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    I'd like to pull together a list of I-M253 men who have taken the new Chromo2 test offered by BritainsDNA, ScotlandsDNA, etc. Two are acknowledged on Rootsweb. Let's hear from anyone else. Thanks,

    Phil Goff

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    Have just ordered Chromo 2 for 66263, L338+
    Will send you results when they come in.

    cheers

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    Phil ~ as you know, I've sent you my Chromo 2 results. KN said (in an email to me) other I1, Z73+ should also order the Chromo 2 in order to exploit 21 SNPs of interest in my result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgo1963 View Post
    I'd like to pull together a list of I-M253 men who have taken the new Chromo2 test offered by BritainsDNA, ScotlandsDNA, etc. Two are acknowledged on Rootsweb. Let's hear from anyone else. Thanks,

    Phil Goff

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    Results are in for James, Kit 66263
    How do I extract the Raw Data?

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    I just emailed BritainsDNA support as the Raw files are not showing up on the results pages.
    They have my brother as I-S1954
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    Quote Originally Posted by rivergirl View Post
    Results are in for James, Kit 66263
    How do I extract the Raw Data?

    EDIT
    I just emailed BritainsDNA support as the Raw files are not showing up on the results pages.
    They have my brother as I-S1954

    rivergirl,

    It took nine days after I got my initial results from BritainsDNA for the link to show up that allowed me to download my Raw YDNA Test Results Data file.

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    Maternal Ancestor: Susannah Hunt, 1739-1785, New Jersey

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgo1963 View Post
    I'd like to pull together a list of I-M253 men who have taken the new Chromo2 test offered by BritainsDNA, ScotlandsDNA, etc. Two are acknowledged on Rootsweb. Let's hear from anyone else. Thanks,

    Phil Goff
    Is there a list of I-M253 men who have taken the Big Y test?

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    Received my Raw Data file today and have emailed the file to Ken N.
    Ken mentioned last week that my relatives kit has a ton of new SNPs, so hopefully some of them are useful.

    We are also waiting on Big Y results for the same kit, due in February.

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    Hi. Excuse this being my first post - I have my BritainsDNA results and Im still struggling to understand the results. I am S-1954 (a subclade? of I-M253). I would very much like to narrow down its geographic distribution. All advice gratefully received!

    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melcombe View Post
    Hi. Excuse this being my first post - I have my BritainsDNA results and Im still struggling to understand the results. I am S-1954 (a subclade? of I-M253). I would very much like to narrow down its geographic distribution. All advice gratefully received!

    David
    I'm not an I-M253 expert, but the ISOGG I Tree shows I-S1954 as I1a2a1a1a, a subclade of I-S244 (I-Z58) or I1a2.

    Maciamo Hay of Eupedia has I-Z58 as leading to branches that he has labeled as "West Germanic" and "Anglo-Saxon": http://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_I1_Y-DNA.shtml

    I don't know whether that is accurate or not.

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    Apparently S1954 is also downstream of Z60 and Z140: Z58>Z59>Z60>Z140>Z2535>S1954 or, all in "S" nomenclature, S244>S246>S337>S440>S1953>S1954. Here is what Eupedia has to say about them:

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    Z60+ is found throughout the Germanic world

    Z140+ is a strongly West Germanic subclade, found essentially in the British Isles the Low Countries, northern France, central and southern Germany, and Switzerland. It is very rare in Nordic countries. Isolated samples were found in Spain, central and southern Italy, Slovenia, Bohemia, Poland, Ukraine and Russia. Z140* matches the AS5, AS6, AS814 and EE haplotypes in FTDNA's STR-based nomenclature.

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