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Thread: I-Y36593 dna

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    I-Y36593 dna

    What is the current presumed origin for this haplotype?

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    It seems to correlate with men of gaelic surnames

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    Via ireland and scotland

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    McVay, McBean, ECT...

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    Perhaps western scotland

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    Canada Netherlands United Kingdom Cornwall Ireland France
    Not sure of the origin but it seems to be found in the US and Scotland according to YFull and the cousin branches from the upstream SNP also have origins in Britain, Ireland, France, etc.

    Given it belongs to I-M223 it could have any number of origins (the same with all haplogroups).

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