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    Polish Y-DNA lineages by voivodeship (FTDNA)

    So, last year I gathered data from the Polish FTDNA project. Here's the breakdown by voivodeship and sub-clade:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Passa View Post
    So, last year I gathered data from the Polish FTDNA project. Here's the breakdown by voivodeship and sub-clade:

    100% R1 in Lubuskie

    Interesting os 23% N in Prussia.
    Was there so many Lithuanians resettled?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rethel View Post
    Interesting os 23% N in Prussia.
    Was there so many Lithuanians resettled?
    ^^^
    In FTDNA Projects people provide info about birthplaces of their oldest known ancestors.

    So these are pre-WW2 percentages (and this applies to each of those 16 voivodeships).

    There is 23% of N because it is Old Prussian ancestry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomenable View Post
    ^^^
    In FTDNA Projects people provide info about birthplaces of their oldest known ancestors.

    So these are pre-WW2 percentages (and this applies to each of those 16 voivodeships).

    There is 23% of N because it is Old Prussian ancestry.
    To do bani z takimi badaniami...

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