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Joel
07-25-2014, 02:16 PM
Hello,

I am awaiting full testing, but after reviewing my original testing, I think that I am H5'36. My results were quite simple

HVR1 DIFFERENCES FROM rCRS

CRS

HVR2 DIFFERENCES FROM rCRS

263G
315.1C
456T

From what I can tell, H5'36 is inbetween H and H5 or H36. I assume that this means that H5'36 is fairly old - or at least older than H5.

FTDNA shows that I have 9 matches, but I can't believe that those are exact matches. 4 of my matches are shown as H5'36. I haven't been able to find any exact HVR1&2 exact matches online. I also haven't been able to find much information on the web on H5'36, so I assume that it is not very common.

Joel

GailT
07-25-2014, 08:04 PM
H5'36 is a paragroup that include H5, H36 and several unnamed suclades that are parallel to H5 and H36.

I'm one of volunteers for the H5 project - You can join the H5 mtDNA project, and when the results are complete I can compare with others in the project.

Joel
07-27-2014, 02:27 AM
Thanks Gail, that would be great. I can't figure out any other place I would likely be even though FTDNA has me as just H as this point. Seem like someone came up with H5 and then realized there was a H5'36 and H36 later.

Joel

geebee
07-29-2014, 05:39 PM
H5'36 is a paragroup that include H5, H36 and several unnamed suclades that are parallel to H5 and H36.

I'm one of volunteers for the H5 project - You can join the H5 mtDNA project, and when the results are complete I can compare with others in the project.

So that explains it! I was puzzled as to why "H5'36" as "parent" of H5. I suppose that an alternative might be to simply call it H5 and rename all the subclades, but I can see where this would be apt to cause more problems than it would be worth.

btree
06-12-2020, 08:55 AM
H5'36 is a paragroup that include H5, H36 and several unnamed suclades that are parallel to H5 and H36.

I'm one of volunteers for the H5 project - You can join the H5 mtDNA project, and when the results are complete I can compare with others in the project.

I'm also H5'36, where can I find this H5 mtDNA project?

MacUalraig
06-30-2020, 06:36 PM
H5'36 is what you get at 23andMe if you are H5r... you can figure it out from the raw data if you have a little dig around.