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    Belong to unknown subclades, Big Y tested

    I recently noticed this tag put on our group in U152 and Subclades:

    U152> L2> Z41150> Z49,Z68> Z142> Z12222,Z150,Z26720 (Belong to unknown subclades, BigY tested)

    This is for Pigman, Holly, and Hobbs.

    211664 John Pigman b.1662 d.1712 Taunton, Somersetshire d. 12 Oct 1712 • Clinton, Prince Georges Co., Maryland R-Z12222
    298893 John Holly, b. 1618, England, d. 1681,Stamford, CT R-26720
    216783 Joseph Hobbs, born ca 1775, Somersetshire, England R-Z12222

    Will we have to wait for the new subclade to be discovered? I suppose that is the case.
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    Current level of testing: R1b1a2a1a2b1c1 U152, L2, Z49, Z142 and Z12222/Z150*

    (BigY shows that a back mutation of PF214 make my closest Big Y matches Buffington, Smith, Lincoln and Mitchell)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmon View Post
    I recently noticed this tag put on our group in U152 and Subclades:

    U152> L2> Z41150> Z49,Z68> Z142> Z12222,Z150,Z26720 (Belong to unknown subclades, BigY tested)

    This is for Pigman, Holly, and Hobbs.

    211664 John Pigman b.1662 d.1712 Taunton, Somersetshire d. 12 Oct 1712 Clinton, Prince Georges Co., Maryland R-Z12222
    298893 John Holly, b. 1618, England, d. 1681,Stamford, CT R-26720
    216783 Joseph Hobbs, born ca 1775, Somersetshire, England R-Z12222

    Will we have to wait for the new subclade to be discovered? I suppose that is the case.

    As all 3 of you are FTDNA BigY tested then each of you are the first members of your respective sub branches of R-Z150.

    Besides waiting for other testers to show up you may want to encourage some of your closest STR matches to test for Z150 or Z12222 to see if any may be promising for additional testing.
    Last edited by MitchellSince1893; 11-16-2016 at 05:24 PM.
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