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    mtDNA haplogroup I, subclade I3d

    I have been identified as carrying mtDNA haplogroup I, subclade I3d. Very ancient in Britain. My maternal origins are Cornish. The maternal lineage is known as far as Phillipa (maiden name unknown, born Abt. 1710, in Probus, Cornwall, England) and so on back through all their female ancestors.

    The mtDNA I, subclade I3d, is a fairly rare matrilinear lineage, being found in average in 2% of Europeans and under 1% of Near Easterners. It is principally a European haplogroup; likely present in Homo sapiens populations that first colonized Europe.

    Are any others of this group out there?

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