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Thread: FaerieQueene's Husband's 23andme Results

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    Quote Originally Posted by spruithean View Post
    While it is common in Scandinavia, it is also found in Central European populations with IIRC some L22 showing up in Longobard graves in Hungary or Italy (I can't recall which at the moment).

    L22 could have been brought to the isles with Anglo-Saxons, Vikings or Normans or any other migrants from the continent. I-L22 isn't as rare as 23andMe states, it's actually one of the more common branches below DF29.
    I gather it is a very Germanic haplogroup/subclade.....?
    SHLAMA ܫܠܡܐ

    mother's mtdna: U2e1a1
    mother's paternal grandmother's mtdna: U5b1b1
    paternal grandmother's mtdna: H13a2c1
    father's ydna: E-BY63615

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaerieQueene View Post
    When we got his results we saw his paternal aunt at the top of the list of his DNA Relatives. She is 0.2% African and 0.1% Native American. So my husband and I theorize that there must be a teensy bit more African from his maternal side. For example my Mom has 0.6% SSA, but my mom's paternal aunt has 0.7% SSA, so there must be a teensy bit more SSA from my mother's maternal side.

    Edit: Depending on which GEDmatch calculator my Mom has around 50% more to twice as much SSA on there than on 23andme. She has also scored less than 1% Native American on GEDmatch even though she has 0.0% on 23andme.
    Your mother has an African American ancestor? What state is she from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikeliot View Post
    Your mother has an African American ancestor? What state is she from?
    She was born and raised in Missouri. Her family has been in Missouri since at least the 1800s. When I did my family history research I found her ancestors were originally in Virginia in the very early days of America.
    SHLAMA ܫܠܡܐ

    mother's mtdna: U2e1a1
    mother's paternal grandmother's mtdna: U5b1b1
    paternal grandmother's mtdna: H13a2c1
    father's ydna: E-BY63615

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    Quote Originally Posted by spruithean View Post
    While it is common in Scandinavia, it is also found in Central European populations with IIRC some L22 showing up in Longobard graves in Hungary or Italy (I can't recall which at the moment).

    L22 could have been brought to the isles with Anglo-Saxons, Vikings or Normans or any other migrants from the continent. I-L22 isn't as rare as 23andMe states, it's actually one of the more common branches below DF29.
    Keeping it simple is best if you already know his roots are in the British Isles. So L22 has spread to Italy and wherever "Germanic" migrations have occurred from Scandinavia. You're lucky that you can overlook that. If he's from Britain then the explanation for his L22 is most likely to be an Anglo-Saxon, Viking or Norman forefather. Those were the biggest movements that would have carried L22 men. Any idea what region his surname is from?
    Living DNA Cautious mode:
    Wales-related ancestry: 86.8%
    Cornwall: 8%
    North England-related ancestry: 5.2%
    Y line: Peak District, England. Big Y match: Scania, Sweden; TMRCA 1,280 ybp (YFull);
    mtDNA: traces to Glamorgan, Wales
    Mother's Y: traces to Llanvair Discoed, Wales

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaerieQueene View Post
    She was born and raised in Missouri. Her family has been in Missouri since at least the 1800s. When I did my family history research I found her ancestors were originally in Virginia in the very early days of America.
    So she probably has some African American ancestors from the 1700s would be my guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonikW View Post
    Keeping it simple is best if you already know his roots are in the British Isles. So L22 has spread to Italy and wherever "Germanic" migrations have occurred from Scandinavia. You're lucky that you can overlook that. If he's from Britain then the explanation for his L22 is most likely to be an Anglo-Saxon, Viking or Norman forefather. Those were the biggest movements that would have carried L22 men. Any idea what region his surname is from?
    Thank you again for the information. I found this chart, by the way. Looks like I'm gonna have to buy him an FTDNA ydna kit one day.
    SHLAMA ܫܠܡܐ

    mother's mtdna: U2e1a1
    mother's paternal grandmother's mtdna: U5b1b1
    paternal grandmother's mtdna: H13a2c1
    father's ydna: E-BY63615

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    My sister-in-law's AncestryDNA for comparison. She and my husband are full siblings.
    SHLAMA ܫܠܡܐ

    mother's mtdna: U2e1a1
    mother's paternal grandmother's mtdna: U5b1b1
    paternal grandmother's mtdna: H13a2c1
    father's ydna: E-BY63615

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    My results are pretty similar to his.

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    I have 285 Neanderthal variants.
    mtDNA: T2b (but I was helped by another user here to determine it's T2b4a)
    yDNA: R-L196 (1 in 11,000 23andMe customers get this)

    2nd attachment is the old Ancestry reference panel which I think is what your sister-in-law's results are on, and the 3rd attachment is the current update on 16,000 reference sample that everyone is getting updated to this month automatically. I've had the new results since September. 4th attachment is South Asian beta results.
    Last edited by aafusc2988; 05-16-2019 at 07:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikeliot View Post
    Almost everyone with small amounts of African in the US is either getting Senegambian/Guinean or Congolese.
    Really? I got Ghanaian, Liberian, & Sierra Leonean. Also Broadly Sub-Saharan African. My mom and some relative matches from her side (I'm talking 2nd-3rd cousins) on Ancestry.com got 1% Mali. I am from the South though so somewhere way back it probably makes sense. My mom is from Ohio but her mom is from Charleston, SC. My dad's family is all from Georgia I think.

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    My Husband's 23andme compared to his Paternal Aunt. My husband's percentages on the left and his aunt's on the right:
    SHLAMA ܫܠܡܐ

    mother's mtdna: U2e1a1
    mother's paternal grandmother's mtdna: U5b1b1
    paternal grandmother's mtdna: H13a2c1
    father's ydna: E-BY63615

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