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Thread: Any others with U1a1?, Or any Indians?

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    Any others with U1a1?, Or any Indians?

    Curious about origin of this Haplogroup and its distribution, one of my Indian Relatives is U1a1 at least from 23andme. Some sources say its found in Kerala Christians and others show Middle Eastern and Italian/Tuscan links as well. If you show U1a1 or any descendant as your MTDNA please reply with your ethnicity, Thanks!.
    Last edited by Zak_S; 07-10-2017 at 11:14 PM.

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    Hi Zak - I am u1a1, and the farthest I trace back, which is only 4 generations on the maternal line, is Slovakia. I am actively trying to research that line. I test as 2% south Asian, which I know can be "noise," however I understand some Roma go back to India, and while I have no known Roma ancestry, I am curious if that is where the south Asian is from. Still researching!

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    U1a1 is estimated to be about 20,000 years old and is very widely distributed from Europe to the Middle East to South Asia. You would need the full mtDNA sequence test to identify a more refined subclade of U1a1 to say something more specific about the geographic origins of your branch. If you tested at 23andMe you can upload your results to James Lick's mthap web tool to see if any extra mutations were found that identify a more specific subclade.

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    Berlin based Indian with U1a1c1

    Quote Originally Posted by Zak_S View Post
    Curious about origin of this Haplogroup and its distribution, one of my Indian Relatives is U1a1 at least from 23andme. Some sources say its found in Kerala Christians and others show Middle Eastern and Italian/Tuscan links as well. If you show U1a1 or any descendant as your MTDNA please reply with your ethnicity, Thanks!.

    Hi there.. both my parents are from South India (Davangere and Ballupet... nearest common city is Bengaluru). I was born in UK but raised in Australia and am based in Berlin, Germany. I have not found much info on U1a1 (and definitely none of U1a1c1).

    I identify as a Kannada person.. and that is also my mother tongue. What about you guys? What have you learned so far?

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    I am an Albanian with U1.

    Here is a U1 general thread I opened where I dump any relevant papers and information that comes my way

    https://anthrogenica.com/showthread....ighlight=U1a1a

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    Hi, I am U1a1, unsure about any further defined than that. I am 100% European, not sure about my mom's direct female line as it dies out rather quickly, but all others on that side of the family have been European settlers to colonial America. Sorry I can't be more helpful!
    Ancestry - GB 54%, Europe West 28%, Scandinavia 11%, Ireland/Scotland/Wales 3%, Iberian 1%, Europe South 1%
    23andMe - Britain & Ireland 60.3%, French & German 26.3%, Scandinavian 1.7%, Iberian .9%, Finnish .4%, NW Europe 9.2%
    FTDNA - West & Central Europe 63%, Scandinavia 19%, British Isles 18%
    MyHeritage - North & West Europe 49.2%, English 20%, Scandinavian 18.4%, Iberian 12.4%
    DNALand - NW European 73%, South & Central Europe 15%, SW European 9.1%, Finnish 2.2%,

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