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rivergirl
01-20-2015, 11:24 AM
I have results for a new member in the Corrigan yDNA Project, kit 372854, from Ireland.
He has tested to 67 markers and has only 6 matches at 12 markers and 3 matches at 25 markers, non of whom are Corrigans.

He is predicted R M269, along with his matches, but I cant recognise any particular subgroup.
The World Haplogroup Predictor gave R1b and R1b-C Europe.

Can someone possibly take a look at his results on our webpage and see if they can recognise any possible subgroup or suggest what SNPs he would be best to test.
https://www.familytreedna.com/public/corrigan/default.aspx?section=yresults

His matches are;
165014 - Henderson - Unknown 2/25
129419 - Caulkins - English? 2/25
7591 - Pichet - French 2/25
43499 - Robertson - Scotland? 0/12
91300 - Shea - County Kerry, Ireland 0/12
49796 - Rowley - County Mayo, Ireland 0/12
Unk - Smith - Norfolk England 0/12


Thanks
Frances
Corrigan Project Admin

rms2
01-24-2015, 12:36 PM
I have results for a new member in the Corrigan yDNA Project, kit 372854, from Ireland.
He has tested to 67 markers and has only 6 matches at 12 markers and 3 matches at 25 markers, non of whom are Corrigans.

He is predicted R M269, along with his matches, but I cant recognise any particular subgroup.
The World Haplogroup Predictor gave R1b and R1b-C Europe.

Can someone possibly take a look at his results on our webpage and see if they can recognise any possible subgroup or suggest what SNPs he would be best to test.
https://www.familytreedna.com/public/corrigan/default.aspx?section=yresults

His matches are;
165014 - Henderson - Unknown 2/25
129419 - Caulkins - English? 2/25
7591 - Pichet - French 2/25
43499 - Robertson - Scotland? 0/12
91300 - Shea - County Kerry, Ireland 0/12
49796 - Rowley - County Mayo, Ireland 0/12
Unk - Smith - Norfolk England 0/12


Thanks
Frances
Corrigan Project Admin

Has he got a Ysearch ID you could share? That would make things easier.

Are you going to test him for L21? (That's the logical thing to do with an R1b-M269 with an Irish surname.)