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    Hello,

    Thanks for the reply. It’s also nice not to have to use my horribly rusty French. The IEP Strasbourg in ‘99 seems like a lifetime ago. In any case, Anders mentioned your post about being Z275+. As you said, this does appear to be a tiny group, so much so that only 2 men outside my Hadley family That have tested with FTDNA have been positive for it. Our challenge has been that below that marker, we have a block of almost 30 markers that we all share, Y146179 being one of them. We do know that we share that marker mutation with an english Hadley whose MRCA with us has to be at least back into the early 1500s at the latest. I will be very curious to see if you are positive for it. If not, the CTS7352 marker is one step up on the Ytree. We use that marker test to screen prospective project participants as potential matches before going any further. Please do let me know when your results come in for your Y146179. Everyone in my project will be interested to hear the result. Feel free to PM me at my email address.

    Ross

    PS our current origin hypothesis is that a Norman (probably a local man as opposed to someone of Viking heritage) joined the Norman invasion of England and eventually became the de Hadley family after the small landholding he was granted. Any and all matches with Frenchman with a Norman ancestry are naturally of great interest to us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosshdly View Post
    Hello,

    Thanks for the reply. It’s also nice not to have to use my horribly rusty French. The IEP Strasbourg in ‘99 seems like a lifetime ago. In any case, Anders mentioned your post about being Z275+. As you said, this does appear to be a tiny group, so much so that only 2 men outside my Hadley family That have tested with FTDNA have been positive for it. Our challenge has been that below that marker, we have a block of almost 30 markers that we all share, Y146179 being one of them. We do know that we share that marker mutation with an english Hadley whose MRCA with us has to be at least back into the early 1500s at the latest. I will be very curious to see if you are positive for it. If not, the CTS7352 marker is one step up on the Ytree. We use that marker test to screen prospective project participants as potential matches before going any further. Please do let me know when your results come in for your Y146179. Everyone in my project will be interested to hear the result. Feel free to PM me at my email address.

    Ross

    PS our current origin hypothesis is that a Norman (probably a local man as opposed to someone of Viking heritage) joined the Norman invasion of England and eventually became the de Hadley family after the small landholding he was granted. Any and all matches with Frenchman with a Norman ancestry are naturally of great interest to us.
    I'll inform everybody of my result for Y146179 on Anders' thread. As I ordered Y146179 last Saturday I will likely get my result tomorrow. If I'm well understanding if I'm Y146179- the next step for me will be CTS7352 (available on Yseq)?

    Note: I'm sure that our respected Canadian Chief Genealogist Titane is monitoring my BY3604-adventure with a delighted fun. She knows that I'm mostly interested in autosomal genetics, as far as possible from genealogy . All that is very unexpected...
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    Quote Originally Posted by anglesqueville View Post
    I'll inform everybody of my result for Y146179 on Anders' thread. As I ordered Y146179 last Saturday I will likely get my result tomorrow. If I'm well understanding if I'm Y146179- the next step for me will be CTS7352 (available on Yseq)?

    Note: I'm sure that our respected Canadian Chief Genealogist Titane is monitoring my BY3604-adventure with a delighted fun. She knows that I'm mostly interested in autosomal genetics, as far as possible from genealogy . All that is very unexpected...
    Oui, bien sûr, je lis tous ces messages avec un sourire non dissimulé! Il fallait que ça tombe sur toi: Être possiblement parent avec un anglais qui est allé se saucer à Strasbourg à la fin du siècle dernier et qui se souvient quand même de quelques notions de français - oui Ross, je te donne 10 points pour l’effort - car pour avoir un français rusty il faut qu’il ait été de fer au départ!

    En attendant, j’ai mis mes données sur MyHeritage - on peut toujours espérer quelques autres descendants d’Acadiens, bien que ce que j’aimerais vraiment c’est de voir mon patronyme apparaître, car jusqu’à ce jour, on ne sait pas toujours d’où ils venaient.
    K13 : 55.7% North_Dutch + 44.3% Spanish_Andalucia @ 1,7
    K15 : 79.6% Orcadian + 20.4% Sardinian @ 3,27
    Of course one population is French... @ 4,09 and 5,38 for K13 and K15.
    Y-DNA of ancestors include R-M269, J-M67 (from 23andMe genocousins -12 lines to this ancestor),
    J-CTS1192 and E-L117 (from French Heritage DNA Project at FT-DNA)

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    Hehe... La première chose que j'ai faite ce matin, à peine réveillé, a été ouvrir mon compte Yseq. Pas de résultat encore

    edit: et à 17h50 toujours pas de résultat. Cela fait long pour Yseq...
    Last edited by anglesqueville; 07-16-2019 at 03:51 PM.
    En North alom, de North venom
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    Quote Originally Posted by anglesqueville View Post
    Hehe... La première chose que j'ai faite ce matin, à peine réveillé, a été ouvrir mon compte Yseq. Pas de résultat encore

    edit: et à 17h50 toujours pas de résultat. Cela fait long pour Yseq...
    MyHeritage a livré la marchandise pour moi. 8457 matches ADN - c’est peu en comparaison d’Ancestry qui excède les 50 000. Comme j’espère trouver de cousin lointain, je commence par la fin, de match peu probables. Plus de 95 % sont naturellement d’Amérique du Nord. Mais j’ai trouvé quelques perles au Danemark, Pays-Bas et en Finlande…
    K13 : 55.7% North_Dutch + 44.3% Spanish_Andalucia @ 1,7
    K15 : 79.6% Orcadian + 20.4% Sardinian @ 3,27
    Of course one population is French... @ 4,09 and 5,38 for K13 and K15.
    Y-DNA of ancestors include R-M269, J-M67 (from 23andMe genocousins -12 lines to this ancestor),
    J-CTS1192 and E-L117 (from French Heritage DNA Project at FT-DNA)

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    Et moi pendant ce temps... rien. Processing.
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    When did you order it? In my experience, unless they needed a new primer for the SNP I ordered, it took exactly a week to get the results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosshdly View Post
    When did you order it? In my experience, unless they needed a new primer for the SNP I ordered, it took exactly a week to get the results.
    I ordered it on 13 July. The previous SNPs took between 2 and 4 days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anglesqueville View Post
    I ordered it on 13 July. The previous SNPs took between 2 and 4 days.
    « C’est le temps des vacances! » sur un air bien connu...
    K13 : 55.7% North_Dutch + 44.3% Spanish_Andalucia @ 1,7
    K15 : 79.6% Orcadian + 20.4% Sardinian @ 3,27
    Of course one population is French... @ 4,09 and 5,38 for K13 and K15.
    Y-DNA of ancestors include R-M269, J-M67 (from 23andMe genocousins -12 lines to this ancestor),
    J-CTS1192 and E-L117 (from French Heritage DNA Project at FT-DNA)

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    Voilà ce que me donne MyHeritage pour mes origines ethniques :
    C0C5E2FF-817D-4863-A036-A6C6718AC829.jpeg
    Je ne comprend pas pourquoi je continue à me chercher des cousins au Danemark ou en Suède...

    Édit: mes finlandais semblent tous avoir des genocousins avec des ancêtres en Louisiane ! Et que dire de ce Gautier en Suède dont les aïeuls ont vécu à St-Pierre-et-Miquelon et qui étaient originaire de Granville. L’arbre est incomplet, mais il semble là aussi avoir une acadienne égarée dans l’équation...
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    K13 : 55.7% North_Dutch + 44.3% Spanish_Andalucia @ 1,7
    K15 : 79.6% Orcadian + 20.4% Sardinian @ 3,27
    Of course one population is French... @ 4,09 and 5,38 for K13 and K15.
    Y-DNA of ancestors include R-M269, J-M67 (from 23andMe genocousins -12 lines to this ancestor),
    J-CTS1192 and E-L117 (from French Heritage DNA Project at FT-DNA)

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