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    My father's mtDna was recently complete from FTDNA with a FMS. I turns out he had a rare haplogroup, I5a. It was actually more related to I5a4 but would probably need to get a new branch,since it did not meet all the requirements.

    Does anybody here have it as well?

    Where did it originate?
    Last edited by Asimakidis; 09-13-2015 at 05:29 PM.
    Other ancestral lines: Y dna: G>M406>M3302, E>V13>Z16663, J>M172>CTS904
    MtDna: I5a, J1d2a.

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    Any new I5a in the community?
    Lonely in here.
    Other ancestral lines: Y dna: G>M406>M3302, E>V13>Z16663, J>M172>CTS904
    MtDna: I5a, J1d2a.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asimakidis View Post

    Does anybody here have it as well?

    Where did it originate?
    I have I5a! Just found your post. If you see this, have you learned anything more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elazar Nudell View Post
    I have I5a! Just found your post. If you see this, have you learned anything more?
    I'm I5a, where is your maternal ancestry from?

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    Western Armenia. My great grandfather wrote that he was sent to another village called Houlakeg for school at age 7 for school. Apparently "Houlakeg" is Khulukiugh.

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    Do you know your HVR1 and HVR2 mutations? I am also I5a and we could compare our mutations.

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    This is a snip from the Familytree Finland I5a project. My haplotype is not there as I have not done a full analysis with Familytree but with another firm, but my oldest known MtDNA ancestor lived in Lavia (beginning of the 17th century) which is located exactly between other two I5a ancestors.

    I5a in Finland.jpg

    Here are my mutations

    My I5a mutations.PNG
    Last edited by Kristiina; 02-24-2017 at 12:40 PM.

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    My I5a line is 100% Southern Italian, Sicilian. The haplogroup itself is most likely Anatolian or Turkish.

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    this mtdna was found in magyar remains
    Hungary Sarretudvar-Hizofold 5. tomb [anc10] M 975-1000

    I5a1a 10238C, 12705T, 16129A, 16148T, 16223T, 16391A Tömöry 2007; Neparáczki 2016 (Revision)

    source : http://biorxiv.org/content/biorxiv/e...92239.full.pdf

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    Here are the mutations:
    Extra Mutations
    309.1C
    315.1C
    522.1A
    522.2C
    C537T
    573.1C
    575.1C
    575.2C
    A7843G
    A15244G
    C16294T
    C16295T
    Missing Mutations
    573.XC
    A11914G
    Other ancestral lines: Y dna: G>M406>M3302, E>V13>Z16663, J>M172>CTS904
    MtDna: I5a, J1d2a.

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