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Thread: mtDNA haplogroup C1b (= Native American)?? But they're all from Europe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pylsteen View Post
    Absolutely; I have one ancestor who went to Curaçao during the late 1600s and came back to Holland with two daughters. I don't know his wife's background (most likely Dutch too, (partly) native is also possible, the number of Africans was still low), but her maternal line is probably still present.

    About the country of origin listed by ftdna testers, there are many who fill in the wrong line, e.g. their mother's paternal line instead of the maternal one.
    He has the wrong person listed for his direct maternal line. I had already posted his genealogy in this same thread proving that fact. See post #20.

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    C4c is another Northern American mtdna that belongs to the natives

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