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  • #16
    Originally posted by Paul_Sheats
    ps. I edited your original post (above) vineviz, since you found that DYS714 was not available. Hope that's okay.
    This is a bit confusing. I have results from DNA-FP for my DYS714 (=25).
    Am I missing something?
    Floyd Oakes
    Y-I1a, mt-K1a
    Ysearch: NTX73
    Last edited by fmoakes; 17 November 2006, 10:09 PM.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by fmoakes
      This is a bit confusing. I have results from DNA-FP for my DYS714 (=25).
      Am I missing something?
      Floyd Oakes
      Y-I1a, mt-K1a
      Ysearch: NTX73
      Maybe it wasn't available at the time he posted that? Sorry about that. I do see that DYS714 is available now on panel 4 of the advanced testing page. Unfortunatley, I can't seem to edit my above post, so I hope the bolding in this message helps.

      Paul

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      • #18
        New 11a

        Hello,

        We are a little new to all this not a little a lot! Is 11a Norse/Viking?

        If this is the case could someone please tell me how your family would be from Ireland. More importantly is there like a community issue here? How could you ever trace your family? Confused.


        Thanks
        Judy

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Judy Anderson
          Hello,

          We are a little new to all this not a little a lot! Is 11a Norse/Viking?

          If this is the case could someone please tell me how your family would be from Ireland. More importantly is there like a community issue here? How could you ever trace your family? Confused.


          Thanks
          Judy
          You can find out a lot about Haplogroup I at this web site:

          http://www.northwestanalysis.net/

          Ken Nordtvedt has categorized I1a as Anglo-Saxon and Norse. The reason that I1a can be found in Ireland is because Norse Viking, Danish Viking, Anglo-Saxon English, and Norman English invaders "contributed" their genes to the Irish population.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Judy Anderson
            How could you ever trace your family?
            With enough markers (37 or even 67), your nearest neighbors will stand out. Even if your haplogroup ('ancient tribe') is I1a, if your paternal side has been in Ireland for many hundreds of years, your nearest neighbors in the databases will generally be Irish as you are.

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            • #21
              Y-Haplogroup I Forum

              Here is a Y-Haplogroup I Forum:

              http://dna-forums.org/index.php?show...=0&gopid=4821&

              Floyd Oakes
              Y-I1a*
              mt-K1a

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              • #22
                I1a4

                There are four confirmed I1a4 SNP-tested results in the FTDNA Haplogroup database. I suspect that at least some of these are the results of participants who have taken the Haplogroup I SNP test.

                If you are or know of someone who has been SNP-tested as I1a4 (M227+), I am interested. Thanks,

                Phil Goff

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                • #23
                  New Y-Hg I1a SNPs

                  Five new SNPs are available for Y-Haplogroup I1a. See:
                  http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/rea...6-12/1165116137
                  and
                  http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/rea...6-12/1165113593
                  Floyd Oakes
                  Y-I1a
                  K-K1a

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                  • #24
                    Floyd,
                    I'm getting errors on your links (above). "The page you requested does not exist"

                    Paul

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Paul_Sheats
                      Floyd,
                      I'm getting errors on your links (above). "The page you requested does not exist"

                      Paul
                      Paul,
                      Sorry, but this site seems to truncate some copy/past actions. Here, I'll try again:
                      http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/DNA/Hg-I...NA-order.shtml
                      (insert "I-subclades-" in place of the "...." and you should be able to get to the site). Hope this works.
                      Floyd Oakes
                      Y-I1a
                      mt-K1a
                      Ysearch: NTX73
                      Last edited by fmoakes; 5 December 2006, 07:56 PM.

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                      • #26
                        Paul,
                        Well, that doesn't seem to work. You can get there from this site:
                        http://dna-forums.org/index.php?showtopic=487
                        I just tried it-it does work.
                        Floyd Oakes
                        Y-I1a
                        mt-K1a
                        Y-search: NTX73 (85 markers)
                        Last edited by fmoakes; 5 December 2006, 10:35 PM.

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