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  • #16
    Originally posted by gtc View Post
    I'm stuck -- and holding -- in the sense that I have tested negative for all applicable SNPs that are "downstream" from (i.e. on branches under) L48 on the tree.




    So, in terms of generations, if we use 30 years for a generation, L48 computes as a common male ancestor around 97 to 103 generations ago.








    However, my potential Irish "cousins" appear to be less interested in contacting the diaspora than I am in finding them.

    On another tack, my surname research tends to indicate that my original forebear in Ireland was Norman, and got to Ireland c1170 as member of Strongbow's invasion forces.

    Current thinking about potential origins of L48 is consistent with that.
    Hello gtc
    Have you found any cousins in Normandy?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by 1798 View Post
      Hello gtc
      Have you found any cousins in Normandy?
      Not yet.

      Given the rarity of some of my alleles, I'm thinking we've probably died/daughtered/migrated out in Europe.

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