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    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimore1937 View Post
    Hi,
    I remember reading somewhere, a long time ago, that Peter Stuyvesant, Governor of New Netherland, sent recruiters to Denmark, along with to the Netherlands and nearby areas, to invite new colonists to bolster his Dutch colony. That would've been in the 1600s.
    To narrow it down, it was to Protestant areas in NW Europe that those recruiters were sent; as I recall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimore1937 View Post
    Just in case anybody is following my comments above, I have now dropped the Swedish connection. The various entries on Ancestry are conflicting, and seem to not be justified for my individual line. But a Danish origin still looks probable for my U5b2b2 haplotype.
    I am now leaning toward a Norwegian origin for my U5b2b2 haplotype, possibly/probably via the Orkneys. There was a Danish connection as Denmark claimed Norway, Orkneys, Normandy etc at that time. But there are unrecoverable gaps that look impossible to fill in, between a firm Normandy presence and arrival from Orkneys-More, Norway area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimore1937 View Post
    I am now leaning toward a Norwegian origin for my U5b2b2 haplotype, possibly/probably via the Orkneys. There was a Danish connection as Denmark claimed Norway, Orkneys, Normandy etc at that time. But there are unrecoverable gaps that look impossible to fill in, between a firm Normandy presence and arrival from Orkneys-More, Norway area.
    I really don't know. On Ancestry.com, I come more or less to a dead end, if my tree is right (which it may well not be). I go back to a Beatrice Le Goz. Her father's line is definitely Viking/Norse. But just who did that guy marry. Most entries go back one or two generations to Denmark, but claim royalty (looks impossible). Other entries don't even try to figure it out. And a couple give her mother as Roberta, which is a dead end.

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    For what it's worth a U5b2b1 sample has been found in Upper Paleolithic Italy. It comes form Continenza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimore1937 View Post
    I am now leaning toward a Norwegian origin for my U5b2b2 haplotype, possibly/probably via the Orkneys. There was a Danish connection as Denmark claimed Norway, Orkneys, Normandy etc at that time. But there are unrecoverable gaps that look impossible to fill in, between a firm Normandy presence and arrival from Orkneys-More, Norway area.
    Most of my U5b2b matches are from Iberia.I think that it is the place of origin of my group and that the Basque language was the language of these people.The microliths found at Mount Sandal, Ireland were similar to those found in Denmark.

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    Hi! I just got my 23andme testing back. I'm a u5b2a2, traced back to Amelia Ernestine Rebehn (married name Schendel), born 1837, somewhere in (we're pretty sure) Northern Germany, but it could be anywhere from Posen, Prussia (where her husband was born), to farther East. Anyone have any Rebehns in their family tree?

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    Don't forget to look at the U5 project:


    http://www.familytreedna.com/public/U5b/

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Man View Post
    For what it's worth a U5b2b1 sample has been found in Upper Paleolithic Italy. It comes form Continenza.
    I notice that Grotta Continenza is on the Adriatic side of the Italian peninsula. The Adriatic Sea was dry land back in the Paoleolithic. And seeing several HVR1 matches to me in Hungary, Slovakia, Czech and Poland, I suspect that part of that early U5b2b population migrated northeastward during the Mesolithic directly from the Adriatic > and around the eastern end of the Alps (after the LGM).
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    My own U5b2b2 haplotype may trace back to Sweden. I've been at this point before. Now it is reinforced by a girl's name back in Normandy; sister to a girl on my direct maternal line (if I constructed my tree right). This could point to a descent from one of Danish King Harold Bluetooth's daughters (mother/wife from Sweden). Or it could be from a Swedish Viking's daughter. Who knows what all went on back there?
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