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    It feels like there are very few I1-L813 forum browsers. I look forward to future additions and editions of the I1 tree. Thank you, Calamus.
    Last edited by markleslienicknak; 06-22-2018 at 12:39 AM.
    Paternal yDNA: I1-L813 (associated with Lesnick/Lesnak? last name from former Austro-Hungarian Empire also associated with mtDNA U5a2 from Kisco/Keso surname)
    Maternal mtDNA: H3v (associated with family lines: Cook<Confer<Bradybaugh<Byers<Burkett<Mauk<Garn<Lei n from Netherlands)
    Other mtDNA: T2b (paternal grandmother associated with Long<Cosper)

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    Very interesting. I have exact the same. I am a norwegian and my orgin say 11% Scottish. I have several hits with MacLeod clan in Scottland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Very interesting. I have exact the same. I am a norwegian and my orgin say 11% Scottish. I have several hits with MacLeod clan in Scottland.
    Well, the origin story for Clan MacLeod has the chiefly line descending from one of the many dynasties of Norse-Gaelic kindreds who ruled the Hebrides, Man and parts of Ireland. Not to mention a fair chunk of western Scotland saw Norse settlement, and many Vikings took Scottish, Irish & English captives back to Scandinavia.

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    Good news for the people of my haplogroup L813.
    One of the Icelandic (HSJ-A1) of this study is one of ours
    (Not my branch Y18927. L813 paternal side and H3 maternal side, just like me !!!)

    Ancient Icelandic I-L813 +, I-Y13039 +

    Y13039 is composed today mainly of Swedish, English, Scottish and Norwegians
    Common ancestor for this branch (YFull) 1650 years

    https://www.researchgate.net/publica...pKxWOSqLgVHgJE

    Thanks to Simon Hedley for his nice work
    Recent Ancestry, full Normand. Known Genealogy 7/8 of the Cotentin peninsula 1/8 region of Coutances. Unfortunately, there are many missing branches on the maternal side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helgenes50 View Post
    Good news for the people of my haplogroup L813.
    One of the Icelandic (HSJ-A1) of this study is one of ours
    (Not my branch Y18927. L813 paternal side and H3 maternal side, just like me !!!)

    Ancient Icelandic I-L813 +, I-Y13039 +

    Y13039 is composed today mainly of Swedish, English, Scottish and Norwegians
    Common ancestor for this branch (YFull) 1650 years

    https://www.researchgate.net/publica...pKxWOSqLgVHgJE

    Thanks to Simon Hedley for his nice work
    Well that is definitely solid support for the Clan MacNeil DNA project calling their "Torquil MacNeill" group Norse! That group is entirely I-Y13039. Fascinating stuff.

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    I couldn't open Helgenes50's link. Is it just me? I'd love to take a look.
    Last edited by JonikW; 10-17-2018 at 08:16 PM.
    Living DNA's former Cautious mode:
    Wales-related ancestry: 86.8%
    Cornwall: 8%
    North England-related ancestry: 5.2%
    Y line: Peak District, England. Big Y match: Scania, Sweden; TMRCA 1,280 ybp (YFull);
    mtDNA: traces to Glamorgan, Wales
    Mother's Y: traces to Llanvair Discoed, Wales

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonikW View Post
    I couldn't open Helgenes50's link. Is it just me? I'd love to take a look.
    Try this one: https://www.researchgate.net/publica...man_population

    It's the same Science 2018 paper that we're discussing regarding the ancient Icelandic genomes of SBT-A1, SVK-A1, HSJ-A1, etc. on the Ancient I-M253 Samples thread.

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    HSJ-A1 was added to the YFull tree today. Analysis in progress, but preliminary position is there:
    HSJ-A1 YFull.JPG
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/I-Y13039/

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    I am a norwegian and I have several autosomal hit with scottish clans like MacLeod, Grant, McIntosh. None of these surnames goes in my familytree since autosomal test goes back 6- 8 generation back.

    I decided to take I1-l22 panel including alpha, delta and gama test with YSEQ to find out more of my haplogroup.

    My haplogroup is concluded at YSEQ, and all known downstream branches have been confirmed negative. I am awaiting the final results in regard to STR.
    My haplogroup is I1-FGC17581 And quick summary:

    CTS6868 C+
    L813 G+
    Y8943 T+
    FGC17581 C+
    Anyone here that have same haplogrpup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimste936 View Post
    I am a norwegian and I have several autosomal hit with scottish clans like MacLeod, Grant, McIntosh. None of these surnames goes in my familytree since autosomal test goes back 6- 8 generation back.

    I decided to take I1-l22 panel including alpha, delta and gama test with YSEQ to find out more of my haplogroup.

    My haplogroup is concluded at YSEQ, and all known downstream branches have been confirmed negative. I am awaiting the final results in regard to STR.
    My haplogroup is I1-FGC17581 And quick summary:

    CTS6868 C+
    L813 G+
    Y8943 T+
    FGC17581 C+
    Anyone here that have same haplogrpup?
    Here is YFull's tree for your haplogroup. This haplogroup formed roughly 2000 YBP and it has a TMRCA of 1400 BYP.

    Those matches to those Scottish surnames are likely not in any real genealogical timeframe and they are likely patrilineal cousins dating back to the Scandinavian settlement and activity in Scotland.

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