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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by Zaru
    Honestly? I do not believe that I did. I only rediscovered this revelation this morning as I went through my EA folder. I probably have wasted my money by taking the Deep Clade-R.

    I can't find any info on the website for the Deep Clade-R test. Where has it been buried? I'd like to know specifically what is being tested.
    You didn't waste your money. All of those SNPs FTDNA tests have people attached to them.

    It's remotely possible you could be M153, but the biggies - U106, U152, SRY2627, M222 - those you are negative for already. FTDNA tests all of them, too.

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  • Don Potter
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    Zaru,
    If you click on the "Sitemap" at the bottom of the FTDNA page, then under "Tests and Prices" click on "Deep Clade Haplogroup Tests" you should find the information you're looking for.
    Don

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  • Zaru
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    Ah!

    Did you tell me that before? That is important information.

    There is small chance you'll be positive for anything you are still waiting for results on then.

    M153 has been found only among the Basques, as I understand it, M65 only among the Sardinians, and M37 and P66 are private SNPs.

    Looks like you are probably R-P312* and should consider ordering the L21 test.
    Honestly? I do not believe that I did. I only rediscovered this revelation this morning as I went through my EA folder. I probably have wasted my money by taking the Deep Clade-R.

    I can't find any info on the website for the Deep Clade-R test. Where has it been buried? I'd like to know specifically what is being tested.

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by Zaru
    I was already tested for S28 by Ethnoancestry, those results returned negative. The same for S29.

    "He's a real nowhere man, living in his nowhere land."
    Ah!

    Did you tell me that before? That is important information.

    There is small chance you'll be positive for anything you are still waiting for results on then.

    M153 has been found only among the Basques, as I understand it, M65 only among the Sardinians, and M37 and P66 are private SNPs.

    Looks like you are probably R-P312* and should consider ordering the L21 test.

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  • Zaru
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    Your haplotype isn't all that odd. Try y haplogroup O for diversity.

    The real question right now for you is whether you are U152+ or U152-.
    I was already tested for S28 by Ethnoancestry, those results returned negative. The same for S29.

    "He's a real nowhere man, living in his nowhere land."

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by Zaru
    Since Deep Clade-R is delayed my results will be delayed. You stated that P312+ isn't that diverse, but I would refer to my Ht to be the exception. I would also add that I am also M222- as well as SRY 2627-. I don't think that I actually exist!

    Apparently Ht35 is out as well...

    Ahhh to be the Quiet Man...


    Kit#72248
    Y Search= 9epze
    Your haplotype isn't all that odd. Try y haplogroup O for diversity.

    The real question right now for you is whether you are U152+ or U152-.

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  • Deirwha
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    I always preferred

    Jimmy Stewart ... what was his deep clade?

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  • Zaru
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    Since John Wayne was M222+, and M222+ is L21+, it's an honor to find myself L21+!

    Think I'll start trying to walk like the Duke.
    Since Deep Clade-R is delayed my results will be delayed. You stated that P312+ isn't that diverse, but I would refer to my Ht to be the exception. I would also add that I am also M222- as well as SRY 2627-. I don't think that I actually exist!

    Apparently Ht35 is out as well...

    Ahhh to be the Quiet Man...


    Kit#72248
    Y Search= 9epze

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by Don Potter
    I was wrong with my prediction (see my earlier post/this thread). My test results are back and I'm L21 +. That makes me more closely related to M37, M222 and P66 than I am to M65, M153, M167 or U152. Hopefully this test (L21) will help to start breaking M269 down into some sort of geographic area as to origins.
    Lets here from the smart people that visit other forums and boards. Please keep us informed as to what the theories are.
    Don Potter
    Since John Wayne was M222+, and M222+ is L21+, it's an honor to find myself L21+!

    Think I'll start trying to walk like the Duke.

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  • Don Potter
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    I was wrong with my prediction (see my earlier post/this thread). My test results are back and I'm L21 +. That makes me more closely related to M37, M222 and P66 than I am to M65, M153, M167 or U152. Hopefully this test (L21) will help to start breaking M269 down into some sort of geographic area as to origins.
    Lets here from the smart people that visit other forums and boards. Please keep us informed as to what the theories are.
    Don Potter

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  • Stevo
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    L21+

    Got my results today . . . early.

    I'm L21+.

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by fmoakes
    Batch 280 will be highly anticipated. I and a few others have our I-L22 test samples in there.
    Floyd
    I know of at least one guy who has samples for both L21 and L22 in Batch 280!

    He's an I1, and his maternal grandfather is R-P312*.

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  • fmoakes
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    Batch 280 will be highly anticipated. I and a few others have our I-L22 test samples in there.
    Floyd

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by Don Potter
    After looking at "My Matches" under the "Y-DNA Haplotree" on my FTDNA personal page, I'm betting I'll be L21 negative. The reason for this is I only have a few matches with P312 subclade 5 (M222), more matches with subclades 3 (M153) and 4 (SRY2627) and a lot of matches with subclade 7 (U152). All of these except M222 (which I only have a few matches with) will test negative for L21.
    I also have no matches listed for P312 subclades 1 (M37), 2 (M65) or 6 (P66) and all of these will test positive for L21. That is why I'm betting my results will be L21 negative. Tell me what you think of this and also take a look at your matches and see if you show a similar pattern.


    Y-SEARCH = PEZBS
    I think you have a good chance of being L21+, Don. All of the P312+ clades you named are very similar in haplotypes, which seems to indicate that P312 experienced a rapid expansion at some point and a rapid differentiation into the lineages characterized by the SNPs you named.

    In other words, you could have a haplotype similar to some of those in an L21- clade and still be L21+ just because P312+ haplotypes are not all that diverse to begin with.

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  • Don Potter
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    I can't figure out how to edit my above post so I am pointing out an error. M65 will test negative for L21. I still believe I'll be negative for L21.

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