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Old 25th May 2014, 03:49 PM
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Any suggestions as to how this sub-clade might have got from Chad to the UK? From what I have read, this sub-clade probably originated in Chad and is not found in afro-americans, which suggests that my ancestor was not a slave that was transported via the Atlantic Slave trade. Could there be connection with the "Egyptians" recorded in UK historical documents?

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Old 25th May 2014, 05:05 PM
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Any suggestions as to how this sub-clade might have got from Chad to the UK? From what I have read, this sub-clade probably originated in Chad and is not found in afro-americans, which suggests that my ancestor was not a slave that was transported via the Atlantic Slave trade. Could there be connection with the "Egyptians" recorded in UK historical documents?

Helen
MyOrigin estimates from a Family Finder test might be very informative, by seeing the rest of your ancestor's origins.
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These were 94% European 6% Middle Eastern.
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