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Thread: R-U152 HG38 Enhancement

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    R-U152 HG38 Enhancement

    Any news / stats regarding the FTDNA HG38 update?

    -How many U152s are still waiting?
    -Do we need to contact FTDNA if we haven't received the update yet?
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    Roman helmet, gilded silver, 319-323 A.D. Made by Marcus Titus Lunamis. Found in 1910, Helenaveen, The Netherlands.
    Its owner belonged to the sixth cavalry unit of the Equites Stablesiani. On the right side of the helmet cap it says ‘Stablesia VI'.

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    Don't know about the hg38 part, but there are still 43 pending BigY tests to complete, 21 of which are batch 782 or earlier. Of these 21, 9 have messages saying their results have been delayed.
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    U152>L2>Z49>Z142>Z12222>FGC12378>FGC12384. Yfull YF01489. YSEARCH 2PJVS.
    Earliest Known Paternal Ancestor: Edward Leopold Mitchell (NPE), b 1893, London, England

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    My Y-DNA111 upgrade came in today, no sign of the HG38 upgrade though (expected date is still the original one given in 2013.)
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    Roman helmet, gilded silver, 319-323 A.D. Made by Marcus Titus Lunamis. Found in 1910, Helenaveen, The Netherlands.
    Its owner belonged to the sixth cavalry unit of the Equites Stablesiani. On the right side of the helmet cap it says ‘Stablesia VI'.

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