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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubhthach View Post
    A725 by itself is probably quite old, here's the dates on Dr. Iain McDonald's site:

    FGC4087 127 AD (348 BC — 532 AD)
    FGC12948 583 AD (23 AD — 1115 AD)
    A725 329 AD (116 BC — 736 AD)
    A2299 1029 AD (481 AD — 1477 AD)
    FGC811 1543 AD (1056 AD — 1830 AD)
    A11360 1072 AD (586 AD — 1442 AD)
    2889849 1381 AD (944 AD — 1711 AD)

    So it might have arisen in the 4th century (95% probability within range of 116BC to 736AD), that's a fairly old branch that's for sure.

    Currently at least 25 A725+ men who have done BigY have shared their results with Alex Williamson, you can see some of the structure here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacUalraig View Post
    Or rather, who have done Y Elite or Big Y.
    Pedant personally I did the test with FGC before they added the 'Elite' to it but yeah I probably should have said NGS (Next Generation Sequencing)
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    I got my 23andMe results and I am indeed an R-M222 person.

    I can't seem to find more information past that, although there is a mountain of raw data included that I can't possibly make sense of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gallagher View Post
    I got my 23andMe results and I am indeed an R-M222 person.

    I can't seem to find more information past that, although there is a mountain of raw data included that I can't possibly make sense of.
    You won't learn anything more from your 23andMe results. That's as far as they go in terms of Y-DNA.
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    I'm assuming your surname is Gallagher, in which case a M222+ result isn't really surprising

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGM View Post
    You won't learn anything more from your 23andMe results. That's as far as they go in terms of Y-DNA.
    Disappointing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dubhthach View Post
    I'm assuming your surname is Gallagher, in which case a M222+ result isn't really surprising
    Yeah I expected it somewhat.

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    So we got a A10525+ result for a man bearing the surname Flaherty. A10525 is a branch of wider A260 (itself part of A259). What's interesting is this makes it the second Flaherty who is A260+ confirmed, the first one is awaiting a result for A10525.

    There's a possibility here we are coming close to a SNP that might mark a segment of the Uí Briúin Seola which the O'Flaherty's were the leading lineage of during the middle ages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubhthach View Post
    So we got a A10525+ result for a man bearing the surname Flaherty. A10525 is a branch of wider A260 (itself part of A259). What's interesting is this makes it the second Flaherty who is A260+ confirmed, the first one is awaiting a result for A10525.

    There's a possibility here we are coming close to a SNP that might mark a segment of the Uí Briúin Seola which the O'Flaherty's were the leading lineage of during the middle ages.
    That would be awesome.

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    Devlin and myself have a new FGC30690 Big Y match. I can infer from the “snps not matching” column that this new match must share the snps A10530, A10531 and A10534 with Devlin forming a new branch under S588>FGC30690>FGC30697.
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    I've just got my brother's BigY results and he is still S588. I've uploaded his VCF file to Y DNA Data Warehouse. Anything else I should do?

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