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Old 26th October 2016, 06:06 AM
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Haplogroup J-Z7671

I recently got my results for my SNP for my 37 marker test and it shows that I belong to the J-Z7671 haplogroup which is a branch of J-M67 also known as j2a4b which is a subclade of the J2 Haplogroup. I had paid $119 hoping to get a deeper understanding of my haplogroup's origins. But I am disappointed that all I got was just the name of the haplogroup without any other information to go along with it other than that which I got for the more general J2. I want to know information specific to J-Z7671 and I hope someone could shed some light on this because I can't find information online about this haplogroup and FTDNA doesnt seem to have any information either.
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Old 26th October 2016, 01:04 PM
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Haplogroup J-Z7671

I recently got my results for my SNP for my 37 marker test and it shows that I belong to the J-Z7671 haplogroup which is a branch of J-M67 also known as j2a4b which is a subclade of the J2 Haplogroup. I had paid $119 hoping to get a deeper understanding of my haplogroup's origins. But I am disappointed that all I got was just the name of the haplogroup without any other information to go along with it other than that which I got for the more general J2. I want to know information specific to J-Z7671 and I hope someone could shed some light on this because I can't find information online about this haplogroup and FTDNA doesnt seem to have any information either.
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Old 26th October 2016, 01:05 PM
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Haplogroup J-Z7671

I recently got my results for my SNP for my 37 marker test and it shows that I belong to the J-Z7671 haplogroup which is a branch of J-M67 also known as j2a4b which is a subclade of the J2 Haplogroup. I had paid $119 hoping to get a deeper understanding of my haplogroup's origins. But I am disappointed that all I got was just the name of the haplogroup without any other information to go along with it other than that which I got for the more general J2. I want to know information specific to J-Z7671 and I hope someone could shed some light on this because I can't find information online about this haplogroup and FTDNA doesnt seem to have any information either.
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Old 26th October 2016, 01:38 PM
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I'm in a similar position. I'm J-Z515 and there just isn't a lot of information out there.

Knowing you are J2 is really the important component. The specific subclade of Z7671 is helpful in narrowing down potential matches but there still isn't a lot of information to be found.

I found a few matches in Italy on mine and with yours, it looks like a few in Russia and Turkey. Both make sense based on migration patterns from the Middle East.
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Old 26th October 2016, 09:29 PM
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Hey dcx4610, It seems like we would have to wait a while until information about our specific haplogroups start trickling in. I'm curious as to how you found out that my results shows connections to Turkey and Russia.
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Old 27th October 2016, 12:39 PM
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I just did a Google search "J-Z7671" and the haplogroup appeared on a few trees from those regions.

It doesn't really mean a whole lot in the end other than to confirm that haplgroup in that region.
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