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Willun98
06-02-2015, 05:22 AM
Hello all I'm R-l21-DF13-FGC13780 -CTS3937

Wondering how many of us tested + for FGC13780 & CTS3937 also wondering if anyone has any origin theory's

Thanks
Erik Middleton

Sil Anmchada
05-22-2016, 09:11 PM
Hello all I'm R-l21-DF13-FGC13780 -CTS3937

Wondering how many of us tested + for FGC13780 & CTS3937 also wondering if anyone has any origin theory's

Thanks
Erik Middleton


Hello Erik,

As of last week my cousin, Larry Dulin, got the SNP results from YSEQ.net. He is FGC13780+ but negative for CTS3937. I noticed on the Ytree.com that there is a Pruett, Middleton and Nance under FGC13780. Nance that is FGC13780* like my cousin is from Cornwall. Cornwall is part of the six Celtic nations. My immigrant ancestor was a Robert Dooling ca. 1680-1734 born possibly in England or Ireland.

Thank you for your post. Roxanne Dulin

Teutorigos
09-30-2017, 05:23 AM
Hmm, using AncestryDNA raw data, which is not the best source for Y DNA analysis, Wegene's says I am R1b1a1a2a1a2c1f3a1 aka FGC13780*

According to this paper : http://www.academia.edu/24686284/The_phylogenealogy_of_R-L21_four_and_a_half_millennia_of_expansion_and_red istribution

it is only found in Cornwall and the USA.

I know Autosomal DNA is not YDNA but an interesting thing is Eurogenes' EUTEST so my closest European 4 way ancestry is 50% Cornwall and 25% Orcadian and 25% Scottish. I do have known English ancestry but not on my paternal grandfather's side but I haven't been able to find any genealogical information on my paternal grandfather in otherwords no official paper trail so it is possible.

I also live in a town called Cornwall in New York USA :P:beerchug:

I dunno that I trust Wegenes info ,though, so I am skeptical.