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  • R1b2a1a1a1b1

    I saw this haplogroup, R1b2a1a1a1b1, on a surname project. It may be obsolete, but does anyone know what this specifically indicates? I tried Googling it but nothing comes up. The people grouped under this heading are all R-M269.

  • #2
    It can depend on what year that haplogroup was mentioned. It is one of the downsides of that old haplogroup naming scheme. Though I just tried looking like you did and found nothing. Maybe the project admin made a typo or was working off a draft tree that was later altered shortly there after. Have you tried asking that admin? Maybe they can switch to the current naming scheme of using a SNP like R-M269.

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    • #3
      According to Google, R1b2 and its branches was a designation used by FTDNA, and only FTDNA!, sometime in 2014.

      Mr. W

      P.S.
      Oldtimers might remember. Did you try to get in touch with the project administrator(s)?

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