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    Hello I made the Y-37 DNA Test.

    And I am R1b1b2. This is (R-M269). I don't have access anymore to the familytree database trough my Kit from 2010. The data are lost. I only have my results on a paper sheet.

    I used the free database ysearch.org, but I get only 4 matches 24/37. In general I think the database is quite bad...

    Can somebody help me to use my data to find out if I have jew roots ?
    If yes, I can publish my results here....

    I would be very thankful!

  • #2
    Originally posted by Bepunkt View Post
    Hello I made the Y-37 DNA Test.

    And I am R1b1b2. This is (R-M269). I don't have access anymore to the familytree database trough my Kit from 2010. The data are lost. I only have my results on a paper sheet.

    I used the free database ysearch.org, but I get only 4 matches 24/37. In general I think the database is quite bad...

    Can somebody help me to use my data to find out if I have jew roots ?
    If yes, I can publish my results here....

    I would be very thankful!
    Do these paper results have your kit number anywhere? You can contact FTDNA if you know your kit number and perhaps reclaim your password to your kit account?

    R-M269 is a very broad haplogroup and with no real specification as to which subclade you belong it will limit your worthwhile matches. Ysearch hasn't really been maintained for a long time and is no longer supported by FTDNA if I recall correctly.

    I'm not sure whether any R-M269 clades are associated with Jewish populations, though someone may be more knowledgeable on this subject.

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    • #3
      When you say you don't have access any more to the FTDNA database through your kit, what do you mean? Do you still have the kit number and password to log in? If you can log in, and click on any of the button links in the Y-DNA section (such as: Matches, Y-STR Results, Ancestral Origins, etc.), does any information show?

      If you mean that you cannot see your matches, you may have to check your account settings. Once you log in, you will be on your Dashboard page. In the left column, click on the orange link for "Manage Personal Information," and then on your Account Settings page, select "Match and Email Settings." Under "Y-DNA Matches and Email Notifications," make sure "Yes" is selected for all the categories that you wish. Then, go back to your Y-DNA match list and see if your matches are now visible.

      R1b1b2 is the long form name for R-M343. This is a branch under R-M269. You can read a bit about it at Eupedia's page for Haplogroup R1b, where it says:
      The oldest forms of R1b (M343, P25, L389) are found dispersed at very low frequencies from Western Europe to India, a vast region where could have roamed the nomadic R1b hunter-gatherers during the Ice Age. The three main branches of R1b1 (R1b1a, R1b1b, R1b1c) all seem to have stemmed from the Middle East. The southern branch, R1b1c (V88), is found mostly in the Levant and Africa. The northern branch, R1b1a (P297), seems to have originated around the Caucasus, eastern Anatolia or northern Mesopotamia, then to have crossed over the Caucasus, from where they would have invaded Europe and Central Asia. R1b1b (M335) has only been found in Anatolia.
      You would probably need to do further Y-DNA testing (SNP type) to know if your Y-DNA is associated with any Jewish populations. Have you joined any projects at FTDNA? There are some projects for R1b that include M343 in their descriptions. Perhaps one could be helpful to advise you if further tests would help answer your questions (the "R _R1b ALL Subclades Project" looks like it might be good for you). Someone else may post with better advice.

      Have you done a Family Finder test? If so, do any, or many, of your matches indicate Jewish ancestry?
      Last edited by KATM; 23rd September 2017, 12:23 PM.

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      • #4
        Bepunkt, since you also posted in a thread in another subforum about your mtDNA results in relation to Jewish ancestry, keep in mind that either your mtDNA or your Y-DNA haplogroups only represent two lines of your ancestry: the direct maternal and direct paternal lines. These can go back many thousands of years. Any Jewish ancestor in those two lines could be from very far back, a vast number of generations.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bepunkt View Post
          Hello I made the Y-37 DNA Test.

          And I am R1b1b2. This is (R-M269). I don't have access anymore to the familytree database trough my Kit from 2010. The data are lost. I only have my results on a paper sheet.
          If you tested at FTDNA in 2010 they still have your results. All you need to do is access your account. Contact FTDNA (calling is best) with the name on the kit and the email address included in the kit contact information and they'll be able to help you access your kit.

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