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    How can L682 and CTS2272 belong to different O haplogroups?

    Hi I've got a question. In the yellowish table from this Korean link the blogger claims that L682 belongs to O2b1b, while CTS2272 belongs to O3a2c1c1a. How can this be? My Big Y results indicated that I'm positive for both CTS2272 and L682. So how can I belong to both O2b1b and O3a2c1c1a? Also, I thought L682>CTS2272
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    Hi, first off I would amend your profile to say Y-DNA is O-M175 if that is what you are. What you currently show is a bit confusing.

    As regards your question the ISOGG tree shows the two SNPs in different sub-branches of O-M175

    O1b2a1a2a L682, CTS2734, CTS6803,CTS9322, K28
    O2a2b1a2b1a2 CTS682, CTS2272, CTS7184, CTS8951

    https://isogg.org/tree/ISOGG_HapgrpO.html

    What are your actual alleles (results) for these two markers? For example I am L682=T- and CTS2272=G- respectively from my FGC BAM.
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    Hi MacUalraig, thanks. 1) Regarding my profile you're right. I'm just not good at computers. Couldn't even post a photo profile.
    2)I don't know how to access my FGC BAM from FTDNA, but I think you may have solved my quandary. I might have mistaken CTS682 for L682. Indeed, my FTDNA Y DNA profile says I am CTS2272. So I am assuming I am CTS682>CTS2272, since I am positive for both on my Big Y results page, which does not even list L682.

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    Are you a member of Jeonju Lee clan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sahaliyan View Post
    Are you a member of Jeonju Lee clan?
    Sahaliyan, my mother's family have Jeonju Yi surname and have genealogical records as descendants of King Sejong and his father Yi Songye.

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    2)I don't know how to access my FGC BAM from FTDNA ...
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    after you type your kit id & contact info, select in the drop down menu Big Y BAM Request

    You may have to be signed into your kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hando View Post
    Sahaliyan, my mother's family have Jeonju Yi surname and have genealogical records as descendants of King Sejong and his father Yi Songye.
    In that case, your family's genealogical records are very peculiar because King Sejong of Joseon is generally considered to be a grandson of King Taejo (i.e. Yi Seonggye, the founder of the Yi Dynasty of Joseon). King Sejong's father was King Taejong of Joseon (i.e. Yi Bang-won).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebizur View Post
    In that case, your family's genealogical records are very peculiar because King Sejong of Joseon is generally considered to be a grandson of King Taejo (i.e. Yi Seonggye, the founder of the Yi Dynasty of Joseon). King Sejong's father was King Taejong of Joseon (i.e. Yi Bang-won).
    You are correct. I made a mistake. Indeed, my mother's family's genealogical records state that King Sejong was the grandson of Yi Songye. Not son. I hope you're confusion has been resolved.

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