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  • Haplogroup H

    My wife received her results. They show Haplogroup H with HVR1 difference in 16519C. What other information can we derive from this?

  • #2
    I am the same as your wife!

    Hi, I have received back and am also part of hapolog H with the same ZHVRi sequence of 16519c- I am very interested n finding out more as well.. anyone out there who can please respond?
    Please let me know if your wife would want to exchange more info.. such as natiionality etc.

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    • #3
      I am the same as your wife!

      Hi, I have received back and am also part of hapolog H with the same ZHVRi sequence of 16519c- I am very interested n finding out more as well.. anyone out there who can please respond?
      Please let me know if your wife would want to exchange more info.. such as nationality etc.

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      • #4
        if you look in the match column you might see denning thats my son [wife]

        there are 621 hrv1 matchs and 62 hrv2 very active
        but no one taks about this people just with draw and eventually pay no attention to matches

        i think this is a shame and i have offered to keep trees on my site https://www.machelseafamilygroup.org/index.php
        surnames places &dates of each generation maybe that way we can find people in the same places at the same times
        maybe i emailed you
        [email protected]

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        • #5
          Haplogroup H

          Your wife shares haplogroup H with about 40% of the women in or from Europe (including my sister). As a result she knows she's a descendent of "Helena" -- one of the seven so-called "European daughters of Eve" -- who lived in southern France 30,000 years ago. [See note below.] She also knows that at the height of the ice age (18,000 years ago) her ancestors (the daughters of Helena) moved to Spain to avoid the frigid arctic conditions that had moved into in even southern France by then. [See maps at http://www.dnaheritage.com/masterclass2.asp ] Finally, she knows that by 12,000 years ago, as the ice age was ending, many of her ancestors had moved back into northern Europe. Knowing this is awesome! But what happened in the last 12,000 years? Were her ancestors (or my sister's) part of the Celtic tribe? Or the Franks? Or some other tribe? What happened before her family records get fuzzy and 12,000 years ago I'm not sure can be known. However, I'd be interested in knowing how one can answer such interesting questions. Getting one's DNA analyzed at more markers would help I'm sure, but do we know the (mtDNA or yDNA) haplotypes of Celts, or Vikings, ...? Does anyone reading this know? My sister and I would be very interested.

          Note: Professor Brian Sykes and Oxford University researchers in England have identified seven ancestral matriarchal groups from which all Europeans appear to be descended. [See Brian Sykes' book "The Seven Daughters of Eve."] Every European can trace their evolutionary history back to the seven ancestral mother groups, also referred to as the Seven European Daughters of Eve. Helena is one of these seven daughters of Eve -- the one assocated with haplogroup H. See http://www.rader.org/dna/mtdna_results.htm for more.

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          • #6
            When Are Tests Scheduled To Be Back By 9/1/05 Going To Show Up? I Paid An Additional Sum Of Money For The Results. They Were Going To Break The Haplo H Group Into More Segments. At Least Let Us Know Another Target Date Or Something. Thank You.

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            • #7
              You are lucky. I just got Haplogroup H on mine. No CRS numbers at all.
              So makes it really hard to find what subgroups I am from.

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              • #8
                I am also H with 16519C mutation

                Greetings, I just received results from the genographic project I participated in and I was surprised to find this thread about haplogroup H. I am a very busy mom and I am finding it difficult to sit down at the computer and concentrate on all of the information about this halplogroup but a few of the posts here really helped me greatly in understanding the results. Is there anything else that is not discussed so far in this thread that is important for me to know? I was thinking about doing some other tests, but I am not certain as to which ones to participate in. Does anyone have any advice?
                Thank you much!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Shari
                  You are lucky. I just got Haplogroup H on mine. No CRS numbers at all.
                  So makes it really hard to find what subgroups I am from.

                  from what i understand that justs mean you match the first testee. crs is the first testees hrv

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                  • #10
                    Was told the first Test person was in England. But still haven't found out what nationalities she is. Would love to know!!!

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                    • #11
                      I just got my mtDNA results from the Genographic Project site, and it says I'm Haplogroup H with CRS change of 16086C.. what does that mean?

                      I'm from the Middle East.. so I find this explanation about Helena from France a bit odd.

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                      • #12
                        Searching for answers on the net, I think this mutation means that I belong to Haplogroup H I3a.

                        Which ethnicities mainly belong to this group?

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                        • #13
                          Does anyone know of a web site where H's are discussed in detail?
                          I am a Y gene H and like the ladies, I too am wondering where to read up on
                          H haplo, any web site suggestions?

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                          • #14
                            Haplogroup H

                            HI Donald...there is not a whole lot out there, but here is what I found:

                            http://www.rader.org/dna/mtdna_results.htm

                            I have one mutation which is 16519 C in group H> I found that this mutation points to Northern Europe. Email me if find out anything else...thanks!
                            Last edited by Etruscan; 3 November 2005, 05:36 AM. Reason: wrong mutation number

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                            • #15
                              Thanks!
                              I think I am going to talk to my Great Aunt to see if I can get her to test. She is the last female in my direct lineage alive, just to see what her results would look like. Females in my direct line are scarce, we mainly had boys lol. I am not well versed on mtDNA so I do not know what to expect.
                              My Great Aunt is my Grand fathers sister, so would should also show the H haplo as a mutation correct?

                              The only other female is my neice, my brothers only daughter, but not sure she would work.

                              Don

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