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Old 9th October 2017, 04:34 PM
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Any other H24s out there?

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Old 9th October 2017, 06:29 PM
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Have you done the Full Mitochondrial Sequence (FMS) test, or did you get H24 from the mtDNAplus test (or elsewhere, such as 23andMe)?

If you tested at FTDNA, you could join one of the mtDNA projects at FTDNA, probably the "H and HV mtDNA Hg" project, to help with any of your questions. Log in to your FTDNA account, hover over "Projects" and click on "Join a project." Then, select "H" from the "mtDNA HAPLOGROUP PROJECTS" section, and you'll find it at the top of the list there.

I see on Eupedia's page for mtDNA haplogroup H that H24 is "found in Britain, Ireland, Spain, Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Denmark and Finland / found in the Funnelbeaker culutre in Sweden" - a pretty wide swath of Europe!
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