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  • #31
    another tidbit (Achilli)

    The chart in the Saami and the Berbers paper (Achilli, 2005) shows three U4's: Two are U4a (Italy & Spain), and one is U4b (Adygei = southern Russia).

    It would be interesting for you if you were to get the full sequence upgrade.

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    • #32
      and still another tidbit

      Take a look at the British Isles Project:

      http://www.britishislesdna.com/

      There are several U4's shown. Click on DNA Results.

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      • #33
        Hello Padgett and Stefos,
        We've just received my husband's Mt and his HVR1 and HVR2 are the same as yours, but his earliest maternal ancestor came, we're reasonably sure, from the west coast of Ireland even though she had a rather English surname.
        Have either of you had a full sequence done? FT shows my husband has 9 high resolution matches.
        Geraldine

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        • #34
          Geraldine: A previous discussion about Mansi and Kalash peoples who are rich in mtDNA Haplogroup U4 may be of interest to you:

          http://www.familytreedna.com/forum/s...ghlight=kaiser

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          • #35
            New U4 results

            Hi, my grandmother mtDNA results from SMGF are;

            16223T
            16356C
            16519C

            195C
            263G
            309.1C
            315.1C

            From looking at Ron Scotts page it looks ike she is U4a2b.
            Her maternal line is Irish and the other U4a2b appear to be Finnish and Slavic.

            http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb....n_list.htm#_U4

            Kaiser, thanks for the links to the discussion on U4 and Kalash, very intersting.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by rivergirl View Post
              Hi, my grandmother mtDNA results from SMGF are;

              16223T
              16356C
              16519C

              195C
              263G
              309.1C
              315.1C

              From looking at Ron Scotts page it looks ike she is U4a2b.
              Her maternal line is Irish and the other U4a2b appear to be Finnish and Slavic.

              http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb....n_list.htm#_U4

              Kaiser, thanks for the links to the discussion on U4 and Kalash, very intersting.
              rivergirl,

              Do you have any good recollection of when your grandmother's sample went to SMGF?

              Even a guess is fine.

              Thanks -

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              • #37
                Hi rucksack,

                I sent it in September 2006 and I got the results late last year. I think it was 20 months.
                It took ages for the results to show as SMGF didnt upload new results for about 9 months.

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                • #38
                  Magdalena

                  Originally posted by stefos View Post
                  Hello Padgett, I have the same test results as you,

                  U4
                  HVR1 differences
                  from CRS
                  16356C
                  16519C
                  HVR2 differences
                  from CRS
                  73G
                  195C
                  263G
                  309.1C
                  315.1C
                  499A
                  524.1C
                  524.2A

                  My maternal ancestor is from Bavaria.
                  I am from Finland, my mothers ancesters(her fathers side) came to Finland from Sweden(1730). They came to Sweden from Germany(about 1590).

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                  • #39
                    similar results

                    Hi Doug. Thanks for posting. It seems we have very similar results:

                    HVR1
                    16179T
                    16356C
                    16519C

                    HVR2
                    73G
                    150T
                    195C
                    263G
                    309.1C
                    315.1C
                    499A
                    523.1C
                    523.2A
                    523.3C
                    523.4A

                    With the exception of your 309.2C, I share every mutation with you.

                    I read somewhere that our 16179T mutation is an indication of U4c. Is there anyone on here who can confirm this?? If it is indeed true, does anyone have any info on U4c's? Thanks

                    Cheers,

                    Colin Boggess
                    Blue Ridge, Virginia

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                    • #40
                      Re: U4

                      Look at various projects, for example British & both Scotland projects. There are lots of U4 there.

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                      • #41
                        Where to go?

                        Hi,
                        I am extremely new to this! Have ordered the fgs (for the mtdna), but have just received the results for the hvr1 and it states my haplogroup is U4.

                        Where can I learn more? Or, should I sit tight until the remainder of the results come in? Will the U4 remain the same and just possibly be broken down further?(not sure if I worded that last question correctly)

                        Thanks!
                        MJ

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                        • #42
                          You are eligible to join this project:

                          http://www.familytreedna.com/public/...A/default.aspx

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                          • #43
                            Thank You....I joined!

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by douggill View Post
                              I just received my mt haplogroup of U4. Being a newbie at this I would love some direction as to what it means and where I can go to find research material. It appears that Y Haplogroup are somewhat more straightforward and provide a lot more information that I can find on Mt haplogroups.
                              Thanks for any help you can provide

                              Take Care
                              Doug Gill
                              dgill59936@aol.com
                              Pleasanton, Ca

                              HVR1 Haplogroup
                              U4

                              HVR1 differences

                              from CRS
                              16179T

                              16356C

                              16519C

                              HVR2 differences

                              from CRS
                              73G

                              195C

                              263G

                              309.1C

                              309.2C

                              315.1C

                              499A
                              I have the same:
                              HVR1 Differences
                              • 16051G
                              • 16179T
                              • 16356C
                              • 16362C
                              • 16519C
                              HVR2 DIFFERENCES FROM rCRS
                              • 73G
                              • 152C
                              • 195C
                              • 263G
                              • 315.1C
                              • 499A

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