JAMES LEE WEAVER’S DNA TEST RESULTS

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 Understanding matches with different surnames.

Understanding genetic distance.

Understanding the FTDNATiP ™

GEDCOM Available 

 

12 Marker Y-DNA (86)

Exact Matches

Name

E-mail

Albert Lester Dority**            aldority@sbcglobal.net

Mr. Alan Dale Smidt               alan@nuggettycottage.com.au

John Y. Stevens (Y37)            john@prodicus.com

Mr. Toussaint TROJANI         toussaint.trojani@wanadoo.fr

Mr. RODGER HERRICK PYRAH     rodger.pyrah@herrickinternational.net

Mr. Dean Eugene McCann      susansgm@saber.net

Mr. Emmanuel de Landtsheer, Jr.        sabeci@pandora.be

Mr. John Philip Enterline        enterjohn@aol.com

Jody Wayne Weaver               jwweaver@ev1.net     Run FTDNATiP Comparison   

Mr. James Franklin Shryock    spartanjames@yahoo.com

Willie Ray Short                     wshort@flash.net

Mr. Damian Arthur Fairbanks dafairbanks@msn.com

William Michael McCoy        wmccoyjr@aol.com

Jose Tomas Mulleady (Y25)   tmullead@bellsouth.net

Steve Chance (Y37)                c_weathers@mindspring.com        View GEDCOM 

Akiva A. Serrano (Y37)          traceyserrano@sbcglobal.net

Mel Laverne Osment               osment@peoplepc.com

Oakley Marion Frost (Y25)    betsyvenice@comcast.net

Dr. James Gordon Arnold       jarnold350@gmail.com

Mr. George M. Wilson            gmwilson12@insightbb.com

Timothy D. Mumford               mumford@cayuga-cc.edu

Ernest Carroll Marsh (Y25)    ernie@ecmarsh.com

Peter Timothy Marsh (Y25)    sm2328@columbia.edu

Mr. Paul E Pratt1`                   ppratt4934@aol.com

James R. Potts (Y37)              potts@cox.net

Justin John Maresh                  persimmons@operamail.com

Wayne John Straight (Y25)     woichi01@comcast.net

Mr. John Graham Harrison      harrisg@telus.net

Dr. Ernest Loyd Corp              corpernie@msn.com

John Lyman Dyer                     jld.rpb@alumni.rwu.edu

Troy Stephen James (Y25)      tiago1@sbcglobal.net

John Lamar Mills (Y37)          JLMILLS266@aol.com

David Franklin Thompson (Y37)        dfthompson@bellsouth.net

        

Mr. Bruce Bernard Frey          freyrph@msn.com

Mr. Roger Allen Davis           rogman700@yahoo.com

Dr. Robert Lowell Jones         sawback@bellsouth.net

Stephen West (Y25)                swest9651@cox.net

Mr. Alan Gene Fuss (Y37)      jrf5188@hotmail.com

Dr. Michael A. Biferno           Biferno@aol.com

. M Raine (Y37)                      gengame@comcast.net

Mr. David Humphreys pcbman@ix.netcom.com

Mr. MICHAEL IAN PENDLEBURY  USERM1778@AOL.COM

Mr. Roger Keith Wyatt, Sr. (Y37)       rkwyatt@hotmail.com

Mr. James Gillespie Wilkins, Esq.     wilkinsjg@cox.net

Mr. James Everett Coffman (Y25)      james@coffmanonline.com

Mr. David Edward Robinette  derobinette@earthlink.net      

Thomas Clinton Hunt (Y37)    rlamson@conknet.com

Mr. Darrell Dean Horton        Stink4@aol.com

Steven None Serda (Y37)       dennaserda@aol.com         View GEDCOM 

Mr. John Wesley Beck, III       johnbeckiii@comcast.net

Mr. William Arnold Lee         billlee@interbaun.com

Mr. David M. Demorest (Y37)           catscradle451-retail@yahoo.com

Robert Herschel Deming         bevandbob@comcast.net

Kurt Alonzo Willis (Y37)       renorph@verizon.net

Mr. Gary Eugene Strait           garystrait@earthlink.net

Mr. David George Langfield   langfieldwelding@aol.com

Mr. William Michael Reble, Jr.          beowulf9130@aol.com

Lawrence Alfred Wyatt, Jr. (Y37)      wyattearp@satx.rr.com

Mr. Vaughn Thomas Clark, Sr.            bondvvtc@yahoo.com

Mr. Joseph Gene Brandtner     jgb9@hotmail.com

Mr. Kenneth Richard Hinkle (Y25)     jaykay@siscom.net

W. H. Bradford (Y25)             wdbradford@mindspring.com

James Anderson Parker           andyparker84@hotmail.com

Lucas William Robison (Y25)            johnrobison@optushome.com.au

James William Patrick (Y25)  tambaymar@aol.com          View GEDCOM 

William Ralph Thompson (Y37)         alancheath@hotmail.com       View GEDCOM 

Carol Ann Crowe (Y37)         carolvivier@comcast.net

Dr. David L. Boucher (Y37)   dlb613@charter.net

Mr. Ray Gene Mills (Y37)      PATRAY71@aol.com

Jack Robinette (Y25)              edie.robinette@sbcglobal.net

James Anderson Perkins (deceased 8.-26-2004) (Y37)          groupsxp@canoemail.com

Tex Willis Moore (Y25)         darleenjm@nwinfo.net

Dennis Del Crow                    dennis@denniscrow.com

George Lamar Weaver (Y37) gweaver@cgemc.com Run FTDNATiP Comparison  View GEDCOM 

Rev. James Lee Crowe (Y37) jlcrowe@c2i2.com

Darrell Wayne Potter (Y25)    DPotter12@cox.net

James Bradford Parker (Y25) dwest3@utk.edu

Jack Leon Baldwin (Y25)       jlb900@aol.com

James                                      Not Available

Arthur Roy Crump (Y25)        khey25804@hotmail.com

John Sr... Douglas Stevens (Y25)       JDSTEVENS1@aol.com

Harold Mills (Y37)                 cmleiker@msn.com

Dennis West (Y37)                 dwest3@utk.edu                 View GEDCOM 

Ray McGuire (Y25)                Not Available

        

 Genetic Distance - 1

Name

E-mail

David Paul Weaver (Y37)      Weaver3943@bellsouth.net    Run FTDNATiP Comparison   

James Richard Weaver           dweaver@burns-wilcox.com  Run FTDNATiP Comparison   

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Recent Ancestral Origins

Welcome to the database of RECENT ANCESTRAL ORIGINS (RAO). The results below show the ancestral origin of those you match or nearly match in the RAO. The ancestral origin information is provided by each testee, and is only as accurate as the testee's knowledge. Testees are instructed to answer "Unknown Origin" when their ancestor's origin is uncertain or not known.
Incorrect origins provided by testees may lead to search results that do not seem logical. for example: Assume your ancestors are from England, but your search results show the ancestral origin of your matches as England, France, AND one match shows an origin of Native American. Does that mean that your ancestors relatives may have lived in England and France? Yes. Does it mean that your ancestor was also a Native American? No. This means that a settler in America had a child with a Native American woman, the child was brought up as a Native American, and that, over time, the family has "forgotten" the European ancestor, and believe their ancestry to be Native American.
Over the span of generations people tend to move, as do borders, so nationality or ethnicticity becomes subjective. for example, testees may enter Germany for ancestral origin, because the land of their ancestors is Germany today, but the land could have been held by Denmark for many centuries.
To see how your ancestral origin is recorded in our database, click on the link above entitled Update Contact Information. You may also update your paternal and maternal ancestral origin on the Update Contact Information page.
Exact matches show people who are the closest to you genetically. The Ancestral origin shows where they have reported to have lived. Since many persons migrated over the past few centuries, you will typically see matches in more than one country.
For information purposes, the Recent Ancestral Origin search also displays results for those who are near matches. A near match is either one step or two steps from your result. An exact match is 12/12 or 25/25. A one step match is 11/12 or 24/25 and the magnitude of the mismatch is 1. A two step match is 10/12 or 23/25 and the magnitude of both mismatches is 1, or it is 11/12 or 24/25 and the magnitude of the mismatch is 2. Near matches show where those who are distantly related to you have migrated over time.

 

12 Marker Y-DNA Matches

Exact Matches

Country (Number of Entries)   Comment         Your Matches

Belgium (126) -                       1

Bohemia (55)  -                       1

British Isles (441)-                  2

England (8415)-                      36

France (1004) -                       3

Germany (3736)          -           12

Great Britain (563)     -           2

Hungary (301) -                       1

Ireland (4391) -                       2

Italy (867)       -                       1

Netherlands (449)       -           1

Poland (913)   -                       1

Polynesia (97) European admixture    1

Scandinavia (16)         -           1

Scotland (3576)          -           6

Sweden (514)  -                       1

Switzerland (447)       -           2

United Kingdom (2865)-         8

                       

One Step Mutations

Country (Number of Entries)   Comment         Your Matches

Africa (258)    -                       3

Austria (163)   -                       4

Austria-Hungary (124)-           1

Azores (31)     -                       1

Azores (31)     Azores             1

Bahamas (12)  -                       1

Belarus (181)  Ashkenazi        1

Belgium (126) -                       3

Bohemia (55)  -                       1

British Isles (441)-                  22

Canada (48)    -                       1

Canary Islands (41)     -           1

Chile (19)        -                       2

Croatia (53)    -                       1

Czech Republic (94)   -           1

Czechoslovakia (103) -           1

Denmark (263)            -           9

England (8415)           -           311

England (8415) Anglo-Celt     1

Estonia (19)    -                       1

France (1004) -                       25

Germany (3736)          -           113

Germany (3736) Alsace          1

Great Britain (563)     -           20

Greece (235)   -                       1

Holland (85)   -                       1

Iceland (126)   -                       1

India (699)      -                       1

Ireland (4391) -                       135

Ireland (4391) County Clare   1

Israel (91)       -                       1

Italy (867)       -                       9

Italy (867)       Sicily               1

Lithuania (306)            -           2

Mexico (306)  -                       1

Morocco (15)  -                       1

Netherlands (449)       -           13

Northern Ireland (178)-           5

Norway (387) -                       1

Poland (913)   -                       5

Portugal (200) -                       6

Prussia (122)   -                       3

Puerto Rico (113)       -           3

Romania (201)            -           1

Russia (1651)  -                       1

Scotland (3576)          -           76

Shetland (137) -                       8

Sicily (101)     -                       1

Slovakia (176)            -                       6

South Africa (81)        -           2

Spain (890)     -                       13

Spain (890)     Galicia                        1

Sweden (514)  -                       3

Switzerland (447)       -           26

United Kingdom (2865)-         95

United States (557)     -           6

Wales (664)    -                       17

                       

Two Step Mutations

Country (Number of Entries)   Comment         Your Matches

Africa (258)    -                       4

Armenia (26)   -                       2

Australia (111)            -           5

Austria (163)   -                       7

Austria-Hungary (124)-           1

Azores (31)     -                       2

Belgium (126) -                       14

Bohemia (55)  -                       2

British Isles (441)       -           45

Cameroon (167)          -           1

Canada (48)    -                       5

Canary Islands (41)     -           1

Chile (19)        -                       2

Colombia (49) -                       1

Croatia (53)    -                       1

Cuba (54)        -                       4

Czech Republic (94)   -           1

Czechoslovakia (103) -           4

Denmark (263)            -           16

Denmark (263) German           1

Dominican Republic (13)-      1

Dutch Antilles (3)       -           1

El Salvador (5)           -           1

England (8415)           -           882

England (8415 Anglo-Celt      1

England (8415) Cornwall       1

England (8415) Isle of Man    2

England (8415) Yorkshire       1

France (1004) -                       83

France (1004) Keskastel         2

Galicia (26)    -                       2

Germany (3736)          -           299

Germany (3736) Alsace          1

Germany (3736) Ashkenazi     1

Germany (3736) Eifel District            1

Great Britain (563)     -           66

Greece (235)   -                      2

Greenland (62) Inuit (European admixture)    1

Holland (85)   -                       4

Honduras (8)   -                       1

Hungary (301) -                       9

Iceland (126)   -                       8

India (699)      -                       1

Iran (85)          GILAK            1

Ireland (4391) -                       367

Ireland (4391) county antrim   1

Ireland (4391) Meath              1

Ireland (4391) Northern          2

Isle of Man (31)          -           1

Italy (867)       -                       33

Italy (867)       Sardinia           1

Italy (867)       Sicily               2

Italy (867)       Tuscany           1

Jamaica (33)   -                       1

Latvia (70)      -                       1

Lithuania (306)            -           2

Luxemburg (10)           -           2

Mexico (306)  -                       3

Native American (22) -           1

Netherlands (449)       -           55

Netherlands (449) Dutch -Mennonite  1

New Zealand (22)       -           2

Northern Ireland (178)-           13

Norway (387) -                       16

Poland (913)   -                       12

Polynesia (97) European admixture    1

Polynesia (97) Polynesian (European admixture)       2

Portugal (200) -                       15

Prussia (122)   -                       3

Puerto Rico (113)       -           3

Romania (201)            -           2

Russia (1651)  -                       5

Russia (1651)  Native Siberian           1

Saudi Arabia (32)       Arab    1

Scotland (3576)          -           373

Sephardi (6)    -                       1

Shetland (137) -                       23

Sicily (101)     -                       6

Slovakia (176)            -                       6

South Africa (81)        -           2

Spain (890)     -                       66

Spain (890)     Basque            1

Spain (890)     Sephardi          1

Sweden (514)  -                       17

Switzerland (447)       -           40

Ukraine (443)  -                       3

United Kingdom (2865)-         286

United Kingdom (2865) Ashkenazi     1

United States (557)     -           12

Vietnam (91)   -                       1

Wales (664)    -                       88

                       

25 Marker Y-DNA Matches

                       

One Step Mutations

Country (Number of Entries)   Comment         Your Matches

England (5467)           -           1

                       

3 Step Mutations

Country (Number of Entries)   Comment         Your Matches

England (5467)           -           1

Great Britain (299)     -           1

Ireland (2571) -                       1

Slovakia (79)  -                       1

Switzerland (201)       -           1

                       

37 Marker Y-DNA Matches

                       

One Step Mutations

Country (Number of Entries)   Comment         Your Matches

England (3012)           -           1

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Haplogroup

The predicted results below compare your Family Tree DNA Y-DNA STR test with the world-wide database of Dr. Hammer and customers who have had their SNP tested by us. The comparative Haplogroups shown below were confirmed by SNP (Single Nucleotide Polymorphism) tests at Dr. Hammer's lab, which uses the YCC nomenclature. Haplogroups represent fractures in the tree and are tied to deep ancestry (think 10,000 or 10's of 1000's of years) and are shown in the human Phylogenetic tree. Please note that countries in this database are listed by the place one came from or currently lives. The value therefore is that it tells researches about migratory patterns, and gives information about the age of the ‘group’ of people -- after all, everyone on the tree that isn’t in Haplogroup A and B have lived outside of Africa for at least 60,000 years - and the story is how you got where you live now.

"In studying the subject of DNA and human migration I had the opportunity to see the video and read the book: The Journey of Man by Spencer Wells. The video was very good, and the book was even better. In a word: Bravo! If you are interested in seeing or reading The Journey of Man follow the above links for your convenience, or visit or "Books" page".
Bennett Greenspan President & Founder, Family Tree DNA.

 

Haplogroup Test: your matches suggest that you belong to Haplogroup R1b1, therefore you qualify to order our deep clade test which focuses on all mutations shown on the next screen after you click on the "Continue for more information" button. Order your Y-DNA SNP test for Deep Sub-clades.

 

12 Marker Y-DNA Matches

 

Exact Matches

Haplogroup-Country-Comment-Count

R1b1-British Isles---1

R1b1-England---1

R1b1-Netherlands---1

R1b1-Polynesia-European admixture-1

R1b1-Unknown Origin---3

R1b1c-British Isles---1

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One Step Mutations

Haplogroup-Country-Comment-Count

R1b1-Austria---1

R1b1-Belarus-Ashkenazi-1

R1b1-British Isles---1

R1b1-Chile---1

R1b1-Denmark---2

R1b1-England---13

R1b1-England-Anglo-Celt-1

R1b1-France---2

R1b1-Germany---7

R1b1-Germany-Alsace-1

R1b1-Iceland---1

R1b1-Ireland---2

R1b1-Netherlands---1

R1b1-Northern Ireland---1

R1b1-Portugal---1

R1b1-Scotland---2

R1b1-Spain-Galicia-1

R1b1-Sweden---1

R1b1-Switzerland---4

R1b1-United Kingdom---5

R1b1-Unknown Origin---24

R1b1-Wales---2

R1b1c-England---1

R1b1c-Germany---1

R1b1c-Scotland---1

R1b1c-Unknown Origin---4

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Two Step Mutations

Haplogroup-Country-Comment-Count

R1b1-Belgium---1

R1b1-British Isles---2

R1b1-Canada---1

R1b1-Denmark---1

R1b1-Denmark-German-1

R1b1-England---37

R1b1-England-Isle of Man-2

R1b1-England-Anglo-Celt-1

R1b1-France---6

R1b1-Germany---10

R1b1-Germany-Eifel District-1

R1b1-Great Britain---5

R1b1-Greenland-Inuit (European admixture)-1

R1b1-Hungary---3

R1b1-Iceland---7

R1b1-Ireland---16

R1b1-Italy-Sicily-2

R1b1-Italy-Tuscany-1

R1b1-Italy---1

R1b1-Italy-Sardinia-1

R1b1-Northern Ireland---2

R1b1-Norway---2

R1b1-Poland---1

R1b1-Polynesia-Polynesian (European admixture)-2

R1b1-Polynesia-European admixture-1

R1b1-Portugal---1

R1b1-Russia---2

R1b1-Russia-Native Siberian-1

R1b1-Saudi Arabia-Arab-1

R1b1-Scotland---12

R1b1-Shetland---7

R1b1-Spain---3

R1b1-Spain-Basque-1

R1b1-Sweden---1

R1b1-United Kingdom---13

R1b1-Unknown Origin---80

R1b1-Wales---2

R1b1c-British Isles---2

R1b1c-England---6

R1b1c-Germany---7

R1b1c-Ireland---2

R1b1c-Spain---1

R1b1c-Sweden---1

R1b1c-Switzerland---1

R1b1c-United Kingdom---2

R1b1c-Unknown Origin---9

R1b1c-Wales---1

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3 Step Mutations

Haplogroup-Country-Comment-Count

R1-Germany---1

R1b-England---1

R1b1-Austria---1

R1b1-British Isles---1

R1b1-Cameroon-Mandara-1

R1b1-Canary Islands---1

R1b1-China-Uygur (Central Asian origin)-2

R1b1-Czech Republic---1

R1b1-Denmark---6

R1b1-Denmark-Ashkenazi-1

R1b1-England---58

R1b1-England-Isle of Man-5

R1b1-England-Anglo-Celt-1

R1b1-England-Cornwall-1

R1b1-France---12

R1b1-Germany---24

R1b1-Great Britain---3

R1b1-Greece---1

R1b1-Greenland-Inuit (European admixture)-1

R1b1-Iceland---10

R1b1-India---1

R1b1-Indonesia-Indonesian (European admixture)-1

R1b1-Ireland---28

R1b1-Italy---3

R1b1-Japan-Japanese (European admixture)-1

R1b1-Lithuania-Ashkenazi-1

R1b1-Netherlands---2

R1b1-Northern Ireland---2

R1b1-Norway---7

R1b1-Poland---4

R1b1-Polynesia-European admixture-3

R1b1-Polynesia-Polynesian (European admixture)-2

R1b1-Portugal---6

R1b1-Romania---1

R1b1-Russia-Native Siberian-7

R1b1-Russia---2

R1b1-Russia-Ashkenazi-1

R1b1-Scotland---29

R1b1-Shetland---4

R1b1-Spain---7

R1b1-Spain-Catalunya-1

R1b1-Sweden---6

R1b1-Switzerland---3

R1b1-Ukraine---1

R1b1-Ukraine-Ashkenazi-1

R1b1-United Kingdom---11

R1b1-Unknown Origin---122

R1b1-Unknown Origin-Ashkenazi-1

R1b1-Wales---8

R1b1c-British Isles---1

R1b1c-England---18

R1b1c-Germany---1

R1b1c-Great Britain---2

R1b1c-Ireland---7

R1b1c-Italy---1

R1b1c-Mexico---1

R1b1c-Netherlands---1

R1b1c-Northern Ireland---1

R1b1c-Norway---1

R1b1c-Romania---1

R1b1c-Spain---1

R1b1c-Sweden-Wermelia,-1

R1b1c-Switzerland---1

R1b1c-United Kingdom---4

R1b1c-Unknown Origin---20

R1b1c6-United Kingdom---1

R1b1c6-Unknown Origin---1

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4 Step Mutations

Haplogroup-Country-Comment-Count

N-China-Han-1

R1b1-Austria---6

R1b1-Belarus-Ashkenazi-1

R1b1-British Isles---4

R1b1-Cameroon-Tupuri-2

R1b1-Cameroon---1

R1b1-Cameroon-Mandara-1

R1b1-Cameroon-Podokwo-1

R1b1-Canary Islands---1

R1b1-Chile---1

R1b1-China-Chinese Muslim (Central Asian Descent)-1

R1b1-Denmark---5

R1b1-England---54

R1b1-England-Anglo-Celt-3

R1b1-England-Isle of Man-3

R1b1-Finland---3

R1b1-France---16

R1b1-Germany---17

R1b1-Great Britain---2

R1b1-Greece---2

R1b1-Greece-Peloponissos-1

R1b1-Greenland-Inuit (European admixture)-3

R1b1-Hungary---3

R1b1-Iceland---13

R1b1-Indonesia-Indonesian (European admixture)-1

R1b1-Ireland---39

R1b1-Isle of Man---1

R1b1-Italy---5

R1b1-Italy-Apulia-2

R1b1-Italy-Sardinia-2

R1b1-Italy-Emilia-1

R1b1-Lithuania---1

R1b1-Lithuania-Ashkenazi-1

R1b1-Micronesia-Micronesian (European admixture)-1

R1b1-Netherlands---5

R1b1-Netherlands-Ashkenazi-Levite-1

R1b1-New Zealand---1

R1b1-Norway---5

R1b1-Philippines-Philippinos (European admixture)-1

R1b1-Poland---3

R1b1-Polynesia-Polynesian (European admixture)-4

R1b1-Portugal---4

R1b1-Prussia---1

R1b1-Puerto Rico---1

R1b1-Romania---2

R1b1-Russia-Native Siberian-9

R1b1-Russia---3

R1b1-Russia-Ashkenazi-1

R1b1-Scotland---33

R1b1-Shetland---9

R1b1-Slovakia---2

R1b1-Slovenia---1

R1b1-Spain---9

R1b1-Spain-Andalusia-3

R1b1-Spain-Basque-1

R1b1-Switzerland---4

R1b1-United Kingdom---20

R1b1-Unknown Origin---161

R1b1-Uzbekistan---1

R1b1-Wales---9

R1b1c-Azores---1

R1b1c-British Isles---1

R1b1c-British Isles-Cornwall-1

R1b1c-Canary Islands---1

R1b1c-England---14

R1b1c-France---1

R1b1c-Germany---3

R1b1c-Ireland---6

R1b1c-Italy---2

R1b1c-Scotland---4

R1b1c-Scotland-Orkney Islands-1

R1b1c-Spain---1

R1b1c-United Kingdom---1

R1b1c-Unknown Origin---14

R1b1c-Wales---1

R1b1c7-Ireland---1

R1b1c7-Unknown Origin---1

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FTDNA Haplogroup

Haplogroup-Tests

R1b1--

Your Haplogroup has not been determined by a specific test. Use the Haplogroup link on the left to find out about it, and if we were able to predict it.

FTDNA DYS markers

We provide the actual scientific Allele values and DYS #'s for your results unless the markers were discovered at the University of Arizona and do not have a publication schedule. When that situation occurs we provide your results in "scores" to allow us to use the marker without compromising the discoverer until publication dates have been established.

We are pleased to report your results below:
Understanding your results.

 

Locus-DYS#-Alleles-

1-393-13-

2-390-23-

3-19*-14-

4-391-11-

5-385a-11-

6-385b-14-

7-426-12-

8-388-12-

9-439-13-

10-389-1-13-

11-392-13-

12-389-2-29-

13-458-18-

14-459a-9-

15-459b-9-

16-455-11-

17-454-11-

18-447-24-

19-437-14-

20-448-19-

21-449-28-

22-464a**-15-

23-464b**-15-

24-464c**-17-

25-464d**-18-

26-460-11-

27-GATA H4-10-

28-YCA II a-19-

29-YCA II b-23-

30-456-16-

31-607-15-

32-576-16-

33-570-17-

34-CDY a-38-

35-CDY b-38-

36-442-13-

37-438-12-

 

*Also known as DYS 394

**On 5/19/2003, these values were adjusted down by 1 point because of a change in Lab nomenclature.

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Match mtDNA results to other Family Tree DNA customers


GEDCOM Available 

If you match someone who has signed a Release Form their name(s) and email addresses are shown below. Because this page refers to you, your name and email will not show up here, just people you match. If the same email address appears multiple times then the people listed are members of a group study which has chosen to make the group administrator a single point of contact. Recent matches are at the top of the list. (** indicates additions since your last login.) Only people who sent us signed release forms are eligible to be listed here.

 

Additional possibilities for searching matches:
While our database is not open to the wide public for privacy reasons, Family Tree DNA has created MitoSearch.org as a free public service so that people who have tested with the different companies can compare their results. You will be able to determine what portion of your personal information you want to disclose. Please note that a new user ID will be created for you and you will be asked to choose a new password. This new set of ID/Password is exclusive for MitoSearch.org. You will aso be given the opportunity to upload your GEDCOM if you have one.
Click here to upload to MitoSearch.org
*if you have records at Ysearch.org or MitoSearch.org, your ID/Password is the same for both.

 

Low Resolution (HVR1) Matches (4)

Name-E-mail-  

Margaret James Carter-mcarter3304@aol.com-

Preston Booth-twinteam@san.rr.com-

Jane Loriel Mercer Johnson Bernhardt-elizzzabeth2000@hotmail.com-

Margaret Elizabeth Quintana-margaret@quintana.as-

 

No high resolution (HVR1+HVR2) matches were found.

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mtDNA Recent Ancestral Origins

 

Welcome to the mtDNA RECENT ANCESTRAL ORIGINS (RAO) database! The results below show the ancestral origin of those you match or nearly match in the RAO database. The ancestral origin information is provided by each tester, and represents a list of places and ethnicities in which other people with the same or similar results can be found. Since the entries are made by the testers, some entries may not accurately reflect the tester’s actual origins.
Over the span of generations people and borders tend to move, so a person’s nationality or ethnicity becomes subjective. For example, testers may enter Germany for ancestral origin, because the land of their ancestors is Germany today, but the land could have been held by Denmark for many centuries. For information purposes, the Recent Ancestral Origins search also displays results that are matches from both the research database and the database of individuals who have tested with Family Tree DNA. Since those entries from the research database typically include base pairs 16001 to 16400, while our tests include the full spectrum of HVR-1 which is 16001 to 16569, both near and exact matches are listed below.
To see how your ancestral origin is recorded in our database or change this information, click on the link above entitled “Update Contact Information.”

Additional Information on Deeper Ancestry
A recent mtDNA paper now allows us to break down Haplogroup H into 11 major sub branches plus 12 further sub-branches (see link).  As several of these sub-branches have been shown to be geographically specific, we recommend the refinement in case you are interested in this additional information on your deeper ancestry.

Click here to order

 

Low Resolution Matches (HVR1)

Haplogroup-Country-Comment-Count

H-England---1

H-Germany---1

H-Scotland---1

H-United Kingdom---2

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High Resolution Matches (HVR1+HVR2)

Haplogroup-Country-Comment-Count

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mtDNA Results

 

Your Haplogroup and mutations relative to the Cambridge Reference Sequence (CRS) are shown below. A value of CRS indicates no mutations. High resolution (HVR2) results are shown only if you have requested the mtDNAPlus or mtDNA Refine test. If you ordered a Mega mtDNA the Coding Region (CR) will be displayed below.
Understanding your results.

As you go through your mtDNA results, we strongly encourage you to read the mtDNA Results Tutorial that we have put together in the form of frequently asked questions about mtDNA results.

HVR1 Haplogroup-H

HVR1 differences

from CRS-16297C

 -16519C

 -  See Haplogroup Description below

 -Additional Information on Deeper Ancestry
A recent mtDNA paper now allows us to break down Haplogroup H into 11 major sub branches plus 12 further sub-branches (see link).  As several of these sub-branches have been shown to be geographically specific, we recommend the refinement in case you are interested in this additional information on your deeper ancestry.

Click here to order

Copy and paste this table only to Excel or Word. You may need to adjust column widths in Excel after the paste operation.

Haplogroup Description

H  Specific mitochondrial haplogroups are typically found in different regions of the world, and this is due to unique population histories. In the process of spreading around the world, many populations—with their special mitochondrial haplogroups—became isolated, and specific haplogroups concentrated in geographic regions. Today, we have identified certain haplogroups that originated in Africa, Europe, Asia, the islands of the Pacific, the Americas, and even particular ethnic groups. Of course, haplogroups that are specific to one region are sometimes found in another, but this is due to recent migration.
Mitochondrial haplogroup H is a predominantly European haplogroup that participated in a population expansion beginning approximately 20,000 years ago. Today, about 30% of all mitochondrial lineages in Europe are classified as haplogroup H. It is rather uniformly distributed throughout Europe suggesting a major role in the peopling of Europe, and descendant lineages of the original haplogroup H appear in the Near East as a result of migration. Future work will better resolve the distribution and historical characteristics of this haplogroup.

Copyright 2003 Genealogy by Genetics, Ltd.
USAGE POLICY: Use of the above Haplogroup description requires written permission from Genealogy by Genetics.

Cambridge Reference Sequence

The mitochondrion sequenced in 1981 became known as the Cambridge Reference Sequence (CRS) and has been used as a basis for comparison with your mtDNA. In other words, any place in your mtDNA where you have a difference from the CRS, is characterized as a mutation. if your results show no mutations at all, it means that your mtDNA matches the CRS. A mutation happens a) when a base replaces another base - for example a C (Cytosine) replaces an A (Adenine), b) when a base is no longer in that position and c) when a new base is inserted between the other bases without replacing any other. Those mutations are represented below according to the following color code:

a) Mutation at position: RED       b) Mutation Deleted: Strike       c) Mutation Inserted: Green

 

As a way to make it possible to display all the positions that are included in your test, please note that when you see "ATTCTAATTT" under 16010, it actually means that 16001 has an A (Adenine), 16002 has a T (Thymine), 16003 has a T (Thymine), 16004 has a C (Cytosine) and so on... Therefore, if your table of mutations above would show "192A" it means that you should see the 3rd "C" under 16192 replaced by a "A".

 

HVR1 Reference Sequence (Starts At: 16001)

16010

16020

16030

16040

16050

16060

16070

16080

ATTCTAATTT

AAACTATTCT

CTGTTCTTTC

ATGGGGAAGC

AGATTTGGGT

ACCACCCAAG

TATTGACTCA

CCCATCAACA

 

16090

16100

16110

16120

16130

16140

16150

16160

 

ACCGCTATGT

ATTTCGTACA

TTACTGCCAG

CCACCATGAA

TATTGTACGG

TACCATAAAT

ACTTGACCAC

CTGTAGTACA

 

16170

16180

16190

16200

16210

16220

16230

16240

 

TAAAAACCCA

ATCCACATCA

AAACCCCCTC

CCCATGCTTA

CAAGCAAGTA

CAGCAATCAA

CCCTCAACTA

TCACACATCA

 

16250

16260

16270

16280

16290

16300

16310

16320

 

ACTGCAACTC

CAAAGCCACC

CCTCACCCAC

TAGGATACCA

ACAAACCTAC

CCACCCTTAA

CAGTACATAG

TACATAAAGC

 

16330

16340

16350

16360

16370

16380

16390

16400

 

CATTTACCGT

ACATAGCACA

TTACAGTCAA

ATCCCTTCTC

GTCCCCATGG

ATGACCCCCC

TCAGATAGGG

GTCCCTTGAC

 

16410

16420

16430

16440

16450

16460

16470

16480

 

CACCATCCTC

CGTGAAATCA

ATATCCCGCA

CAAGAGTGCT

ACTCTCCTCG

CTCCGGGCCC

ATAACACTTG

GGGGTAGCTA

 

16490

16500

16510

16520

16530

16540

16550

16560

 

AAGTGAACTG

TATCCGACAT

CTGGTTCCTA

CTTCAGGGTC

ATAAAGCCTA

AATAGCCCAC

ACGTTCCCCT

TAAATAAGAC

 

16569

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATCACGATG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HVR2 Reference Sequence (Starts At: 1)

 

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

 

GATCACAGGT

CTATCACCCT

ATTAACCACT

CACGGGAGCT

CTCCATGCAT

TTGGTATTTT

CGTCTGGGGG

GTATGCACGC

 

90

100

110

120

130

140

150

160

 

GATAGCATTG

CGAGACGCTG

GAGCCGGAGC

ACCCTATGTC

GCAGTATCTG

TCTTTGATTC

CTGCCTCATC

CTATTATTTA

 

170

180

190

200

210

220

230

240

 

TCGCACCTAC

GTTCAATATT

ACAGGCGAAC

ATACTTACTA

AAGTGTGTTA

ATTAATTAAT

GCTTGTAGGA

CATAATAATA

 

250

260

270

280

290

300

310

320

 

ACAATTGAAT

GTCTGCACAG

CCACTTTCCA

CACAGACATC

ATAACAAAAA

ATTTCCACCA

AACCCCCCCT

CCCCCGCTTC

 

330

340

350

360

370

380

390

400

 

TGGCCACAGC

ACTTAAACAC

ATCTCTGCCA

AACCCCAAAA

ACAAAGAACC

CTAACACCAG

CCTAACCAGA

TTTCAAATTT

 

410

420

430

440

450

460

470

480

 

TATCTTTTGG

CGGTATGCAC

TTTTAACAGT

CACCCCCCAA

CTAACACATT

ATTTTCCCCT

CCCACTCCCA

TACTACTAAT

 

490

500

510

520

530

540

550

560

 

CTCATCAATA

CAACCCCCGC

CCATCCTACC

CAGCACACAC

ACACCGCTGC

TAACCCCATA

CCCCGAACCA

ACCAAACCCC

 

570

580

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AAAGACACCC

CCCA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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