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    I1-Z2336 origins?

    This is my Paternal Haplogroup , my dad is from Pennsylvania and everyone in his family tree that goes back to the first ancestor that came over back in the mid 1770s from switzerland has been either Swiss German , German (palatine) , and Austrian .

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    I-Z2336 aka I-CTS6364 is quite old (formed 4600 ybp with a TMRCA of 4200 ybp). See YFull's tree.

    I would imagine it (well descendant groups of Z2336) has a fairly solid origin amongst the Germanic populations who eventually settled in Switzerland.

    Eupedia posts this about Z2336/CTS6364.

    Have you considered testing more SNPs or taking Big Y or another NGS test to confirm your terminal SNP below Z2336?

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    Thanks for the info ! , and im not sure how to do the NGS testing

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    I-Z2336 aka I-CTS6364 is mostly represented in Scandinavia and territories "visited" by Norsemen/Vikings/Varangians.

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    Yeah it's a fair deal of a Germanic marker. Maybe many claims of the so called Viking descent are quite true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltyShanker View Post
    Thanks for the info ! , and im not sure how to do the NGS testing
    Big Y offered by FamilyTreeDNA or one of the tests provided by Full Genomes Corp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spruithean View Post
    Big Y offered by FamilyTreeDNA or one of the tests provided by Full Genomes Corp.
    BigY is now overpriced by being packed with a binding Y-DNA111 panel. FullGenomes' product is a much better choice because it provides ... well ... a full genome result, not just mere Y-chromosome tested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltyShanker View Post
    Thanks for the info ! , and im not sure how to do the NGS testing
    As advised earlier in the other thread here, as you are a M227 carrier it narrows a list of you "recent Y-DNA cousins" it to a rather small group of individuals. Please contact me for more details.

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    I just tested with Living DNA and they assigned me to this haplogroup (I1a1/CTS6364/Z2336). My Y line goes back to the Scottish borders, as far as I can confirm with the paper trail.

    Would be interested to discover more about who fits in this group. Definitely interested in further Y testing, but just assessing the cost and where the best place is to test.
    Latest paper trail:
    Lancashire/Manchester - 20%; Tyne&Wear - 12.5%; Scotland - 12.5%; Ireland - 25%; Mecklenburg-Schwerin - 12.5%; Somerset - 6.5%; Essex - 8%; Yorkshire - 3%
    Y-line: I-M253 -> DF29 -> Y2592 -> CTS6364 -> CTS10028/Z2337 -> S6346 -> FGC10430/Y13056 -> FGC10445 -> FGC10476/FGC10470 -> Y23356 -> BY108795 -> FTA95336

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