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Principe
09-08-2016, 12:43 PM
Hi all,

Can someone tell the history or the movement of U5a2b? My mother is from Sicily, province of Agrigento, I only have 3 matches mt matches on Ftdna, is my Mtdna rare?

Morges
09-08-2016, 03:22 PM
We've the same mtDNA and my side is from Sicily too. Eupedia said:

U5a2b
U5a2b1: found in western and central Europe, in Russia and in Kazakhstan
U5a2b2: found in Ukraine and northern Italy
U5a2b3: found in England, Hungary and Finland
U5a2b4: found in Ireland, France and Norway

Principe
09-08-2016, 03:36 PM
We've the same mtDNA and my side is from Sicily too. Eupedia said:

U5a2b
U5a2b1: found in western and central Europe, in Russia and in Kazakhstan
U5a2b2: found in Ukraine and northern Italy
U5a2b3: found in England, Hungary and Finland
U5a2b4: found in Ireland, France and Norway

Very cool so does that makes distant maternal cousins? What part of Sicily is mother from? And im not sure which U5a2b it is nat geo gave me U5a2b5 which there isn't a lot of information on, and ftdna just gave me U5a2b no additional clade.

Morges
09-09-2016, 03:05 PM
Very cool so does that makes distant maternal cousins? What part of Sicily is mother from? And im not sure which U5a2b it is nat geo gave me U5a2b5 which there isn't a lot of information on, and ftdna just gave me U5a2b no additional clade.

Maternal side from south east Sicily.

Principe
09-09-2016, 03:46 PM
Maternal side from south east Sicily.

Okay so were not to far technically as I am from south west Sicily.

Morges
09-09-2016, 04:59 PM
Yeah I'm sure that this mtDNA is more common in South Italy more than Eupedia said.

Principe
09-09-2016, 05:51 PM
Yeah I'm sure that this mtDNA is more common in South Italy more than Eupedia said.

Yes I agree, my 3 matches on Ftdna 1 is Sicilian, 1 Southern Italian and the other im not sure (she appears to be hispanic, but it could be the father is and the mom is Italian). In terms of Eupedia after my experience i'm done with this site, they are not as credible as it seems they are not up to date with Southern Italians or Southern Europeans in general.

GailT
09-10-2016, 02:58 AM
There are only two U5a2b5 samples, one in GenBank from Italy, EU597544 from the Human Genome Project, and one from Tuscany from the 1000 Genomes project. If you tested at FTDNA you can join the U5 project and I'll compare your results to those two samples. Currently, we don't have any U5a2b5 in the project.

I have an age estimate for U5a2b of about 10,000 years and it mostly found in central and eastern Europe.

Principe
09-10-2016, 03:15 AM
There are only two U5a2b5 samples, one in GenBank from Italy, EU597544 from the Human Genome Project, and one from Tuscany from the 1000 Genomes project. If you tested at FTDNA you can join the U5 project and I'll compare your results to those two samples. Currently, we don't have any U5a2b5 in the project.

I have an age estimate for U5a2b of about 10,000 years and it mostly found in central and eastern Europe.

Thanks Gail, i'll join the project right now.

Larth
09-10-2016, 10:56 AM
There are only two U5a2b5 samples, one in GenBank from Italy, EU597544 from the Human Genome Project, and one from Tuscany from the 1000 Genomes project. If you tested at FTDNA you can join the U5 project and I'll compare your results to those two samples. Currently, we don't have any U5a2b5 in the project.

I have an age estimate for U5a2b of about 10,000 years and it mostly found in central and eastern Europe.

EU597544 is HGDP01147 from Human Genome Diversity Project, a North Italian from Bergamo.

Titus Valerius
09-10-2016, 01:02 PM
Hi all, my children are U5a2b and their earliest known ancestress was from Miseglia near Carrara ( Northen Tuscany), her name was Caterina Segreti (about 1560- ?). No matches in HVr1 and Hvr2 and in Coding Regions.

Davide D.
02-13-2017, 09:10 AM
Hi all, my children are U5a2b and their earliest known ancestress was from Miseglia near Carrara ( Northen Tuscany), her name was Caterina Segreti (about 1560- ?). No matches in HVr1 and Hvr2 and in Coding Regions.

Hi, I am U5a2b1, from Emilia Romagna.

olcay4
08-03-2017, 03:01 AM
Hello, I see most of you guys are from Italy. But I also have the maternal haplogroup of U5a2b. But the thing is, I'm actually from western-Anatolia(current day turkey). I find it very strange that i see people very far from me with the same maternal haplogroup. I just wanted to share with you guys that there are also people living outside of Europe with this maternal haplogroup.

Carbotti
08-11-2017, 07:12 AM
I'm mtDNA U5 . My mother Francavilla Fontana (BR) Italy

Kristy978
09-08-2017, 05:25 AM
Hi all,

Can someone tell the history or the movement of U5a2b? My mother is from Sicily, province of Agrigento, I only have 3 matches mt matches on Ftdna, is my Mtdna rare?


I have the same one and my mom is 100 Sicilian

Carbotti
12-06-2017, 07:09 AM
Subcluster U5a2 is relatively frequent in central and eastern Europe, but some haplotypes within U5a2b were detected in Mediterranean populations as well (Italy ) : Ancient Tribe Italic?

Larth
12-06-2017, 02:16 PM
U5a2b : found in Bronze Age Hungary

U5a2b1: found in western and central Europe, in Russia and in Kazakhstan
U5a2b2: found in Ukraine and northern Italy
U5a2b3: found in England, Hungary and Finland
U5a2b4: found in Ireland, France and Norway



Bell Beaker - Hungary
Budapest-Békásmegyer, Királyok útja [I2364 / GEN_10a, Grave 219/B]
M
2470–2060 calBCE
U5a2b


Maros -Hungary
Szoreg - C [RISE371]
F
2136-1941 BC
U5a2b

mrbill7820
02-24-2018, 05:56 AM
Hi, I am U5a2b1, from Emilia Romagna. Hello, Also a U5a2b . i a in the US, but my not so distant ( great grandparents) were from the Emilia Romagna region , specifically outside Bologna, in Cento. The U5 is from my maternal line