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  • Any other R1b1c6 folks out there?

    Just curious if they're any R1b1c6 folks in the forums... :-)

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    Hi Arch,

    I'm one....ySearch 6CYXC. The Yeoman surname is seen in Cornwall, what is your geographical orgin so far?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Arch Yeomans
      Just curious if they're any R1b1c6 folks in the forums... :-)
      Arch, check out www.dna-forums.org/ Click on the R Haplogroup page and post a comment. Lots of informed people on that forum. And, they welcome newcomers.

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      • #4
        Hi Arch,

        I haven't been tested to R1b1c6 status yet by FTDNA. But I have three exact matches with R1b1c6. I am from Sicily. I come from two Norman ruled towns - Randazzo and St. Stefano of Camastra. I found that we (R1b1c6) have up to 5% to 6% exact matches in Wales and France/Normandy (English Channel). There is a good chance we were Normans in the last thousand years.

        Cheers,
        John

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        • #5
          R1b1c6 populations

          R1b1c6 could be from the Norman, Angevin, Aragonese, Norse, Longobards, Lombards, Anglo Saxon or Spanish populations that made it to Sicily. 6% Exact Matches off The English Channel (UK/France).

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          • #6
            Originally posted by john raciti
            R1b1c6 could be from the Norman, Angevin, Aragonese, Norse, Longobards, Lombards, Anglo Saxon or Spanish populations that made it to Sicily. 6% Exact Matches off The English Channel (UK/France).
            The highest frequency of R1b1c6 is found in the Basque region, it originated the Iberian Peninsula. Haplotypes don't always correllate to haplogroups.

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