


17
Q1b
1%


18
R2a
1%

19
R1b1b2a1a2d
1%



The top 6 haplogroups are pretty much the core haplogroups of the modern Assyrian people. Other than that I was pretty surprised with some of the deeper R1b lineages which seem to be most common in Europe, then again these relatives are quite distant so not much to take from this.

As for mtDNA, it's too much of a mess to put it together so I just counted my top 5:

1- HV (9%)
2- H (7%)
3- H14 (5%)
4- K1a (5%)
5- U1a (5%)

Tomasso29
02-02-2015, 12:54 AM
This is my first cousin's Y-DNA, the results are very interesting because the top-6 haplogroups are still the same as mine but you see a huge spike in haplogroup E1b1b1c1a which seems to be the most common in Assyrian (Chaldean) Catholics from northern Iraq. I'm only half Chaldean while he's full, so the results make sense.



#
Haplogroup
Percentage


1
E1b1b1c1a
22%



2
R1b1b2a
21%



3
J2a1b
15%


4
J1
9%


5
T
9%


6
G2a
7%


7
J1c3
5%


8
R1a1a
5%


9
I1
1%


10
I2a2b
1%


11
J2a1a
1%


12
J2a1e
1%


13
L2
1%


14
R1b1b2a1a1d1
1%


15
R2a
1%

Mellow
04-20-2015, 08:34 AM
mtDNA

H - 78
H1 - 39
J1c - 23
T1a1 - 13
H7 - 12
U5a1a1 - 11
H1c - 10

Y-DNA

E1b1b1a2*(E-V13) - 75
I2a2b - 44
R1a1a - 42
R1b1b2a - 23
J2b2* - 20
R1b1b2a1a2f* - 18
I1 - 18

thrax
04-26-2015, 07:31 AM
Y-DNA
R1a1a 65
E1b1b1a2 50
I1 29
J2 22
I2a2b 22

MT-DNA
H 77
H1 29
T2b 25
H1c 20
J1c 19
H7 18