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  • Originally posted by Jim Denning
    your mom has ydna?
    These are her autosomal markers. She had them tested through DNA Tribes. But the E3b haplogroup is common among members of the Y-DNA surname project, the surname that her great grandparents had. It's listed as a Jewish surname in various records.

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    • Originally posted by tomcat
      E3b has African incidence and that coincides with a thesis of the paper. According to Tribes Ashkenazi.pdf Sephardi and Ashkenazi share a D21 29/29 and a D5 12/12. Have any of the surname participants done autosomal?
      Wow. That's interesting. I'm going to ask the members of the surname project if they've had the autosomal test.

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      • Originally posted by haplogroupc
        Wow. That's interesting. I'm going to ask the members of the surname project if they've had the autosomal test.
        If, as you earlier wrote, those forebears were a cousin marriage - same surname? - that union may have preserved 'Sephardic' signatures or signatures typical of their common population.

        Should we start a Jewish-Indian thread?

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        • Originally posted by tomcat

          Should we start a Jewish-Indian thread?
          Great idea! Seriously, Jews did hide among Native American tribes in Mexico to escape the persecutions and their kids became known as Indian Jews (those whose parents had intermarried).

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