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    Anyone know anything about this subgroup?

    Just been confirmed to be FGC32004 down from L193.

    Anyone know anything about this Haplogroup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nqp15hhu View Post
    Just been confirmed to be FGC32004 down from L193.

    Anyone know anything about this Haplogroup?
    That would require an FGC32004 SNP, or a SNP downstream of it (or a sequencing test). If you have only tested STRs you aren't confirmed anything...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacUalraig View Post
    That would require an FGC32004 SNP, or a SNP downstream of it (or a sequencing test). If you have only tested STRs you aren't confirmed anything...
    This.

    But anyway, about that position on the tree: https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-FGC32004/

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacUalraig View Post
    That would require an FGC32004 SNP, or a SNP downstream of it (or a sequencing test). If you have only tested STRs you aren't confirmed anything...
    Iím waiting on the SNP pack. But that will be my SNP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nqp15hhu View Post
    I’m waiting on the SNP pack. But that will be my SNP.
    You can't be so sure, in some cases some people are ancestral for certain SNPs, surprisingly. But chances are considering your ancestry and the locations it's probably a derived value.

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    Just been confirmed, A7713. Not sure what that infers. But the BigTree says that this I am related to the two men that share it within the last 200-300 years.

    Not sure about that as my ancestors where in NI in 1740.

    I think it wouldíve been further back than that.

    Also of note is that I share nothing with the Cumming men in the group. I didnít think so either as my surname has never been spelt that way. There must be a reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nqp15hhu View Post
    Just been confirmed, A7713. Not sure what that infers. But the BigTree says that this I am related to the two men that share it within the last 200-300 years.

    Not sure about that as my ancestors where in NI in 1740.

    I think it wouldíve been further back than that.

    Also of note is that I share nothing with the Cumming men in the group. I didnít think so either as my surname has never been spelt that way. There must be a reason.
    If I recall correctly your surname was at one point was an anglicized spelling of Mac Skimming. Perhaps this may explain why you don't share anything with the Cummings individuals?

    SNP timeframe estimates are variable as more samples roll in and provide more data to make estimates with (the timing could decrease or increase).

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    That was a suggestion and something done in the 1700ís. However, iíve not matched any McSkimmings on any site and there is no FTDNA group for them.

    I am not sure if that was just a Northern Ireland thing. BY651 is a Highland group as far as I know, but McSkimmings are western Borders i.e Stranraer.

    I honestly donít know where I tie in. I may well be Ferguson?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nqp15hhu View Post
    That was a suggestion and something done in the 1700’s. However, i’ve not matched any McSkimmings on any site and there is no FTDNA group for them.

    I am not sure if that was just a Northern Ireland thing. BY651 is a Highland group as far as I know, but McSkimmings are western Borders i.e Stranraer.

    I honestly don’t know where I tie in. I may well be Ferguson?
    I may be wrong, but Mac/McSkimming doesn't seem to be a very common surname and that could explain your lack of matches.

    BY651 may be a "Highland" group, but people move around and Galloway was not exactly isolated from movement from around Britain and Ireland, Galloway's history prior to being incorporated in the Kingdom of Scotland was quite eventful.

    Perhaps you may be related to Ferguson? I would think Big Y type testing eventually could help confirm such a connection?

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    I am 2 steps out from Ferguson. I donít know what the connection is to McSkimmings or what it infers.

    I thought buying these tests would answer a few questions, but in actual fact Iíve now got more questions in regards to origin and history.

    I still have no idea where they came from in Scotland and what the surname was. Whether or not weíre Clan Cumming either is also up in the air.

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