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Jenny
02-07-2015, 11:51 AM
My dad passed away a thousand years ago but a very generous someone at 23andme shared his haplogroup. Both of us trace our genealogy through the Trask name to Massachusetts in Colonial times and in Somerset County, England to the 1500s.

I have a pet migration theory I'd like to prove or disprove-- of course ill read all the R1b info here but can anyone else direct me to some other reliable sites?

Any help appreciated!

rms2
02-07-2015, 01:04 PM
That's 23andMe longhand for R1b-L47, right?

L47 is downstream of L48, which characterizes a major subclade of U106 (U106>Z381>Z301>L48>L47).

Maybe some of the U106 guys can help, and they might be more likely to see this thread if it were moved to the U106 subforum.

U106 is also called S21. Here's a distribution map from Eupedia.

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Grossvater
02-07-2015, 03:24 PM
My great-grandmother was a Trask with roots in Colonial New England...I'm guessing we're probably distant cousins. Thank you for sharing your father's haplogroup which has got to be the same as my great-great-grandfather's (unless there was an NPE somewhere up the tree).

ArmandoR1b
02-07-2015, 08:59 PM
Yes, R1b1b2a1a1d1* is the 23andme and 2010 ISOGG longhand for R1b-L47

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https://www.23andme.com/you/labs/haplogroup_tree_mut_mapper/results/?lineage_type=paternal&haplogroup=R1b1b2a1a1d1*

Cofgene
02-07-2015, 11:32 PM
My dad passed away a thousand years ago but a very generous someone at 23andme shared his haplogroup. Both of us trace our genealogy through the Trask name to Massachusetts in Colonial times and in Somerset County, England to the 1500s.

I have a pet migration theory I'd like to prove or disprove-- of course ill read all the R1b info here but can anyone else direct me to some other reliable sites?

Any help appreciated!

There are 9 Trask individuals who have tested at FamilyTreeDNA.com If you do not have a Trask sample there consider testing and we can work with you within the U106 project to refine your haplogroup. L47 covers a lot of haplogroups. An individual within the project is working on determining the broad migration brushstrokes for a good number of the haplogroups under U106. The research effort is early but we need individuals with old documented lineages to have a reasonably well refined haplogroup.

Look for L47 on the current haplogroup tree to understand just how many current options there are for your line.
https://app.box.com/s/afqsrrnvv2d51msqcz2o


https://www.familytreedna.com/public/u106/