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  • S28+ or R1b1c10

    Family Tree DNA determined a while back that I am R1b1c. No big surprise there. Since my great-grandfather was from Switzerland, I decided to have additional testing done by Ethnoancestry, which has identified & can test for four subclades that aren't included in Family Tree DNA's R1b deep haplogroup test. My results came back yesterday. I am S28+, which places me in R1b1c10, as described in the Ethnoancestry nomenclature.

    Does anyone have much information on this new subclade? Frequency? Geographical Distribution? Ethnic Distribution?

    Timothy Peterman

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    R1b1c10

    Originally posted by T E Peterman
    Family Tree DNA determined a while back that I am R1b1c. No big surprise there. Since my great-grandfather was from Switzerland, I decided to have additional testing done by Ethnoancestry, which has identified & can test for four subclades that aren't included in Family Tree DNA's R1b deep haplogroup test. My results came back yesterday. I am S28+, which places me in R1b1c10, as described in the Ethnoancestry nomenclature.

    Does anyone have much information on this new subclade? Frequency? Geographical Distribution? Ethnic Distribution?

    Timothy Peterman
    Hello,
    Perhaps this link:
    http://www.davidkfaux.org/dnaprofile2.html
    Good luck.
    Nas

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