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    Does anyone else have this odd marker? It's common in a few haplogroups and but not mine...R1b1.

  • #2
    Originally posted by scotdna
    Does anyone else have this odd marker? It's common in a few haplogroups and but not mine...R1b1.
    Yes, I have it as does my cousin. R1b1c

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    • #3
      I have it. But then everybody in haplogroup I has it.

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      • #4
        George... have you identified a region or heritage for r1b with 426/11?
        I'm e7h7v at ysearch if you care to check more markers.

        The I's have it.

        Scot

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        • #5
          426/11

          Originally posted by scotdna
          Does anyone else have this odd marker? It's common in a few haplogroups and but not mine...R1b1.
          My cousin has this marker. He is verified as R1b1c. YSearch ID 4TWBD. The country of origin for my immigrant ancestor is unknown.

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          • #6
            Davos, we share that odd marker but not much else. We're 13 steps apart at 24 markers. Our common ancestor was very hairy.

            Scot

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            • #7
              Originally posted by scotdna

              The I's have it.

              Scot
              The E3bs and Gs have it, too.

              11 at 426 may be modal for some other haplogroups, as well (like J2).

              And it's only one off the R1b modal of 12.
              Last edited by Stevo; 12 September 2006, 07:16 AM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by scotdna
                George... have you identified a region or heritage for r1b with 426/11?
                I'm e7h7v at ysearch if you care to check more markers.

                The I's have it.

                Scot
                No region I know of Scott, there aren't many R1b's with Dys426=11. My family was in Holland all the way to 1000 A.D. Before that not 100% but most likley still in the lowlands. It is most likely just a fluke that happened and it was passed down. Possibly from giant Huns
                Last edited by GvdM; 12 September 2006, 09:22 AM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by GvdM
                  Possibly from giant Huns
                  Were those the Huns that ate La Tene Celts for breakfast, washed them down with the blood of Cimbri-Charudes-Cimmerians, and picked their teeth with the bones of Danish Vikings?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Stevo
                    Were those the Huns that ate La Tene Celts for breakfast, washed them down with the blood of Cimbri-Charudes-Cimmerians, and picked their teeth with the bones of Danish Vikings?

                    That would be the guys

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