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    E-M84 - Additional Testing (short of Big Y)

    My cousin took the Y-37 and was placed in the following category:

    E-Z827>Z830>PF1962>M123>M34>M84>CTS1096>Y14899>Y1489 1>8970404 (and 21089706) [Cluster B6939] DYS448=19 and DYS520=20-assumed.

    Short of a couple of SNP's that FTDNA doesn't offer (and I can't test this cousin again for processing at another company), the project administrator pushed the Big Y.

    Is there anything else I can do to refine this without upgrading to the Big Y? I'm working on several lines and it's not in the budget.

    Also, I've read papers written by A.A. Aliev and D.L. Tartakovsky about Ashkenazim and E1b1b1c1a. Can you point me to something more recent based upon the results that will help me understand the migration pattern.
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    Okay, maybe there were too many details in the category.
    So basically these results tell me that this Y ancestor was somewhere in the Middle East several thousand years ago. Is that it?
    Anyone? What's the next step or is that it?
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    ask here :
    https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/e-3b/activity-feed

    https://www.yfull.com/

    see here your branch https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-Y14899/
    regards
    adam

    p.s

    nice to see e-m84 with sweedish roots

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    see here your branch https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-Y14899/
    regards
    adam

    p.s

    nice to see e-m84 with sweedish roots
    Anything below the yfull line for E-Y14899 needs further testing, correct? I'm fairly new to Y testing and don't want to assume.

    Swedish...ha

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    i think mfa from this forum knows better than me
    but if the prediction is good for your cousin than it is indid aschenazi branch
    Attachment 14682
    found in ukranian, belarusian, and german jews i think it was one of the surviving aschenazi bottlneck branches
    by the german crusades or the black death ...

    regards
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    jews were in sweeden from 1680 if i am not mistaken
    so a lot of water in the river passed since than

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    It's plausible.
    This branch is from German Jews.
    Thanks Adam

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    so your direct paternal line is german jewish ?
    can you share with me where in germany ?

    regards
    adam


    p.s
    and i thought you are sweedish as erikson is sweedish surname

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    so your direct paternal line is german jewish ?
    can you share with me where in germany ?

    regards
    adam


    p.s
    and i thought you are sweedish as erikson is sweedish surname
    Just having fun with the name.

    This test is for a branch of my family that is known only back to 1735. My ancestor showed up in Rhineland-Palatinate and is found on a marriage document in the 1750's. Another cousin in the same Y branch took the test and matches someone else identically on all 37 markers. The MRCA is unknown between those two people. That identical match is to a person with ancestry in Frankfurt dating back to the 1600's.

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    cool i have matches with german jews on my x chromosome
    15cm with 2 german jews on the same region...
    regards
    adam

    german jews are the root of aschenazi
    so your direct paternal line was german jew yekke cool man
    by the way y14899 was found in christian palestinian.....
    http://www.haplozone.net/e3b/project/kitnum/324456
    and some other arab belong to this branch.
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    I'm aware that this branch is shared with Arabs and Christian Palestinians. Somewhere far back in time there was a CA. I've seen some entertaining comments in regards to denying and negating that fact.

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