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    I'd have a kipper for breakfast and post it to the food thread if I had one floating around the house to celebrate, not that I need much excuse to eat a Manx kipper : )

    FTDNA's notification system is well and truly broke right now so this is the first I've heard of this fellow joining the project.

    From memory these Mylreas are very close to your good self GD wise, and of course there is also the name association, so yes most likely he'll go straight into the ZP20+ group.

    I need to go through the unassigned folk anyway !!

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    Thank you very kindly. They are close to us indeed, GD-wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Mc View Post
    A Mylrea (FTDNA Kit# 338138) has just joined the R-DF49 and Subclades Project, which is an exciting addition for me. The McYlrea surname was carried from Mann to Ireland a few hundred years ago where it became McElrea. In the Isle of Man itself, about 15 years ago, most of the "Mc" names dropped the "c," and McYlrea became Mylrea.

    A question for jdean: Will the Mylreas need to test for ZP20 in order to take their place with the McElreas, or can they be assigned to ZP20?

    He has tested positive for DF49, so I don't know why FTDNA still shows him as a predicted R-L21... but I know that's FTDNA, not the administrators.
    DF49 is on the FTDNA haplotree now, what test did he take to be DF49+?

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    You can test for individual SNPs under "Advanced Tests." You simply select the type (SNP), and the marker (in our case, DF49) and then purchase the test. That's assuming that FTDNA already has a sample of your DNA.

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    I just realized I made a rather significant typo in post #10. I wrote: "In the Isle of Man itself, about 15 years ago, most of the "Mc" names dropped the "c," and McYlrea became Mylrea." I meant to say "150 years," but many names dropped the 'c' earlier than that.

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    DF49+, Z2980+, Z2976+, DF23- (like the Wilson and Kinross surnames)

    My surname is Rodríguez. My father and his family came from Salamanca (Spain).

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    Thank you, r_r_abril! You are the first DF49xDF23 we've seen from Spain. That's very interesting indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r_r_abril View Post
    DF49+, Z2980+, Z2976+, DF23- (like the Wilson and Kinross surnames)

    My surname is Rodríguez. My father and his family came from Salamanca (Spain).
    Out of interest, did you test with FTDNA? If you did, (and you haven't already done this), it would be great if you would join the R-DF49 and Subclades Project.

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    It's interesting to see that the YFull Experimental posits that DF13, DF49 and DF23 wall came into being ca. 4200 ybp. That would require some fairly rapid mutations. If the tree is correct, it would also suggest that they all share a common point (or at least region) of geographical origin, which I would assume is continental.
    Last edited by David Mc; 03-31-2015 at 01:48 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r_r_abril View Post
    DF49+, Z2980+, Z2976+, DF23- (like the Wilson and Kinross surnames)

    My surname is Rodríguez. My father and his family came from Salamanca (Spain).
    Welcome r_r_abril. The haplotype Z2976+ DF23- is rare even compared to the rarity of DF49xM222. I hope that if there is a Father's Day sale that you'll take the Big-Y test. Maybe a new z2976 branch will get identified this year :-)
    dp :-)
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