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moonlight11
05-29-2014, 03:59 PM
I am w3a haplogroup which is supposedly 'uncommon'. I got my dna tested to understand more about my mother's side of the family. She had said we were 'part' Native American. I am assuming Mohawk. I grew up in Onondaga County, NY.

NK19191
05-29-2014, 04:55 PM
You should send your raw-data to Mark Wade and he will see if you belong to any of the Subgroups, his email ([email protected]). You can check his website here His Website (http://www.thecid.com/)

Here is what he has on W3.


W3, together with W4, W5, and W6 were descendants of a woman with a 194 mutation born in northwest India around 14,000 years ago. W3 is identified by the further coding region 1406 mutation, and emerged around 13,000 years ago. W3's seem to have diversified into subgroups among the nomadic cultures of the Asian steppes south of the Aral Sea after the last glacial maximum. From there they spread via Russia into eastern Europe, perhaps with the peoples that brought the horse to Europe. There are two great divisions of W3: W3a, which appeared 12,000 years ago, and W3b, which appeared 8,500 years ago. Some branches in both divisions also migrated into India. Each lineage followed its distinctive route and timing. Source here. Source (http://www.thecid.com/w3.htm)



http://www.thecid.com/w3geo2.png



http://www.thecid.com/w3a.png

moonlight11
01-31-2015, 07:03 PM
http://atlanteangardens.blogspot.com/2014/04/where-did-blue-eyes-originate-from.html

Emily
09-03-2015, 07:02 AM
Greetings to all the forum are new, I am Italian and my group and W4D. I could not find in the province of Padua Anna Gardin born about 1790. I hope soon to find other cousins with the same haplogroup. Are KJ781301 (Italian) FTDNA W4d. From directions Mark Wade probably coming from Turkmenistan.
Best regards from italy

Emilia

MsSPF
05-09-2016, 04:55 PM
I am W3 as well , all of my ancestry is from Tlemcen (Algeria). I would like to know more about my maternal lineage.

MsSPF
05-09-2016, 05:04 PM
You should send your raw-data to Mark Wade and he will see if you belong to any of the Subgroups, his email ([email protected]). You can check his website here His Website (http://www.thecid.com/)

Here is what he has on W3.

Wow.

That explains why I love Bollwywood ?!!

Captain Nordic
05-10-2016, 06:20 AM
Maybe you're part Finnish :biggrin1:

MsSPF
05-10-2016, 12:25 PM
Are you teasing me haha. I'll visit Helsinki anyhow

Alain
08-25-2017, 08:34 AM
Hello from what came the Haplogroup W3a1d and What popultions today?

Alain
08-25-2017, 08:34 AM
My dad have this Mtdna, Can you help me please?

Pylsteen
08-30-2017, 09:03 AM
Hello from what came the Haplogroup W3a1d and What popultions today?

Hey, this website (http://www.thecid.com/#w3) is about haplogroup W. W3a1 seems to have spread from the Russian steppe; your father's branch W3a1d has probably arisen about 4000 years ago, in the Russian steppe or Eastern Europe; it is not common; the genbank (http://www.ianlogan.co.uk/sequences_by_group/w3_genbank_sequences.htm) lists three samples, of which one in Estonia, and one in Hungary. So it looks Eastern European.

Alain
09-19-2017, 06:54 PM
Danke meine Oma hat die Linie die über Polen (Siberia turkic) bis nach Sibrien führt, dann gibt es noch 2 Linien eine nach Deutschland und die andere nach Estland

GalwayGirl
05-05-2021, 02:09 AM
[QUOTE=NK19191;41239]You should send your raw-data to Mark Wade and he will see if you belong to any of the Subgroups, his email ([email protected]). You can check his website here His Website (http://www.thecid.com/) Here is what he has on W3.

"W3, together with W4, W5, and W6 were descendants of a woman with a 194 mutation born in northwest India around 14,000 years ago. W3 is identified by the further coding region 1406 mutation, and emerged around 13,000 years ago. W3's seem to have diversified into subgroups among the nomadic cultures of the Asian steppes south of the Aral Sea after the last glacial maximum. From there they spread via Russia into eastern Europe, perhaps with the peoples that brought the horse to Europe. There are two great divisions of W3: W3a, which appeared 12,000 years ago, and W3b, which appeared 8,500 years ago. Some branches in both divisions also migrated into India. Each lineage followed its distinctive route and timing."

I appreciate this, Nk1911. I am not W3a, but I am W3a1.
I was aware of the general time-frame, but not the 194-mutation woman. My maternals found there way into eastern Europe, then Prussia/Germany. I've only found three others via 23&Me. I'll follow your source link.

Judith

matscarlin
05-24-2021, 01:31 PM
Judith, are you full sequence tested or only chip shotgun tested at 23andMe? There are many subclades under W3a1 and your extra mutations may tell which one you belong to.

BH923
11-01-2021, 06:11 PM
Hello All! I am m-Haplogroup W3a2 with connections to Marie Marguerie as referred to by Mark Wade - Looking for others with French Canadian ancestry within this haplogroup