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    Smile R-U152 R-FGC36273

    R-U152
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    R-S14469
    R-FG668
    R-FGC36253
    R-FGC36273

    On YFull only 3 people got R-FGC36273.
    One it's me, one is unknow, and the other one is from Cagliari, Sardinia Island.

    Is it possible to determinate an ancient storic or pre-historic culture these 3 people come from?
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    Ciao Giovani.

    One of my Y-DNA strong STR matches (63/67) with the same surname as me "Wilson", is also R-FGC36273. His is in America and I am in Australia, and our ancestors come from the Scottish Borders (Southern Scotland). How and when our ancestors got to Scotland is unknown. Perhaps with the French in 1066? Or the Romans much earlier, or even earlier than that perhaps? I wonder if anyone has an idea on how old R-FGC36273 might be?

    Brett
    U152+ L2+ John Wilson is currently my oldest known direct male ancestor. John Wilson married in the parish of Hawick (Pronounced as Hoik) in the Scottish Borders in 1699. Many of his descendants went on to be very successful in business in Hawick and some even became somewhat famous. Like James Wilson (my 1st cousin) who was a manufacturer, then M.P and the founder of "The Economist" Magazine and the Standard Chartered Bank. Another was Sir James Glenny Wilson, also of Hawick originally.

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    3,100 years ago approx... https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-FGC36273/
    U152+ L2+ John Wilson is currently my oldest known direct male ancestor. John Wilson married in the parish of Hawick (Pronounced as Hoik) in the Scottish Borders in 1699. Many of his descendants went on to be very successful in business in Hawick and some even became somewhat famous. Like James Wilson (my 1st cousin) who was a manufacturer, then M.P and the founder of "The Economist" Magazine and the Standard Chartered Bank. Another was Sir James Glenny Wilson, also of Hawick originally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrettMaximus View Post
    Ciao Giovani.

    One of my Y-DNA strong STR matches (63/67) with the same surname as me "Wilson", is also R-FGC36273. His is in America and I am in Australia, and our ancestors come from the Scottish Borders (Southern Scotland). How and when our ancestors got to Scotland is unknown. Perhaps with the French in 1066? Or the Romans much earlier, or even earlier than that perhaps? I wonder if anyone has an idea on how old R-FGC36273 might be?

    Brett
    Follow the Phylogeny as far down the R1b tree as you can to get an approximation: https://eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_R1b_Y-DNA.shtml

    There's a good chance that U152 arrived in the British Isles with the Iron Age Celts according to Jean Manco in Blood of the Celts, page 136.
    Last edited by Celt_??; 07-29-2018 at 07:09 PM.
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