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    RU152>A520>RBY63441
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    U5b1b1-T16192C

    RU152

    So is there any more new information out on this haplogroup? My last name is Springfield and my grandpa told me his family was from England. Is RU152/S28 from roman legionnaires or is it from northern Europe?

    Thank you

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    R-S47>Z44>BY66065
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    U5b2a2b

    England North of England Australia Wales
    Hi,

    R-U152 has many branches and sub-branches, each with their own history and possible origins. I'm not sure what testing you have done but if you have tested positive for U152 you will need to test deeper to find what branch you are on.

    If you haven't done so yet and have tested positive for U152 I recommend that you join the R-U152 Project. https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/r-1b-u152/about.

    Cheers
    R-U152>Z56>Z46>Z48>Z44>BY66065
    U5b2a2b
    Ancestry DNA 2020; England NW Europe 55%, Scotland 19%, Ireland 10%, Sweden 8%, Norway 6%, Wales 2%
    Ancestry DNA 2019; England, Wales, NW Europe 86%, Norway 7%, Sweden 7%
    Ancestry DNA 2018; England, Wales, NW Europe 91%, Norway 9%
    Original Ancestry DNA; Europe West 54%, Great Britain 23%, Wales/Scotland/Ireland 13%; Scandinavia 7%; Iberian Peninsula 2%
    FTDNA; British Isles 81%, West and Central Europe 18%
    Paper Trail; England 87.5%, Wales 12.5%

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