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    Well, it certainly looks like my friend comes from the area of the Dál gCais, and since there are others of his surname who are Irish Type III, I have high hopes for him. Of course, I hesitate to get my hopes up prematurely, and I'm not going to mention any of this to him unless and until it becomes a reality. One never knows with y-dna testing until the fat lady in the lab coat sings.

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    Mr. Hogan's kit arrived at FTDNA in Houston today. It should go to the lab with next Wednesday's lab batch. I'm relieved it finally arrived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikewww View Post
    Thanks for joining, Dennis. If and when you have any new news on L226 please post it.

    I would have thought we might have found a couple of potential SNPs downstream of L226 by now. Are there any prospects? Is L226 participating in any WTY's or Geno 2.0 testing with any luck?

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    I just sent in my Nat Geo kit a couple of days ago, so I think I am the first L226 to date. Since my South Carolina Casey cluster has many L226 off modal mutations, maybe we will luck out and get a new SNP just below or above L226.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertCasey View Post
    I just sent in my Nat Geo kit a couple of days ago, so I think I am the first L226 to date. Since my South Carolina Casey cluster has many L226 off modal mutations, maybe we will luck out and get a new SNP just below or above L226.
    Very good. We need an SNP or two to divide up L226 a bit.

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    The 12-marker results for Hogan, kit 284650, are in. He has an R-M269 prediction and has 439=11, as mentioned above.

    13 24 14 11 11-15 12 12 11 13 13 29

    http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/hogan/results
    Last edited by rms2; 06-07-2013 at 08:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rms2 View Post
    The 12-marker results for Hogan, kit 284650, are in. He has an R-M269 prediction and has 439=11, as mentioned above.

    13 24 14 11 11-15 12 12 11 13 13 29

    http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/hogan/results
    Hogan is close to Lineage I in the Hogan Project, which is L226+. The only difference is that he has 15 at 385b, where most of them have 14. He shares their 439=11.

    I wish he had more markers!

    He matches kit N20645 in the Hogan Project exactly, and he is in the "Possible Lineage I" category.

    Opinions regarding L226?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rms2 View Post
    Hogan is close to Lineage I in the Hogan Project, which is L226+. The only difference is that he has 15 at 385b, where most of them have 14. He shares their 439=11.

    I wish he had more markers!

    He matches kit N20645 in the Hogan Project exactly, and he is in the "Possible Lineage I" category.

    Opinions regarding L226?
    He could do with more markers really but I suppose an L226+ could serve as a proxy if all he want's to do is prove a connection with Lineage I, is there a paper trail connection ?

    When I first dipped my toe into DNA, with a 12 loci test, my only match in the DNA project had 11-14 at 385 against my 11-15. I was told it was unlikely that this was a real match but now we have a GD of 4 off at 67 : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdean View Post
    He could do with more markers really but I suppose an L226+ could serve as a proxy if all he want's to do is prove a connection with Lineage I, is there a paper trail connection ?

    When I first dipped my toe into DNA, with a 12 loci test, my only match in the DNA project had 11-14 at 385 against my 11-15. I was told it was unlikely that this was a real match but now we have a GD of 4 off at 67 : )
    This is a guy I recruited in Ireland. I'm not sure how interested he really is. The curiosity is more mine.

    I think he is probably L226+, but I'm not sure he'll be willing to upgrade to more markers to find out by means of the haplotype.
    Last edited by rms2; 06-07-2013 at 03:34 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rms2 View Post
    This is a guy I recruited in Ireland. I'm not sure how interested he really is. The curiosity is more mine.

    I think he is probably L226+, but I'm not sure he'll be willing to upgrade to more markers to find out by means of the haplotype.
    Could be worth tapping up the Hogan project, I don't get the impression they are flush with born and bred Irishmen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdean View Post
    Could be worth tapping up the Hogan project, I don't get the impression they are flush with born and bred Irishmen.
    That's a good idea.

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