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    Question 67 markers

    My grandfathers ysearch is 6mxq5.
    He differs from another entry only at 406 s1, my grandfather has the value of 11 here, the other guy has 12.

    I have contacted the other poster who says that no one from eastern Finland, no fathers, brothers, cousins ever moved to southern Ostrobothnia or even out of the home village.

    I know this is a close match, but could it be before recorded history?
    Does that marker mean anything specific?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny View Post
    My grandfathers ysearch is 6mxq5.
    He differs from another entry only at 406 s1, my grandfather has the value of 11 here, the other guy has 12.

    I have contacted the other poster who says that no one from eastern Finland, no fathers, brothers, cousins ever moved to southern Ostrobothnia or even out of the home village.

    I know this is a close match, but could it be before recorded history?
    Does that marker mean anything specific?
    Thanks
    It seems that he differs from 8N9MB (from Vesilahti) only in DYS449 = 30 vs. 31, and from FZ9D2 (from Liperi) in Y-GATA H4 = 12 vs. 13 and in DYF406S1 = 11 vs. 12.

    In the last marker the original value is 11, so your father's and 8N9MB's 12 is a sign of a common subgroup - this marker is rarely mutating. Ilmajoki and Vesilahti are both in Western Finland, so the common ancestor may have been already in Western Finland; so far no known East Finns with the value 12.

    Still, GD of only 2/67 to the other man with the value 11 means that the common ancestor shouldn't be so far in time... But the gap could still be several generations, because it may take a few generations without any mutations.

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