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RFRITCH33
10-17-2015, 12:07 PM
Hi. I recently found out that my Maternal Uncle is R1b-S1026. What do we know about this subclade (ie. Where did it originate and where is it found in high numbers?) It seems to be pretty new, and I can't seem to find out a lot about it. I hope that someone on this forum can help me!!

Huntergatherer1066
09-14-2016, 11:13 PM
I guess this thread could be relocated further downstream, but I don't see any other threads dedicated to solely S1026 yet. My brother-in-law (kit 456123, Richardson) just tested positive for S1026 via the M343 SNP pack, he doesn't have that many matches compared to most people in L21 so I'm not surprised he is in one of the less common subclades. He has three 37 marker level matches, all of whom have surnames which can be Welsh patronymics, and of course Richardson itself was a patronymic originally. I haven't traced his known genealogy beyond the New World yet. At some point I'll do further testing on him beyond the 37 markers and M343 SNP pack, I have other tests to do first though. I've added him to the L21 project and sent a request to the S1026 project. Is David Dowell here on Anthrogenica? I know we have David Powell.

Erik_Maher
12-05-2018, 09:51 AM
There is a cluster with surnames Bentley, Drake, and possibly Harris, Bastin, Grant, and Lee that are confirmed or predicted S1026+ Z16886+. Do you RFRITCH33, or Richardson 456123, have an STR signature that looks something like this?

391=10,
439=13,
458=18,
447=24,
449=30,
464a=13,
460=10,
H4=10,
CDYa=35,
442=11,
534=16,
446=12,
487=14.

If so, you may belong in their cluster.

There are another group of S1026+ folks (not sure if they're the same or a separate group from the one just mentioned) who are listed in Alex Williamson's Big Tree. Their surnames are McDonnell and variations thereof such as McDaniel, McDonald, and Dowell; and Neely, Hardesty, Willoughby, Beairsto, Murphy, O'Connor, Wahab, and Stevenson.