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    Hello, I just got my maternal mtDNA haplogoup from FtDNA it is U1a1a-G16129A!

    Any suggestions where it originated or does anyone have this haplogroup, i cannot find out much about it,

    This is my first post mot sure if I am in the right area

    Thanks Sylvia

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    You can put the haplogroup to Google Search. You get lot of answers. For example this:

    http://thecid.com/mtdnatree/ppl/c/d/...ec4187cdc.html

    And more of Adygei you can see here:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adyghe_people
    Last edited by ifiru; 20th November 2017, 02:41 AM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ifiru View Post
      You can put the haplogroup to Google Search. You get lot of answers. For example this:

      http://thecid.com/mtdnatree/ppl/c/d/d420cd13a6447bb289ec4187cdc.html


      And more of Adygei you can see here:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adyghe_people
      There is another not so obvious area those people migrated to.

      The following reference is buried in the English Wikipedia under the entry Petyhorcy, so I am listing it here.

      https://web.archive.org/web/20130531042114/http://www.circassianworld.com/kruszynski.html


      In short, warriors and their families from this region were migrating to Poland*** from late 1500s to 1700s and had status equal to that of Polish nobles. Intermarriages were possible, especially since the women looked like the Polish women, just a little more beautiful...

      So..., your most distant female ancestor you know could have lived anywhere in the area of modern Poland or the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, but the original mtDNA line came from the Caucasus region.


      Mr. W

      **** The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth

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      • #4
        Thank you I am Armenian, but both my parents show some Ashkenazi Jewish on Gedmatch and Ancestry . com

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        • #5
          Originally posted by sylviavella View Post
          Thank you I am Armenian, but both my parents show some Ashkenazi Jewish on Gedmatch and Ancestry . com
          Given what I had presented above, I would venture that the reason was that Ashkenazim had an admixture from relatives of some of your ancestors, and not the other way around.

          Mr. W

          P.S.
          Of course any individual or any family might have their very unique genealogy.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dna View Post
            Given what I had presented above, I would venture that the reason was that Ashkenazim had an admixture from relatives of some of your ancestors, and not the other way around.

            Mr. W

            P.S.
            Of course any individual or any family might have their very unique genealogy.

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